National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
Edi Stark explores the thrills of roller derby - the world's fastest-growing female sport. (R)
A selection of the best of Radio Scotland's music repertoire to take you through the night
John Cavanagh revisits his Songlines series, exploring the stories behind iconic songs.
Journalism has changed - who'll land the best story: the young tyro or the old hack? (R)
Sharon Mascall investigates how in Australia, community sheds are saving lives. (R)
2/7 Poet and novelist Michael Rosen tells Stuart Cosgrove about five favourite books. (R)
1/5 Shereen Nanjiani speaks with her father about his upbringing in India. (R)
Douglas Fraser with the stories and issues making the news in business.
5/6 Donal McIntyre talks to Adam Holloway about living rough on the streets of London. (R)
2/6 Donal MacIntyre hears from Heather Brooke, who broke the story on MPs' expenses. (R)
Kaye asks whether men need their own political party to defend their rights.
Kettle on, feet up, and have a laugh as Fred tries to make some sense of modern life.
Brian Taylor's Big Debate is at The Bridge in Glasgow. (R)
Clare English meets author Rose Tremain at her London home to talk about her writing.
A drama by Audrey Gillan exploring the links between football and domestic abuse.
Tom plays new releases from Pulp, The Stereophonics, Caitlin Rose and Ron Sexsmith.
4/5 Stabbings, social work and sectarianism - the story of Glasvegas' debut album. (R)
2/5 Davey Scott discovers the story behind worldwide hit The Crossing by Big Country. (R)
Edie Stark talks to singer and bassist Jack Bruce about his career with rock band Cream. (R)
Bryan Burnett with two hours of songs you discovered via soundtracks.
Frightened Rabbit join Vic to perform an acoustic set and discuss their new album.
Iain Anderson with country, folk, blues, soul and rock 'n' roll.
Journalist and music-lover Paul English focuses on music that made the headlines.
All the news, travel, sport and weather you need to know to start your day.
Tuesday 19 February 2013