A look back over the stories that went behind the headlines.
Iraqi interpreters were offered a new life in the UK for their help. What did they get?
The latest national and international jazz releases, plus live music and guests
Emotional drama about an unemployed lawyer who finds herself in the dole queue.
The calamitous story of how a boat packed with comedians sailed from London to Edinburgh.
Diving Instructor Fraser Bathgate talks to Mark Stephen about a remarkable journey.
Mark Stephen talks to people about journeys which have had a profound effect on them.
Mark Stephen talks to Hazel Simpson about caring for a loved one with Alzheimers.
Celebrating the sheer joy of all things foodie in and around Scotland. Yum!
Celebrating the sheer joy of growing and cooking your own fruits, herbs and vegetables.
A specially written historical comedy romp.
Comedian Susan Morrison investigates a 1775 guide to women in the sex trade.
Muriel Gray uncovers the history of this club, founded in 1908 by middle class ladies.
Drama about the decline of the music hall in the 1960s.
Glenn Campbell and a live audience put the party leaders under the spotlight.
Glenn Campbell chairs as the four main party leaders debate just days before the polls.
Billy Kay talks to Scottish people and finds out what's left of the poet's native tongue.
Blind presenter Phil Sime meets two remarkable people who, like him, listen for a living.
Robert Macfarlane undertakes an immersive poetic pilgrimage to the Cairngorms.
Louise Welsh investigates how Sir Arthur Conan Doyle become an apostle of Spiritualism.
Dundonian Alan Cochrane explores the relationship between Winston Churchill and the city.
A fast-moving live sketch show written by and starring Fraser Campbell and Tom Brogan.
The story behind the making of Radio Scotland drama Homeless.
Series following Mark Beaumont's cycling trip around the Americas
James Naughtie thinks now is a timely moment for a reappraisal of Sir Walter Scott.
Billy Kay studies the history of Scottish Freemasonry.
Live golf commentary, reports and reaction from the first major of the season at Augusta
Iain Anderson explores the Fab Four's many Scottish connections.
Radio drama about a shopkeeper coming to terms with a violent robbery.
Janice Forsyth presents a tribute to the late Michael Marra.
Sitcom set in the fictional Safari Park of Aber Clyde.
Comedy by Alexander McCall Smith about an Edinburgh couple on holiday in the Highlands.
BBC Radio Scotland takes a look at the worlds of fraud, evasion and money laundering
All the the latest film and DVD news and interviews
Fast-moving film quiz with Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode.
Interviews, music and laughs and live sessions from Pacific Quay
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
David Matchett hears stories from young people on apprenticeships.
Pauline McLean follows author Alexander McCall Smith as he sets up an opera in Botswana.
A look at the work being done to collect and preserve historic recordings.
Shirley Robertson talks to some of Scotland's Great Olympians
A part-time footballer is offered cash to throw an important game. Will he do it?
Susan Calman explores why we increasingly look to others to fix our lives.
Shetland's best contemporary bands and musicians with Jordan Ogg and Carol Anderson.
As the world watches the pandas in Edinburgh zoo, Philip Dodd investigates their allure.
Reliving the day when, 25 years ago, Pope John Paul II visited Glasgow's Bellahouston Park
Recorded exclusively earlier this year, with a great set featuring all their hits.
Neil Mackay explores the secrets of happiness.
Examining Edinburgh publican Lachie Marr's attempt to transform his tavern.
Documentary exploring the life and work of two Scottish women in the British armed forces.
The Queen addresses the naion on Christmas Day.
The Queen addresses the nation on Christmas Day.
Billy Connolly and Brian Cox star as two brothers embarking on a desperate quest for love.
Three of Scotland's new music-makers give an entirely modern take on Robert Burns.
Cultural news from home and abroad, covering film, fashion, books and theatre
Ian Rankin talks to graphic comic writer Alan Grant about Judge Dredd and Batman.
Paul English tells the story of student nurse turned singer Emma Curran.
The Scottish referendum is a serious affair. Comedian Janey Godley seeks out the humour.
John Knox reports on what a difference ten years of devolution has made to people's lives
Captain's mate Lynn Ferguson uncovers the hidden history of women and piracy.
Live coverage of the Queen as she opens the fourth session of Holyrood.
Kaye Adams and Bill Whiteford present live coverage of the royal wedding.
Startling stories from behind the headlines.
Dog fouling - the biggest complaint to most councils. Sheena McDonald explores the problem
Alistair Moffat discovers how the story of where we all come from is written in our genes.
Billy Kay celebrates the 600-year history of Scottish universities.
Derek Bateman with the Scottish leaders' debate ahead of the general election.
Ricky Ross presents highlights from A Scottish Songbook at Celtic Connections 2010.
Sally Magnusson provides an extraordinary insight into the scientific applications of pee.
Iain MacWhirter recalls a famously controversial speech made by Margaret Thatcher.
Alan Cochrane looks at Thatcher's infamous Sermon on the Mound speech.
A selection of live music from BBC Radio Scotland's specialist music programmes.
Douglas Fraser reports from Shetland on how the islands spend their oil income.
Drama about a group of co-workers embroiled in a bitter redundancy battle.