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Edi Stark investigates if the law and science are at odds in the 'sleepwalking defence'.
Novelist AL Kennedy investigates revenants, Scotland's medieval equivalent of the zombie.
Buzz Aldrin tells the story of the 1969 moon landing.
Series featuring walks through Scotland's richest historical landscapes
Iain Stewart reveals the impact of human activity on Scotland's most intriguing landscapes
Part of the BBC's Family Wanted campaign
Carols and reflection as Christmas morning approaches.
Words and carols as Christmas morning approaches, led by the Very Rev Graham Forbes.
Christmas carols and readings from Jordanhill Parish Church in Glasgow.
Carols from Longforgan Church with the Rev Dr Alison Jack and the Rev Dr Marjory MacLean.
Midnight carols and reflection from St Mary's Parish Church, Haddington.
Carols and reflections on the Christmas story from Colinton Parish Church, Edinburgh.
Midnight carols and reflection from Greyfriars Kirk with the Reverend Richard Frazer.
Carols from St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, Edinburgh, plus stories of the Mercy Ships.
Midnight carols and reflection to usher in Christmas Day with the Right Rev Russell Barr.
Jonathan Watson and the team take an irreverent look at the week's news
The art of writing great lyrics is revealed by musician Davie Scott
A chance to hear stories and items from the archives.
Tom Rendall explores the Orkney dialect.
The Lerwick Jarl Squad present a dedications programme on the eve of the fire festival.
On the eve of Shetland's biggest fire festival, a special dedications programme.
Lerwick Jarl Squad present a dedications programme on the eve of the fire festival.
Anna Magnusson hears stories of the WWII Arctic Convoys and marks the two-minute silence.
Richard Cadey follows the Tartan Army to Paris and witnesses a famous football victory.
Chris Kane talks to people who received life-changing amounts of money
Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit returns in a new Scottish translation.
Aileen Clarke meets servicemen to find out if it really is good to be home again.
Mary Ann Kennedy meets a group of former Wrens.
Ann Marwick looks back on her time as county archivist.
Orcadian version of Call My Bluff
Connections between Good Friday and everyday life are found at a South Leith food bank.
Journalist Pennie Taylor talks to people who lived through traumatic events
What do women really want from men these days?
Have we been really bad at teaching our own history? Lesley Riddoch investigates
Edi Stark asks: what's inside the Singing Kettle?
Radio star Jay Crawford had his career cruelly cut short by tinnitus. This is his story.
Ravi Sagoo joins two Glasgow singletons at Europe's largest matchmaking festival.
Mel Giedroyc talks to Judy Murray, Scottish tennis coach and British Fed Cup team captain.
Gillian Marles talks to 'mumpreneurs' about the reality of juggling babies with business.
When pop music and politics collide the result is good music and a great story
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Mark Stephen discovers how Antarctica's seals are helping in scientific research.
Tom Morton explores the spookiest time of the year in the Northern Isles.
George Robinson tells the story of the wreck of two American troop carriers off Islay.
Tom Morton explores Scotland's original enthusiasm for banning the demon drink
Join musician Bruce McGregor and friends chatting about and singing carols together.
Three people talk about the impact of suddenly becoming the primary carer for a relative.
Douglas Fraser on Scotland's biggest ever infrastructure project.
Jim Spence joins football fans across Scotland as they attempt to lost weight.
Esther W explains why she believes her silence caused the Orkney child abuse scandal.
Lindsay Cannon assesses the fire damage dealt to the Dumfries Silver Flowe blanket bog.
Drama by Edwin Stiven following the events of a mountain rescue operation in the Highlands
Essential listening for country and western fans
Lorraine Kelly presents Wet Wet Wet's story in their own words.
Compelling stories from people who have experienced the loss of a loved one
Kaye Adams hears compelling stories from people who have lost loved ones
Liz Clark finds what it's like to be part of a sporting household.
Susan Morrison, a regular traveller on the M8, ventures off the motorway and into Whitburn
Miles Jupp investigates the strange case of the woman who may have invented James Bond.
BBC Radio 4
Edi Stark investigates how social networking sites have transformed the lives of women.
Clare English meets four inspirational women who have made it to the top of their field
Series exploring the stories of women from the past.
Another chance to hear from people who make their own music.
Mark Shiner finds out what's behind making an instrument
Edi Stark visits HMP Barlinnie to meet some of the officers from Scotland's largest jail.
Mary Ann Kennedy explores the character of Paris through its classical music.
A look at the world of football, with news of who's doing what across the globe
A service live from Glasgow Cathedral presented by James Naughtie with guest Colin Mackay.
Val McDermid finds out how Britain's writers contributed during the First World War.