National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
Radio star Jay Crawford had his career cruelly cut short by tinnitus. This is his story. (R)
Mary Ann Kennedy presents a collection of sessions and interviews with global music stars.
Elaine C Smith talks to Marianne about what it feels like when your mum develops dementia. (R)
An act of worship with Canon Ian Paton of Old St Paul's Episcopal Church, Edinburgh.
Ugandan-born journalist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown talks to Ricky Ross.
Derek Bateman and guests analyse the stories making the headlines in the Sunday papers.
Gillian Marles takes a walk around the Amazon fulfilment centre in Dunfermline. (R)
Fiona Walker asks how Scotland should deal with the oldest profession in the world.
Special programme featuring five winners from the My Favourite Place writing competition. (R)
Theresa Talbot and her panel of experts are on hand to answer all your gardening queries.
Take the Floor takes you back to Pitlochry Town Hall as part of its summer series. (R)
Clare English heralds the start of Book Week Scotland and looks at what is in store. (R)
Janice Forsyth hears from comedian and actor Steve Oram about black comedy Sightseers. (R)
Edi talks to poet Don Paterson at his home in Edinburgh. (R)
3/6 Mary Ann Kennedy explores the character of London through its classical music. (R)
Gary West looks back over the piping career of Jack Lee from British Columbia. (R)
Stephen Duffy presents the latest new releases and Shirley Horn is the week's Jazz Legend. (R)
Featuring an interview with American singer-songwriter Tift Merritt. (R)
Susan Morrison tells the story of radical journalist Helen Macfarlane. (R)
A selection of the best of Radio Scotland's music repertoire to take you through the night
Davie Scott presents a Zone celebrating some of Scotland's greatest albums.
All the news, travel, sport and weather you need to know to start your day.
Monday 3 December 2012