Radio Scotland Events

  • My Favourite Place in Scotland

    My Favourite Place in Scotland

    Where is your favourite place in Scotland? What makes it special to you?

    BBC Radio Scotland and the Scottish Book Trust invited you to write about your favourite place in Scotland. The idea was to get Scotland writing, inspired by our country's best-loved places. Although the date for entries has now expired you can still read some presenter stories. Successful entries could appear in a book or be broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland.



  • Family Legends

    Family Legends

    Family Legends was a short story competition run by BBC Radio Scotland and Scottish Book Trust.

    The competition has now closed, but you can still read the stories.

    Find out more

  • A New Year, A New You

    A New You

    January 2010 saw the launch of Radio Scotland's motivation season. Watch videos with top tips, find out about the programmes and get involved!

Past Events

  • SoundTown

    BBC Radio Scotland commissioned a project called SoundTown. The final SoundTown School was picked and officially launched in September 2008.

    Gamu performing during the SoundTown launch

  • Radio Scotland Days Like This 2008

    Days Like This was a project run by BBC Radio Scotland and Scottish Book Trust where we asked you to tell us about an important day in your life here.

    Days Like This

  • Celtic Connections

    Catch up with video highlights from this year's Celtic Connections and enjoy hours of exclusive footage from festival artists. The videos include the Gerry Rafferty tribute, Janis Ian, Song for Ireland and more.

    Alecia Nugent

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