National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
Despite the danger, more people are joining the army in Scotland. John Beattie asks why. (R)
Lori Watson presents a collection of the best New Young Scottish Fiddlers.
A Sunday morning act of worship with Father Roddy Johnston.
Milja Radovic talks to Ricky Ross about life in the former Yugoslavia during the 1990s.
Celebrating worldwide poetry with a poem from Denmark read by Tina Steenberg.
Shereen Nanjiani and her panel of guests discuss the week's top stories.
Douglas Fraser takes an in depth look at unemployment and the future of work.
3/5 Clare English Speaks to former MOD employee about his job investigating UFO sightings. (R)
We look at the achievements of community ownership on the island of Gigha. (R)
Theresa Talbot and her panel of experts are on hand to answer all your gardening queries.
Robbie Shepherd has music from Charlie Kirkpatrick and his Scottish dance band. (R)
David Hayman talks about performing Philip Larkin's jazz-inspired poetry and prose. (R)
The Movie Cafe hears all about the Festival of Silent Cinema at the Hippodrome. (R)
6/8 Folk singer Kate Rusby chats to Phil Cunningham and chooses her favourite songs. (R)
Jamie MacDougall celebrates Mothers Day with music from Pavarotti to Pergolesi.
Gary West features music from Dr Angus MacDonald from Braes in Skye. (R)
Richard Michael looks at Erroll Garner and Ryan Quigley chats about his Big Band Concert. (R)
Featuring an interview and live music from progressive bluegrass band Punch Brothers. (R)
Jane Williams explores how kids with chronic conditions learn to look after themselves. (R)
John Cavanagh sits in for Ravi Sagoo with the best of Radio Scotland's music repertoire.
Janice Forsyth introduces a piano special.
Celebrating worldwide poetry with a poem from Mauritius read by Vanita Dowlul.
All the news, travel, sport and weather you need to know to start your day.
Monday 19 March 2012