National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
Clare English speaks to Diana Appleyard about turning 50 and having a mid-life crisis. (R)
Celtic music from new talent and established favourites on the folk and world scene.
Clare English hears how middle age forced Robert to be true to himself,. (R)
An act of worship with Blair Robertson, chaplain to Glasgow's Southern General Hospital.
Ricky Ross consider why confessionals are no longer just between you and God.
Derek Bateman and guests analyse the stories making the headlines in the Sunday papers.
Douglas Fraser talks to Ashley Highfield, CEO of Johnston Press. (R)
Edi Stark meets the men who keep rocking into middle age.
Exports of to the far east are at a high and set to increase. How will demand be met? (R)
Inspiration for kids' packed lunches, how to make oil-free curries, and ideas for kale. (R)
Colin Donaldson and his band make a welcome return to the show. (R)
Clare English is joined by authors Peter May, Joanna Trollope and Jessica Fox. (R)
Janice Forsyth previews the 2013 Glasgow Film Festival and discusses Django Unchained. (R)
Jo Williams talks about bringing a child into the world through sperm donation. (R)
Jamie MacDougall gets top tips from the BBC SSO's horn section on how to like a Valkyrie. (R)
Gary West features music from the Boghall and Bathgate Caledonia Pipe Band. (R)
Stephen Duffy presents a celebration of Dame Cleo Laine, the first lady of British jazz. (R)
Featuring an interview and session with Americana singer-songwriter Father John Misty. (R)
Clare English hears how dating expert Paula Rosdol met over 100 men to find her Mr Right. (R)
A selection of the best of Radio Scotland's music repertoire to take you through the night
John Cavanagh revisits his popular Songlines series with the stories behind iconic songs.
All the news, travel, sport and weather you need to know to start your day.
Monday 21 January 2013