Alastair Durie explores the history of fresh air as a cure.
Presented by the Rev Johnston McKay.
A celebration of Easter Day from St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, Glasgow.
The Rev Neil Glover marks Easter with a service of celebration for the real world.
With the Rev Scott Robertson and Glasgow Chamber Choir at St Margaret's, Newlands, Glasgow
Anna Magnusson hears of creative ideas which transform lives in Edinburgh's Grassmarket.
A gripping drama about a family in crisis and the dangers of searching for comfort online.
Denis Rice and Gillean Maclean visit powerful Passion Story paintings for Good Friday.
Comedian Arnold Brown takes an entertaining look at the world of male fashion.
Live discussion and debate hosted by Brian Taylor.
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Looking at dilemmas within the family
Sybil Le Fleur tells Mo McCullough the story of a family lost and found.
A drama by Audrey Gillan exploring the links between football and domestic abuse.
Karen Dunbar explores 100 years of girl guiding in Scotland.
Billy Kay celebrates Scottish literature and its importance to national identity.
Series featuring house histories and tips on turning property detective
Poet Kenneth Steven, bullied as a child, writes a letter to his teenage self.
Ricky Ross hears personal stories from offenders who have left behind lives of crime.
Clare English speaks to people diagnosed with a form of autism in adulthood.
Clare English talks to people who have placed their futures on hold
Clare English hears from people with learning disabilities.
Vic Galloway explores what happens when 35000 dance fans descend on a highland village.
Comedy monologue by Colin Hough, starring Barbara Rafferty.
Dave Arcari tours Scotland with a blues arrangement of the Burns standard.
Colin Blane looks at the personal impact of working as foreign news correspondent.
Claire White presents a musical journey through Shetland's traditional wedding rituals.
In 1941 a flight crew crashed on Ben More Assynt. Mark Stephen visits their memorial.
A look at Wigtown in Dumfries and Galloway, a bristling little booktown.
Wigtown, the National Book Town, was appropriately shaken to its roots by a first novel.
John McNeillie's scandalous novel Wigtown Ploughman is given a fair appraisal.
Richard Holloway delves into the history of the Scottish version of Britishness.
The ever changing world of Scottish schools
Why is the Church of Scotland funding a luxury boutique hotel in the Holy Land?
Bryan Burnett finds out whether the Olympics can inspire people to take up sport.
Graham Spiers hears stories from people who have made life changing decisions
A year following Orkney fiddler Kristan Harvey, Young Traditional Musician of the Year.
Memorial service for the 16 people who died in the North Sea helicopter accident.
Ken MacDonald visits Scotland’s first and only Law Clinic.
Julie Fowlis explores the role of the accordion in Scottish folk music.
Bill Whiteford on hiring reliable tradespeople, with hair-raising personal DIY experiences
Bill Whiteford seeks expert advice on how to hire reliable tradespeople.
Helping people tackle their problems before attempting their ultimate challenges for real
Taking a bold look at topical issues
Tim Robbins, star of The Shawshank Redemption, leads acting classes in LA's Norco Prison.
A unique chance to hear material from the archives of Adrian Stewart.
Series exploring why the far north is an excellent destination
Tragic, intimate and compelling - Louise Page shares her thoughts on life before death.
Edi Stark discovers whether the pace of stem cell research is meeting expectation.
Year of the Cat took the Hippie Trail mainstream. Glasgow singer Al Stewart tells all...
A separated couple meet by chance in Albion Street. Are they better together or apart?
A look at life in the National Service between 1948 and 1963
The best of the Radio Scotland music repertoire to take you through the night.
A look at the histories of Celtic and Rangers from a series of alternative viewpoints.
Ricky Ross presents an extended interview with the successful gospel singer.
Euan McIlwraith imagines how Scotland would cope with an oil disaster.
A service marking Easter morning, presented by the Reverend Alison Jack.
Kenneth Steven goes on a poetic and spiritual pilgrimage around Scotland.
The Rev Owain Jones celebrates Easter among the people and ancient places of Bute.
Ann Widdecombe explores the supernatural lore and legend of Dartmoor.
Annie McGuire presents highlights from T in the Park and the Hydro Connect festival.
Ricky Ross enters the landscape of Americana and alternative country
Ricky Ross with Americana and alternative country classics and future classics.
The connections that Captain Robert Scott and Dr Edward Wilson have with the Angus Glen.
Folk music from Scotland and beyond
Archie Fisher with folk music from Scotland and beyond.
Meet 84-year-old Archie McQuater, one of the finest clockmakers in Scotland.
Musical highlights from the Radio Shetland archive
Looking back over thirty years of broadcasting in the isles
Looking back over thirty years of broadcasting in the isles.
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