National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
Clare English is joined by Edinburgh Fringe favourites Ali McGregor and The Pajama Men. (R)
Fringe newbie Jamie Dalgleish meets veterans of the festival for Edinburgh survival tips.
Douglas Fraser asks why Scotland is not keeping up as an inventive nation.
Euan McIlwraith investigates the future of adventure licensing.
The nation's morning news programme with Isabel Fraser and Derek Bateman.
John Beattie and Rhona McLeod live from London with news from the Scots at the Olympics.
Celebrating poetry worldwide with a poem from Ukraine read by Hanna Shelest.
Another Off the Ball Edin Festival show with Pat Nevin, Daniel Sloss and Frank McAvennie.
Comprehensive coverage of Scottish football including live and exclusive commentary.
Scottish football's biggest and best phone-in programme, presented by Jim Traynor.
Featuring breaking news from across the world of sport.
Robbie Shepherd's guest is Jim Malcolm.
Gary West with the winning performances from the World Pipe Band Championships in Glasgow.
Bruce MacGregor is joined by singer-songwriter Dougie Maclean. (R)
Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull tells Tom Morton about his extraordinary musical career. (R)
Bruce MacGregor curates a selection of Celtic artists who have inspired and influenced him
Sunday 12 August 2012