Susan Calman finds out if her obsession with Casualty would make her any good as a doctor.
Series in which admirable sportsmen share their stories
Contemporary thriller by Zoe Strachan and Louise Welsh, two of Scotland's best novelists.
Bryan Burnett introduces Paolo Nutini's homecoming concert at Paisley Town Hall.
Jackie Brambles talks to Paolo Nutini and celebrates his momentous year.
Pope Benedict XVI celebrates Mass for the Feast of St Ninian.
A look at the week's papers
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Paul Noble speaks to Paralympic athletes about their lives and careers.
Dave Arcari tours Scotland with a blues arrangement of the Burns standard.
A tour around Orkney
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Colin Blane looks at the personal impact of working as foreign news correspondent.
Uncovering the hidden gems of Scotland's history
A part-time footballer is offered cash to throw an important game. Will he do it?
Susan Calman explores why we increasingly look to others to fix our lives.
This live comedy-style natural history brings you the secret lives of human beings.
Drama set in the mind of a runner attempting to beat her own record.
An eclectic mix of funk, jazz and soul
Peter Wood plays a selection of traditional Shetland music.
Phil Kay explores the wide array of wildlife on the street of Glasgow.
Entertainment for Radio Scotland
Bill Paterson stars as piano teacher Ronnie , who dispenses lessons in music and life.
Kenneth Steven and Rev Ruth Harvey visit the legendary Scottish birthplace of Pilate.
Series looking at people who were pioneers in their field.
Audrey Gillan travels to the Falkland Islands and discovers oil, squid and penguins.
Iain Anderson journeys on a musical map of the bagpipes with Iain MacInnes.
The definitive pipe music programme, featuring news and recordings from the piping world
Folk and Country entertainment
Shetland's best contemporary bands and musicians with Jordan Ogg and Carol Anderson.
Comedian Raymond Mearns presents a mix of stand up and sketches exploring relationships.
A selection of some of the most memorable poems and readers from Poetry 2012.
A poem to capture the spirit of every nation competing at the 2012 Games.
Anna Magnusson talks to three poets who have written about times of change and upheaval
Greg Hemphill looks at the link between how you play your hand at poker and in life.
How the Polish community in Inverness is faring in the current economic climate.
As the world watches the pandas in Edinburgh zoo, Philip Dodd investigates their allure.
Reliving the day when, 25 years ago, Pope John Paul II visited Glasgow's Bellahouston Park