The story of Billy Boyd and Gavin Bain, who hatched an audacious scam.
Call Kaye brings a human touch to the stories making the news
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The extraordinary story of the World War Two prisoner of war camp in Watten.
James Naughtie explores the battle for hearts and minds in Scotland's referendum.
Comedy monologues recorded at the Edinburgh festival, featuring new and seasoned writers.
Mary Ann Kennedy and a group from Glasgow's East End learn to sing in Gaelic.
Lesley Campbell meets some of Scotland's top business leaders
Dementia campaigner Tommy Whitelaw is on a mission to celebrate Scotland's carers.
Billy Kay tracks down the descendants of Scotsmen who became golf professionals in the US.
Award-winning author Louise Welsh examines the truth behind historical crimes.
Gussie Angus and Cecil Hughson turn the spotlight on accordion and fiddle music
Billy Kay explores the history of Scottish nationalism from the 14th to the 21st century.
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
Highlights from the Glasgow-based Celtic Connections festival
A feast of live performances from artists featured at Celtic Connections
A rich blend of Celtic and traditional music from fresh talents and enduring favourites
Abeer McIntyre speaks to the parents of children with disabilities
Coverage of the Chancellor of the Exchequer's Autumn Statement.
A short season of programmes looking at the issue of mental health.
Fishing obsessive Charlie Whelan with special guests
Charlie Johnson delves into his extensive jazz collection
The story of medicine in Scotland from sacred waters to beta blockers and ultrasound
Edi Stark talks to banned Scottish cyclist David Millar.
Graham Spiers talks to sons and daughters of ministers about their upbringing
Auctions, pledges, music and fun - all raising money for Children In Need.
Orkney's annual fundraising programme with a live on-air auction, pledges and live music.
Radio Shetland's annual marathon fundraising programme packed with live music and guests.
Children in Need Rocks Scotland presented by Bryan Burnett and Edith Bowman.
Live music from a classic Scottish pop line-up including Love and Money and The Bluebells.
Mark Stephen talks to people who have chosen to follow in the footsteps of their parents
Documentary about the fifty-strong Parsonage Choir.
The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Jamie MacDougall perform movie hero favourites.
Hardeep Singh Kohli presents top stand up comedy from some of the world's best comedians.
Poet Kenneth Steven explores the deeper meaning of Christmas.
Frieda Morrison hears Christmas memories from Scottish emigrants while growing up abroad.
Jackie Bird and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra unwrap a box of seasonal delights.
Jamie MacDougall presents Tecwyn Evans and the BBC SSO in a concert of seasonal favourites
The BBC SSO and tenor Jamie MacDougall with Christmas musical favourites.
A celebration of Christmas musical favourites.
Jamie MacDougall and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra bring musical Christmas cheer.
Jamie MacDougall and the BBC SSO perform favourite Christmas music in Aberdeen.
Cathy MacDonald and Anna Magnusson celebrate the joy of Christmas Morning.
Festive greetings, New Year wishes, birthdays, anniversaries and get well wishes.
Carols for Christmas Eve.
Words and carols as Christmas morning approaches with Rev Laurence Twaddle.
Festive fun on Radio Shetland.
Your Christmas dedications, read out by Radio Shetland staff.
Great music and sparkling conversation with Cathy MacDonald and Ricky Ross.
Cathy MacDonald and Ricky Ross with music, special guests, poetry, stories and interviews.
Celebrating Christmas with some fantastic music, beautiful poetry and great conversation.
Join Cathy Macdonald and Ricky Ross in the company of singer Susan Boyle.
A festive celebration of music, Christmas-inspired writing and great conversation.
Anna Magnusson hears of creative ideas which transform lives in Edinburgh's Grassmarket.
Gary Robertson and Isabel Fraser present a special edition of Days Like This.
A mix of festive programmes.
Christopher Brookmyre chats to authors from the world of comedy.
It's Christmas Eve and trainee fireman and mainlander Jamie is shipwrecked on Rhuck.
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?