National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
8/8 Author Christopher Brookmyre speaks to comedian Mark Watson. (R)
Radio Ulster's Neil Martin introduces a Celtic Nations special. (R)
Elaine C Smith talks to Lois Beaumont about being a teenage mother. (R)
A Sunday morning act of worship from the City of Edinburgh Methodist Church.
Outdoor enthusiast and businesswoman Maud Tiso talks about her spirit of adventure.
Derek Bateman and guests analyse the stories making the headlines in the Sunday papers.
Douglas Fraser finds out about the huge growth in e-commerce. (R)
1/2 Drink, drugs, prostitution and religion - Louise Welsh delves into the origins of Mr Hyde.
Mark Stephen visits a Galloway farm taking a different approach to running a dairy herd. (R)
Theresa Talbot and her panel of experts are on hand to answer all your gardening queries.
Take the Floor embarks on its summer series and returns to Biggar with Alan Gardiner. (R)
Clare English interviews Ernest Hemingway's grandson, AM Homes and Jonathan Dimbleby. (R)
Janice Forsyth reviews Skyfall and comedian Ross Noble talks about comedy horror Stitches. (R)
Samantha Poling investigates 'the screening paradox'.
Billy Differ talks to John Wilson about his orchestra's new disc and celebrates Annie.
Gary West is joined by John Mulhearn from Troon. (R)
Stephen Duffy interviews saxophone superstar Courtney Pine. (R)
Ricky Ross introduces you to new and classic Americana and alternative country. (R)
5/5 Billy Kay on the coming of the Scots Parliament and the nationalists' hope for the future. (R)
A selection of the best of Radio Scotland's music repertoire to take you through the night
Stephen Duffy hosts a jazz-tinged Zone.
Monday 29 October 2012