BBC Radio Scotland joins BBC Radio 5 live.
Des Clarke is joined by Karen Dunbar, Jay Lafferty, Stuart Mitchell and Alex Bell
Gary West looks ahead to the Piping Live! festival in Glasgow.
My Generation: The 60s
Roddy Hart presents highlights show
Two hours of classic songs from Ricky's Country Jukebox chosen by favourite artists.
Mark Stephen visits the Samye Ling Tibetan monastery in Dumfries and Galloway.
Cathy talks to Ziauddin Sardar, author and chair of the Muslim Institute.
Audio and video highlights from recent BBC Radio Scotland programmes.
Stephanie Inglis speaks about her recovery from a motorcycle accident in Vietnam
Gerry Marsden shares his experiences of the 1960s with The Pacemakers
Fashion historian Jade Halbert on 60s fashion in Scotland.
Members of the Palestinian Youth Orchestra join Jamie in the studio ahead of a UK tour.
Actress Maureen Beattie chooses her opening speech from Twelfth Night.
Richmond Fontaine perform live for Another Country with Ricky Ross
Vic Galloway has a session from Jacob Yates and the Pearly Gate Lock Pickers.
Des Clarke is joined by Karen Dunbar, Stuart Mitchell, Jay Lafferty and Alex Bell.
Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan with the most petty and ill-informed football show on radio!
Songwriters Owen Parker and Richard Melvin ask if the Brill Building is still relevant.
Richard Gordon, Willie Miller & Stuart Duff review Aberdeen's 1-1 draw against Maribor.
Robbie Shepherd continues to celebrate 35 years as presenter of Take the Floor.
Join Mark Stephen and Claire White for outdoor news and views from Scotland and beyond.
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Dr Tom Smith hosts a weekly surgery, answering your medical queries.