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Vic Galloway with a selection box of Christmas music from across ten decades.
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David Matchett hears stories from young people on apprenticeships.
Acts of worship from different churches around Scotland
Business journalist Lesley Campbell helps owners of new businesses overcome their problems
The best new music from Scotland, plus archive sessions, documentaries and classic tracks
Vic Galloway explores the significance of punk's first single, New Rose by the Damned.
Satirical comedy assessing and digesting the 2010 election campaign and results.
The news headlines and The Queen's Christmas message.
News bulletin followed by weather
News and analysis from home and abroad, plus the latest sport, travel and weather updates
Andrew Black presents coverage of a statement and debate about the referendum.
The latest news, followed by weather.
News and comment from Scotland and around the world
International news with Ruth Davidson, Abeer Macintyre, Mhairi Stuart and Bill Whiteford.
Satirical show taking a sideways look at the rolling news agenda.
Crisp analysis and lively debate on the week's main news stories
BBC Radio Cymru
A look ahead to see what might be making the headlines in 2008.
Civil partners Nick and Philip talk about coming out and falling in love later in life.
Tony Currie is your host for music, guests, your emails and letters.
Edi Stark talks to those who had to accept their dream of having a family is finally over.
The stories of events and times which had a permanent effect on Scottish communities
Comedy drama about a nuclear family
Comedy drama about a 40-something man named Raymond Swan.
A state of the nation play by David Ashton, set at Paisley's premier poetry slam.
Glasgow's underworld is the setting for Alexander McArthur and H Kingsley Long's story.
Edi Stark meets some of the growing number of workers who have no plans to retire.
Kathleen Jamie explores the legacy of the Norn language among Shetland's poets.
Offbeat comedy with Des Clarke, Toni Frutin, David Kay, Lewis Macleod and Debbie Welsh
The public of the North East of Scotland debate the impact of government spending cuts.
Davie Scott discusses the art of creating a great pop melody in front of a live audience.
Pauline McLean follows author Alexander McCall Smith as he sets up an opera in Botswana.
BBC Radio 4 Extra