National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
Susan Calman finds out if her obsession with Casualty would make her any good as a doctor. (R)
Radio Ulster's Neil Martin introduces a Celtic Nations special. (R)
1/8 Colin Macintyre introduces Phil Cunningham to five songs that are important to him. (R)
An act of worship with Canon Ian Paton, Rector of Old St Paul's Episcopal Church.
Ricky Ross talks to Scotland's chief medical officer Harry Burns.
Derek Bateman and guests analyse the stories making the headlines in the Sunday papers.
Gillian Marles looks at how the games industry has moved from console to smartphone. (R)
A look at why a conservation body has built a shooting range on a nature reserve. (R)
Theresa Talbot and her panel of experts are on hand to answer all your gardening queries.
Join Robbie Shepherd for a session from Alasdair MacLeod and his Scottish dance band. (R)
Join Clare English for a round up of the hottest Christmas titles for your stockings. (R)
Janice Forsyth previews The Hobbit with film critics Wendy Lloyd and Alistair Harkness. (R)
Edi Stark talks to Alexander Moffat, artist and former Glasgow Art School head of painting (R)
5/6 Mary Ann Kennedy explores the character of New York through its classical music. (R)
Gary West chats with Canadian piper Iain MacDonald about his tutor Donald MacLeod. (R)
Stephen Duffy looks back on Scottish jazz in 2012. (R)
Featuring the best Americana and alternative country music released in 2012. (R)
Susan Morrison tells the story of a Catholic lady seeking revenge on a rotten husband. (R)
A selection of the best of Radio Scotland's music repertoire to take you through the night
Davie Scott selects an episode of For the Record, recalling a Kenneth McKellar recording.
All the news, travel, sport and weather you need to know to start your day.
Monday 17 December 2012