Three of Scotland's new music-makers give an entirely modern take on Robert Burns.
Edi Stark tackles modern preoccupations in a brand new way
Cultural news from home and abroad, covering film, fashion, books and theatre
Ian Rankin talks to graphic comic writer Alan Grant about Judge Dredd and Batman.
Radio Days takes a look at a day in the life of community radio stations around Scotland
A one-off tribute to the pirate radio stations of the 1960s.
Series of programmes marking the 30th anniversary of Radio Scotland
News updates for the region
Weather updates and forecasts
What was the story behind a box of unaired radio pilots?
An election debate.
Precious. Exciting. Dangerous? The early days of radium and isotopes in Scotland.
Ford Kiernan stars in Bruce Morton's black comedy about climate change.
Mark Stephen talks to some of the people who played key roles in raising the submarine.
Showcasing the latest sounds from the British Asian Urban Music Experience
Comedy about the staff of a hairdressing salon facing the challenge from hell.
Paul English tells the story of student nurse turned singer Emma Curran.
Claire White presents a musical journey through Shetland's traditional wedding rituals.
On its 600th birthday, Edi Stark hears what St Andrews university stands for today.
Isabel Fraser looks at the politics of the incoming labour leader Gordon Brown.
The very best traditional music and song, from classic 78s to brand new releases
News of the Referendum announcement.
Kaye Adams takes calls following the referendum debate.
Broadcasts on behalf of referendum campaign organisations.
A round-up and analysis of the day's events from across the campaign.
The Scottish referendum is a serious affair. Comedian Janey Godley seeks out the humour.
GMS reviews the life and achievements of Jimmy Reid using archive and studio discussion.
Murdo Maclennan returns to Scarp Island to tend the WWI graves of two men from his family.
Services on Remembrance Sunday to mark the Armistice
From Giffnock South Parish Church with the Rev Catherine Beattie. Tenor: Jamie MacDougall.
From St Andrew's and St George's West Church with Edinburgh's German congregation.
In 1941 a flight crew crashed on Ben More Assynt. Mark Stephen visits their memorial.
In a personal search, Anna Magnusson explores the gospel stories after Jesus's crucifixion
In Scotland, Dr Beeching has been shunted into reverse as closed railway lines reopen.
Lively and entertaining late-night chat and debate
BBC Radio 5 live
A series of personal interview with Richard Holloway.
Ricky Ross and his guests stimulate, refresh and inspire your Sunday morning.
Series of personal interviews with Ricky Ross.
A journey through the life and music of American rock artist Nils Lofgren.
Ricky Ross celebrates American songcraft. Tonight Nanci Griffith joins him for a chat
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Paralympic medallist Karen Darke goes on a high-altitude bike ride from Tibet to Nepal.
A father-son bonding trip with the Tartan Army uncovers family secrets in Brazil.
A series that hears from people who live with someone affected by mental health issues
John Knox reports on what a difference ten years of devolution has made to people's lives
A dramatisation of the life of author Lewis Grassic Gibbon.
Captain's mate Lynn Ferguson uncovers the hidden history of women and piracy.
Adventurer Nick Hancock attempts to land on Rockall.
Rikki Lauderdale presents the rock and blues show.
Roddy Hart shines a spotlight on great songwriting, both contemporary and classic.
Edi Stark explores the thrills of roller derby - the world's fastest-growing female sport.
Rory Bremner hears from stars about how they will be spending Christmas.
Mark Beaumont reflects on the first ever attempt to row to the Magnetic North Pole.
Live coverage of the Queen as she opens the fourth session of Holyrood.
Kaye Adams and Bill Whiteford present live coverage of the royal wedding.
Bored pharmacist Ruby Chadha dreams of being an entrepreneur.