A compendium of comedy with Des Clarke and Elaine MacKenzie Ellis
A mix of sketches, songs, poems and stand up
Looking at one of the most dramatic periods in Scottish history
Top business people discuss the effect that their traumatic childhood had on them.
Jackie Bird hears about life after the frontline for doctors and nurses from 205 Regiment.
Mo McCullough meets people who knew 'Uncle Eric' as youths in a WW2 internment camp.
A special broadcast of a suite of original music composed by Jenna and Bethany Reid.
Sunday Herald foreign editor David Pratt follows an American helicopter rescue squad.
Eunice Henderson with tales and tunes from her eclectic music collection.
Derek Bateman with the latest European election results from across Scotland.
Brian Taylor chairs a debate with Scottish candidates standing in the European elections.
Lesley Riddoch discovers what life is like for Scots who live and work in Europe
The stories of journalists working as foreign correspondents in Europe
Billy Kay speaks to people separated from Scotland by time and distance.
Comedy about Alex, the director of a Glaswegian amateur theatre company.
Ruth Wishart talks to a range of Scots who have made giving a part of their lives.
KT Tunstall explores our fascination with space and its influence upon musicians.
Music and song from Shetland and beyond
The stories of the Islanders who fought the war alongside the front line troops
A greatly beloved king, a tragic battle. Susan Morrison explores Flodden.
Penny Junor hears from people dealing with having a famous parent.
Looking at dilemmas within the family
Sybil Le Fleur tells Mo McCullough the story of a family lost and found.
As the two minutes silence approaches, one family's story brings insight to Remembrance.
Bryan Burnett takes you into the heart of the Great Edinburgh Run held in May 2008.
Tales related to Scottish ferry journeys
News, interviews and coverage from the Edinburgh Festival
Billy Kay explores the effects of the American Civil Rights Movement on Scottish society.
Gordon Smith takes listeners down memory lane
A tribute to Jimmy Reid, the late trade unionist and journalist.
How four remarkable people fought back to regain their lives after a dramatic event
Music in between programmes.
Michael Stewart looks at what happens to football players when the final whistle is blown.
A drama by Audrey Gillan exploring the links between football and domestic abuse.
A look at whether blood really is thicker than water in the world of family business
Unearthing the real people who were the original models for famous literary characters
Phil Goodlad meets the Shetland team who took on the Faroese national team forty years ago
Coverage of First Minister's Questions from the Scottish Parliament
Celebrating the best in traditional and contemporary folk music.
A look back at the 2012 Shetland Folk Festival.
Jane Moncrieff and Mhari Pottinger preview this year's Shetland Folk Festival.
A preview of the year's Shetland Folk Festival.
Tune in for a mixture of music and interviews from 2011's Shetland Folk Festival.
Jonathan Watson takes a serious look at two of the country's great obsessions.
Showtunes and crooners' classics.
Radio Scotland's preview of the weekend footballing action
The story of animator Gene Deitch, who lived in Prague during the years of communist rule.
Jamie MacDougal celebrates Scottish classical recordings which resonate beyond Scotland
Series examing the role of forgiveness in people's lives
The story of the men fighting across France long after the last boat had left Dunkirk.
Coverage of the Formal Election of the First Minister.
Extraordinary stories of financial success or ruin
Colin Prior talks to people who have faced the elements and experienced extreme weather
Julie Fowlis with the very best in folk and acoustic roots music from Scotland and beyond
Jane Franchi speaks to people of all religions across the country
Denise Mina speaks to the people of Easterhouse about the legacy of Frankie Vaughan.
Comedy entertainment show
Fred MacAulay presents highlights from his sold-out show at the Edinburgh Festival
Comedy about an unemployed thirty-something who seems incapable of finding the right job.
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News, comment and discussion on the top stories of the day.
Music you choose
Two popes - two different eras. Elizabeth Quigley reflects on papal visits to Scotland.
Lach is a New York City folk legend. He's just moved to Edinburgh. We find out why.
Charting momentous gigs by US performers
Finlay Macleod's drama about a man who wants to be crogenically frozen after his death.
Miles Jupp investigates evil mastermind Fu Manchu's connection to the Scottish capital.
Bill Whiteford presents coverage of the funeral of Baroness Thatcher.
Comedian Susan Calman hangs out with her Funny Friends.
The best of Scotland's stand up comedians, presented by Fred MacAulay.
Discussing life after sport
Sports programme covering football to fishing and rugby to riding.
Sir Garfield Todd's one time secretary, Susan Paul, remembers the former Prime Minister.
A comedy sketch show set among parents gathering to collect their children from school.
How do Scottish religions treat their gay and lesbian followers?
Two Generation 2014 candidates with very different backgrounds get a chance to swap lives.
How do the city's children want Glasgow to change ahead of the 2014 Commonwealth Games?
The classic Scottish tale about a highland boy who dreams of winning gold at the Olympics.
Romance and the Arts
Claire White uncovers the story of Bostock and Wombwell's travelling menagerie.
Clare English speaks to people who quit their day job to do something they love.
Two hours of requests on Radio Scotland.
An hour of essential music
One hour of requests from Radio Scotland. Nominate your favourite song.
Bestselling crime writer Denise Mina presents five brand new ghost stories.
In this haunting tale, Regina overcomes muteness with some help from the afterlife.
The story of Faslane Peace Camp, Scotland's longest-running protest camp.
Comedy producer Jimmy Gilbert and Colin Gilbert look back on 50 years of comedy hits.
Karen Dunbar explores 100 years of girl guiding in Scotland.
Lesley Riddoch asks why we don't invest more in education during the early years.
Programme giving a voice to people with extraordinary stories to tell
Ciara MacLaverty talks frankly about how she has lived with ME for the past 20 years.
At 58 Nancy was told she had dementia. She tells her story of living with the diagnosis.