Dr Fiona Watson investigates the Battle of Pinkie Cleugh, a famous Scottish battlefield.
Dave Batchelor plays sketches from TV comedian Armando Iannucci's time at the station.
Despite the danger, more people are joining the army in Scotland. John Beattie asks why.
Including local news and weather, what's on diary, mart report, jobspot and postbag
Richard Forbes presents Shetland's quiz show.
Edi Stark talks to artists who challenge our ethical and moral views
Billy Kay takes a wry look at the changing diet of Scots who grew up in the 1950s.
A vibrant mix of programmes celebrating the cultural life of Scotland
As Radio 5 Live.
BBC Radio Scotland joins BBC Radio 5 live.
Scotland's Asian music show
Ravi Sagoo charts the history of Asian police officers in Scotland from 1969.
Coverage of the debate from the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
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Bill Whiteford with highlights from the Church of Scotland's General Assembly.
As the two-minute silence nears, Mark Stephen visits a memorial to a lost WW2 flight crew.
Ruth Wishart speaks to people who face moral decisions in their work
Quiz show based around a mock Scottish citizenship test
A concert recorded at Celtic Connections celebrating the 250th anniversary of Robert Burns
Eileen and Paddy have got used to an empty nest but now their graduate son is coming home.
Russell Walker looks at the 1999 fight to stop the closure of the Kvaerner Govan shipyard.
Compelling, heartbreaking personal stories from people who have witnessed war first hand
As Glasgow 2014 approaches, Elaine C Smith takes a crash course in charm.
Programme following a member of the BBC SSO as he prepares for Proms in the Park.
Reverend Gillean Maclean explores what the story of Jesus' suffering on Good Friday.
Richard Herring, Des Clarke and Keith Farnan do battle over the English language
An air traffic controller ends up in Baltamire, instead of his dream job in Baltimore, USA
The best voices from The Bands over the decades.
Louise Welsh explores the meaning of the battle of Bannockburn on its 700th anniversary.
Hearing from people whose own stories have led them to fight for what they feel is right
Frank Gardner joins Operation Snow Warrior, a military training exercise with a difference
BBC Radio Scotland broadcasts from Pacific Quay, Glasgow for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Supporting over 2,600 projects, working 365 days a year, all over the United Kingdom.
A pop-up radio station to coincide with the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
The annual Henry Wood Promenade Concerts, featuring orchestral classical music
Find out what Budget 2012 means for you.
Scotland's finest young musicians compete for the title.
Featuring the world premiere of Ronald Stevenson's epic In Praise of Ben Ardrain.
Edith Bowman travels back 50 years to the day The Beatles played Kirkcaldy.
Clare English gets an insight into life as a doctor in contemporary Scotland
Gardening phone-in programme with advice and tips
Series talking to the wives of prominent individuals.
Dermot O'Leary presents the story behind the Christmas classic Fairytale of New York.
Kenneth MacDonald talks to Professor Higgs' friends and colleagues about the Higgs boson.
Radio Scotland reveals just what it takes to keep the roads and railways moving.
Neil Mackay hears stories from fathers about the bonds between them and their children.
Clare English travels the country talking to English-born people living in Scotland.
Helen Smith takes a look at the history and restoration of this Georgian mansion.
Richard chooses some of his favourite interviews from the previous series.
Train passenger Jack hopes he's found the love of his life - over the buffet car tannoy.
Mike Grundon and Val Turner explore all aspects of outdoor life in Shetland
Forty years after civil war in Nigeria, author Wole Soyinka returns to Biafra.
A humorous take on all things Northern Irish, Scottish and Welsh.
Join Gordon Brewer, his guests and audience for a lively topical debate on the big issues.
Derek Bateman introduces a panel debate on what is best for the Scottish and UK economies.
A series of election debates with candidates seeking election to the Scottish Parliament.
El Sistema's music changed lives in Venezuela. Can it work for deprived kids in Scotland?
Austin Lafferty looks at the changing nature of funeral services in Scotland.
Drama about a postal worker who wins the National Lottery.
Join Bill Whiteford for news, views and discussion on the week's big stories.
News, views and mindless gossip all on BBC Radio Shetland's newest chat show.
An uncensored glimpse into the life of a Scottish Battalion fighting in Afghanistan.
A dramatisation of Peter May's bestselling crime novel set on the Isle of Lewis.
Laura McCrum explores Scottish music of black origin
What is it like to go out into Scotland's hills with little or no sight?
A look at families and relationships
Comedy about a Glasgow bus driver and the terror he encounters on a daily basis.
Gritty drama about two men who are out of work and out of patience.
Drama set during the current conflict in Afghanistan.
A series of programmes celebrating Bob Dylan's 70th birthday.
Bob is a hero for our troubled times. He takes on internet spammers so you don't have to.
Sarfraz Manzoor meets the musicians who worked with George Harrison in India in 1968.
Drama following two 8th century monks trying to save holy relics from Viking marauders.
Bonnybridge is famous for its UFO sightings. Edi Stark reopens the X-File.
Join Clare English for a feast of books and all things literary
Reviews, news and interviews with authors and regular competitions
Radio Shetland's books programme
The public of the Scottish Borders debate the impact of government spending cuts.
Story teller Duncan Williamson returns to his birth place to tell his story of childhood.
Pennie Latin explores the science behind the everyday