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Prime Suspect 1973, plus Book Group with Louise Welsh and Adura Onashile
Stephen Duffy presents the latest new releases from Scotland and beyond.
Edi Stark talks to award-winning singer-songwriter Karine Polwart.
MPs question the Scottish secretary and his ministerial team live from Westminster.
Timothy B Schmit plays songs from his new solo album, plus a classic Eagles track.
Pennie Latin learns about soundscape ecology - the study of nature's sounds.
Edi Stark sits in for Janice and discusses variety with Elaine C Smith and Allan Stewart.
Gillian Russell explores what can be learned from a period of abstinence.
Simon Evans, Clare Johnston, Raymond Mearns and Elaine Malcolmson join Des Clarke
Audio and video highlights from recent BBC Radio Scotland programmes.
Scottish artist and playwright John Byrne shares his views on life and art as a whole.
Geoff explains why there will be a T shaped hole in the Scottish Summer
ISLE perform live for Vic Galloway
Composer and harpist Ailie Robertson chooses an intriguing My Music
Cathy talks to Dr Catherine Calderwood, chief medical officer for Scotland.
Ruby Wax gives advice on how to de-frazzle modern lives
Mark goes for a walk around Edinburgh's New Town with tour guide Jane Roy
McGhee exits Motherwell, Raith keeper crisis & reaction from Hamilton v Aberdeen
Join Des Clarke and his guests for a satirical review of the week's news.
End the day in the company of the songwriting masters of country, folk, blues and soul.
With managerial muddle, football and cars, and ballboys.
Challenging stand-up comedy and chat from around the world on race, religion and culture.
The nation's morning news programme, presented by Gary Robertson and Hayley Millar.
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A collection of interviews from the weekend edition of Good Morning Scotland
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