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.
Keara Murphy investigates the lives of the mothers of Robert Burns's illegitimate children
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.
The name is Isaev, Maxim Maximovich Isaev. Miles Jupp uncovers the Soviet James Bond.
1960s Dunoon-set drama. A girl upsets her family by inviting an American sailor to dinner.
How David Jones helped create an industry and become the Spielberg of Gaming.
Mark Stephen explores the Highlands lodge that inspired the village in TV's The Prisoner.
Reverend Laurence Twaddle talks to artist Peter Howson about his 14 Stations of the Cross.
Gerry Hassan explores the pressures and expectations on Scottish men.
Crime drama set in contemporary Edinburgh by Chris Dolan and starring David Rintoul.
Tense drama about a pediatric nurse accused of child abuse.
Programme celebrating the music, fashion, dance and social rituals of disco.
Scottish people celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the Summer of Love.
Former punks look back on the movement that shaped their lives.
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Janice Forsyth selects her pick of the week from the Radio Café and the Highland Café
Steve Burnett makes a violin using wood from a WWI-era military psychiatric hospital.
Edi Stark explores the taboo topic of teacher-pupil relationships.
An insight into the Jackie magazine that invented the teenage girl.
A celebration of the Glasgow Apollo, Scotland's leading concert venue in the 1970s and 80s
5 live commentator John Murray reflects on the goals which defined 2008.
Sally Magnusson meets the Glasgow schoolgirls evacuated to Perthshire over 70 years ago.
Simon Preston visits a UK town and, with a local chef, creates a new signature dish
Cameron Stout discovers Scotland's favourite traditional music track of all time
The drama of the Sheridan trial brought to life, with analysis from the press box.
Stand up comedian Des Clarke explores 'the trouble with being Des'.
Discussions on culture and race
Jordan Ogg and Malachy Tallack look at the very best in songwriting
How did a small white cow become the centre of a riot in the north-east town of Turriff?
Bill Whiteford investigates whether the value of a university education is decreasing
Edi Stark goes in search of cutting edge science which and shakes our notion of identity.
The story of the Dundonian who for nearly 40 years provided the voice of Mickey Mouse.
Steve Smith takes you on a musical tour of the decades.
Novelist AL Kennedy investigates revenants, Scotland's medieval equivalent of the zombie.
Susan Morrison, a regular traveller on the M8, ventures off the motorway and into Whitburn
Edi Stark follows the production of an artistic performance on the theme of independence.
Stephen Duffy presents the finals of the 2012 Young Scottish Jazz Musician of the Year.
A celebration of the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland on its centenary.
Colin Mackay explores the process of devolution in Scotland
Three ex-prisoners and an ex-governor join Don Coutts to re-think Scotland's prison system
Mo McCullough meets people whose expectations of Christmas have changed during the year.
A young journalist and a down-and-out form a turbulent and unlikely friendship.
Karl Simpson previews the Thomas Fraser Festival.
In the footsteps of Scotland's greatest engineer
Sitcom about a man on a bus journey and the woman who crosses his path.
All the latest news as the transfer window comes to a close
A Doctor Who companion, a bestselling romance writer and a busload of fans hit Scotland.
An exploration of a remarkable correspondence during the Leningrad Siege.
Jen Hadfield takes Jane Moncrieff on a poetic pilgrimage around her island home.
Bringing you seriously good music including the best new releases.
Tom Morton presents a special Children in Need show.
Richard Forbes listens to the top 10 hymns, as voted for in Shetland.
Comic drama starring Brian Cox as poet William Topaz McGonagall, written by Lucy Gannon.
Graham Spiers hears stories from people who have made life changing decisions
Adil Ray follows the inaugural campaign to correct UK architecture's ethnic imbalance.
Series exploring the practice of researching family history
Jim Muotune looks at Glasgow and the Clyde's involvement in the slave trade.
Can sports coaches help people get through challenges in other areas of life?
Jo Clifford talks to Scottish trans people and hears stories of love, fear and transition.
Bruce MacGregor presents Radio Scotland's flagship folk programme.
Clare English talks to people about their Trip to the Top.
Comedy drama by David Ireland. A Glaswegian kidnaps two politicians in Northern Ireland.
Author Glenn Patterson explores what Belfast's murals say about the city's past and future
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Chat show which asks guests about the times their lives have reached a turning point