Iraqi interpreters were offered a new life in the UK for their help. What did they get?
Robin Drummond probes the value of a degree in today's Scotland.
The Rev Owain Jones celebrates Easter among the people and ancient places of Bute.
Robbie Fraser looks at locally produced goods, from farming to food.
Athletes from the Northern Isles compete against island teams from around the world.
Pennie Latin explores the emotional and psychological effects of living with chronic pain.
Michael Palin introduces Humphrey Barclay, who has become an African chief.
Graeme Duffin explores the problems and issues experienced by people who stammer.
James Nicolson with a back catalogue of country greats through to more recent releases.
Music, entertainment and celebrity guests
Amanda Hamilton sits in for Janice bringing you a morning mix of music and guests.
The latest national and international jazz releases, plus live music and guests
Bruce Devlin presents a new sketch show from Gilmorehill in Glasgow.
Classic blues tracks from one of the organisers of Shetland's annual Blues Festival
Bluegrass music on Radio Shetland
Emotional drama about an unemployed lawyer who finds herself in the dole queue.
News, comment and discussion on the top stories of the day with John Beattie.
Join John for a summer break of music, celebrity guests and competitions
A special programme reflecting on the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela.
Tom Ravenscroft charts the contributions his father John Peel made to Scottish music.
Sarfraz Manzoor explores Johnny Cash's interest in Scotland after tracing his Fife roots.
The calamitous story of how a boat packed with comedians sailed from London to Edinburgh.
Jonathan Watson lets rip on the big issues troubling Scottish society.
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.
Barbara Dickson performs personal musical selections arranged by Troy Donockley.
Edi Stark goes behind the scenes to talk to people at Scotland's only repertory company.
Karine Polwart invites artists into Studio One for a series of exclusive sets.
The weekend sports magazine, presented by David Sneddon
Clare English takes a look at couples who spend the majority of their lives apart
Mark Stephen hears the individual stories that reveal the scale of the First World War.
Billy Kay explores the history of murder in Scotland, from the 16th century onward.
Salvation Army musisicans describe what they find uplifting about carolling in the street.
Billy Kay tracks down the men at the heart of the M8 motorway's construction.
Cathy MacDonald visits the Leith docks to find out how the community welcomes sailors
Cathy MacDonald visits the Leith docks to find out how the community welcomes sailors.
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.
Drama about sexual desire, hotel rooms and climate change, written by David Greig.
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.
Mark Stephen reports on a remarkable development on Glasgow's river Clyde.
Aleks Krotoski embarks on a happenstantial journey in search of a happy accident.
Shelia Stewart shares the little known Perthshire cant dialect with Frieda Morrison.
Vic Galloway celebrates the tragically short life of Alex Harvey
Drama about the decline of the music hall in the 1960s.
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An inspiring programme about men and women who have found romance in their twilight years.
Series which lifts the lid on those who make us laugh for a living
Jo Caulfield meets fellow comedians to swap stories of life on the stand-up circuit.
Series exploring comedians and their work
Marjory Anne Smith has two options: fling herself into the Thames or live with her mother.
John Gavin investigates whether dog training techniques could help him raise his daughters
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.
Jules and Harry search for their grandmother's legacy
A Victorian vampire yarn set in Edinburgh in 1844, written by AL Kennedy.
Polly Phillips lifts the lid on life in one of Scotland's most infamous institutions.
Lesley cycles up the Western Isles, looking at a particular topic at each stop