National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
Susan Calman learns how to become a lady with the help of etiquette coach Penny Edge. (R)
Fiddler Lauren MacColl has a selection of favourite artists in the Celtic world and beyond
A Sunday morning act of worship with Rev Johnston McKay of St Cuthbert's Church, Saltcoats
Gaelic poet, author and actor Angus Peter Campbell talks about his career.
Shereen Nanjiani and her panel of guests discuss the week's top stories.
Business Scotland focuses on cutting energy costs.
As the world watches the pandas in Edinburgh zoo, Philip Dodd investigates their allure. (R)
Euan McIlwraith hears about a project supporting young people in East Ayrshire. (R)
6/8 Family histories and genealogy advice presented by Bill Whiteford.
Featuring the playing of Bruce Peebles and his Scottish dance band. (R)
Author Jon McGregor talks about the knack of coming up with a great title. (R)
Viggo Mortensen discusses his role as Sigmund Freud in A Dangerous Method. (R)
1/8 Elkie Brooks introduces Phil Cunningham to her five favourite songs. (R)
Jamie MacDougall plays the music of love, including Puccini and Cinema Paradiso.
Gary West Iain MacInnes with music from the Lothian and Borders police pipe band. (R)
Stephen Duffy presents a special edition of the show curated by saxophonist Bobby Wellins. (R)
Featuring an interview with Nashville singer-songwriter Gretchen Peters. (R)
How the Polish community in Inverness is faring in the current economic climate. (R)
A selection of the best of Radio Scotland's music repertoire to take you through the night
Janice Forsyth is at the movies with a selection of cinematic programmes.
Nina Spence presents Morning Briefing - all you need to know to start your day.
Monday 13 February 2012