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National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
Janice Forsyth taps into the funny business of comedy in Scotland and around the world. (R)
Justin Moorhouse presents a celebration of working class comedy.
Susan Morrison uncovers the Titanic's fateful predecessor, the Norge disaster of 1904. (R)
Out of Doors hears about the Seton Fields Community Company's plans in East Lothian.
Lively debate on the week's main news stories, presented by Derek Bateman.
Get your sporting weekend off to a great start with John Beattie and Rhona McLeod.
Celebrating poetry worldwide with a poem from Samoa read by Lawrence Ah Ching.
Janice Forsyth chats to actor Martin Clunes and Michele Stodart from The Magic Numbers.
Tune in this Saturday when Stuart and Tam are joined by Tommy McLean and Tony Higgins.
All the build-up to the 3pm Scottish football kick-offs with breaking news and interviews.
Scottish football's biggest and best phone-in programme, presented by Jim Traynor.
Featuring breaking news from across the world of sport.
Ian Cruickshanks and his Scottish dance band make a most welcome return to the show.
Gary West with music from the Donald MacLeod Memorial piping competition in Stornoway.
Join Bruce MacGregor for a special edition with acoustic guitarist Tony McManus. (R)
1/6 Clive Anderson is joined by guests Rory Bremner, Toma Allen and Alex Horne. (R)
Annie Grace selects some of her favourite programmes from the Celtic world and beyond.
Sunday 8 April 2012