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First broadcast ahead of 2014 Commonwealth Games, Pennie Latin explores competitiveness. (R)
Tom English tells the story of the pioneering Scots who brought golf to America. (R)
Undercover policeman Duncan MacLaughlin talks about his moment of fear. (R)
Scottish hip-hop artist Gavin Bain talks to Clare English about the pain of fame. (R)
Clare English meets Ainslie Henderson, who took part in the first Fame Academy TV series. (R)
Baker, food writer, television presenter and style icon Mary Berry. (R)
1/6 Allan Russell talks about how much sight really matters when it comes to being a father. (R)
Edi Stark talks to Italian chef and restaurateur Antonio Carluccio. (R)
Mark Stephen visits Glenesk in Angus and unearths a love affair from the early 1900s. (R)
Fred MacAulay and Susan Calman present highlights from their run at the Edinburgh Festival
Suzy discusses the emotional highs and lows of caring for her disabled sister Shelly. (R)
Contemporary drama by Danny McCahon in which a young mother is threatened with eviction. (R)
Mark Beaumont and Ghillie Basan join the team for some gourmet globetrotting! (R)
Music performances from Studio 1 in Glasgow including Simple Minds, Tori Amos and others.
Midge Ure delves into his personal music collection to reveal five special songs. (R)
Julia Sutherland presents stand-up comedy and music poking fun at the festive season. (R)
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Bryan Burnett with two hours of pop facts about some of your favourite songs and artists.
Live music from My Darling Clementine, Aoife O'Donovan, Zervas & Pepper and Blue Rose Code
Tom Morton highlights the career of Rick Rosas and plays songs by the Posies and the Who.