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A service marking Easter morning, presented by the Reverend Alison Jack.
Kenneth Steven goes on a poetic and spiritual pilgrimage around Scotland.
Ministers Duncan McLaren and Sigrid Marten explore the places and people of WW1.
A modern-day comedy drama reimagining the Garden of Eden and the story of creation.
Two hours of new releases, reissues and classic album tracks.
David Stenhouse looks at the achievements of Scottish national poet Edwin Morgan.
Derek Bateman presents live coverage of the results of the 2010 General Election.
Live coverage from across the country of the 2015 general election.
Dave Gray puts questions to the panel of parliamentary candidates.
Candidates under the spotlight in a session recorded at the Shetland Museum and Archives.
Derek Bateman sets the scene as the polls close in the 2011 Scottish elections.
Coverage through the night of the Scottish elections.
Election night coverage
BBC Radio 5 live
Coverage of the election.
A compendium of comedy with Des Clarke and Elaine MacKenzie Ellis
A mix of sketches, songs, poems and stand up
Sanjeev Kohli visits a Chinese-owned castle in the Scottish glens.
BBC Radio 4
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.
BBC Radio 2