Clare Grogan plays a selection of her favourite Scottish tunes from the 1980s.
Series looking at classic albums from Scottish artists.
Davie Scott reveals untold stories about The Blue Nile's album, A Walk across the Rooftops
Jamie MacDougall plays the iconic classical music that's the soundtrack to our lives.
A gripping drama about a family in crisis and the dangers of searching for comfort online.
How gay culture influences music and fashion
Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the ship
Festive fun with the dynamic duo
Celebrity gossip and great tunes, let Colin and Justin give your Friday a music makeover
Drama about a family pulling around the space left when one of them breaks contact.
Janice Forsyth with all that's new in comedy on radio, TV, the movies, online and live.
Comedians discuss the spiritual and emotional sides of comedy
Susan Morrison presents a collection of the best comedy from Radio Scotland.
Comedy and Entertainment
A selection of sitcoms, sketches and conversations from the BBC Radio Scotland archive
Improvisational comedy show
Richard Gordon and Bryan Burnett with the Closing Ceremony live from Hampden Park, Glasgow
Full coverage of the event, including the Glasgow 2014 Handover Ceremony.
Live from Celtic Park with Richard Gordon, David Wilkie, Jackie Bird and Tom English.
Mental preparation is just as important as physical training for winning Olympic gold.
Janice Forsyth talks to participants of a project to record every single Burns poem.
Twenty years on we review the accuracy of JigCal, the 80s computerised career search.
Jonathan Glancey finds out about the architects who revolutionised church design.
Highlights from the party conferences
A lorry with asylum seekers heads for Scotland. Will any make a new life for themselves?
Comedy about a man with Asperger's and his over-anxious grown-up son. Starring Andy Gray.
Conversation and discussion
A monthly selection of new country releases and classic tracks
Anne Muir tells the story of blind Scottish preacher George Matheson.
Neil Mackay speaks to journalists about how and why they cover crime stories.
Louise Welsh becomes a computer hacker for the day at Abertay University in Dundee.
Cathy MacDonald offers a guide to surviving the credit crunch
A guide to surviving the credit crunch
Two worlds collide after an accident on a quiet country road.
Lesley Campbell finds out how the economic downturn is affecting organised crime.
Ken MacDonald investigates the art and science of cross-examination.
Denis Rice and Gillean Maclean visit powerful Passion Story paintings for Good Friday.
Campaigners from both sides of the referendum debate review the big issues.
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Provocative discussions, inspiring guests and news about trends, fashion, music and art.
A monthly update on the arts scene in Shetland
Janice Forsyth tunes into what's happening in arts, culture and music across Scotland.
Music, arts and cultural highlights from the Radio Scotland archive.
Comedian Arnold Brown takes an entertaining look at the world of male fashion.
Programme following three competitors in the Scottish Prisons hairdressing competition.
Meeting the sons and daughters of comedians
Sally Magnusson talks to the sons and daughters of some of our best-loved comedians
David Stenhouse asks whether dads will embrace new laws on extended paternity leave.
The Dali Christ is Scotland's favourite painting. Louise Welsh finds out why.
A new sitcom about love, dating and disasters starring Greg Hemphill. By Colin McLaren.
Police profiler Dan McDuff investigates mysterious murders.
Len Goodman celebrates the magical feet of Hollywood star Gene Kelly.
Writer Andrew Greig explores the unexpected connections between mountain climbing and art.
Drama exploring alcoholism from a child's point of view.
Your favourite Scottish Dance
Coverage of David Cameron's speech.
Victor Brierley celebrates the life of the Scot who is now known as the original Mad Man.
Heather Suttie speaks to people about the changes they have made to their lives.
Incredible life stories
BBC Radio Scotland brings you a special day of birdsong to celebrate spring.
True stories written and submitted by listeners, presented by Irvine Welsh and others
Psychological thriller in which a woman attempts to bring her brother's killer to justice.
The musical postcard from the foothills of the Catskill Mountains in New York
Singer Rufus Wainwright celebrates the 50th anniversary of Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall.
Disaster in Afghanistan, an explorer blamed. Mark Jardine investigates Alexander Burnes.
An appeal on behalf of the Disasters Emergency Committee for the Philippines.
An appeal for the humanitarian crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Lenny Henry presents a DEC appeal on behalf of those affected by the Ebola virus.
Winifred Robinson presents the DEC Gaza Crisis Appeal.
An appeal on behalf of the Disasters Emergency Committee for the floods in Pakistan.
A Syria Crisis Appeal on behalf of the Disasters Emergency Committee.
Live discussion and debate hosted by Brian Taylor.
Kick-starting the weekend
Bruce Macgregor looks at a project aiming to design a New Town that people will love.
A sketch show born and bred in the Doric North East of Scotland.
A live debate on the health and status of the Shetland dialect, chaired by Jane Moncrieff.
A roundtable debate on the health and status of the Shetland dialect.
Service of Thanksgiving to mark Her Majesty the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
BBC Radio Scotland's genealogy programme, packed with advice and stories
Lesley Campbell presents a new series about the ethics of money.
Panel-based talk show
Bad romance 18th century-style with Susan Morrison.
Comedy drama with a dark twist, starting when a man dies in a freak accident.
A play by James Graham. Scotland has voted for independence, but how to divide the union?
A little bit of everything from the extensive collection of DJ Moose - aka Rory Gillies
Fiona Pagett explores the world of child-raising and parenting skills