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Fresh-faced funnyman Teddy bares his soul to Janice Forsyth on the Comedy Cafe.
As Radio 5 Live.
Adil Ray follows the inaugural campaign to correct UK architecture's ethnic imbalance. (R)
Join Euan McIlwraith and Helen Needham for skiffs, bees and treasure.
Lively debate on the week's main news stories, presented by Derek Bateman.
National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
A preview of the sporting week with John Beattie and Katie Still.
Janice Forsyth talks to Paul Rodgers, singer and frontman with Free, Bad Company and Queen
1/4 Barbara Rafferty, John Mackay, Raymond Mearns and Elaine Mackenzie Ellis join Miles Jupp. (R)
1/4 Lewis Macleod, the new voice of Postman Pat, talks to Susan Calman. (R)
The most petty and ill-informed football show on radio!
Comprehensive coverage of Scottish football including live commentary and news.
1/7 Chick Young interviews former Celtic and Rangers managers about managing the Old Firm.
Featuring breaking news from across the world of sport.
1/12 Liz Clark meets Marlene Smith, wife of former SFA chief executive Gordon Smith.
Weather reports for the agricultural industry.
Robbie Shepherd brings you a session from Donald MacLeod and his band.
Iain Macinnes with music and news from the piping world.
6/8 Robert Burns is the focus and Barbara's guest is young Scottish singer Emily Smith. (R)
Sunday 23 May 2010