National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
Julia Sutherland talks about puns with Stuart Goldsmith and Bec Hill. (R)
Julia Sutherland explores the alumni of the Cambridge Footlights.
Douglas Fraser hears from one of the most powerful people in Britain, Keith Skeoch.
Euan McIlwraith asks whether community right to buy has been a success.
The nation's morning news programme with Isabel Fraser and Derek Bateman.
Bryan Burnett finds out whether the Olympics can inspire people to take up sport.
Mental preparation is just as important as physical training for winning Olympic gold. (R)
John Beattie and Rhona McLeod are live from London with news of the Scots at the Olympics.
Celebrating poetry worldwide with a poem from Switzerland read by Regi Claire.
Legendary entertainer Andy Cameron and web supremo Div McDonald join Stuart and Tam.
Comprehensive coverage of Scottish football including live and exclusive commentary.
Live coverage of USA v Columbia in the Olympic women's football from Hampden Park.
Robbie Shepherd digs into the archive for a 1978 session from Eric Goodfellow and his band
Gary West presents a retrospective of the playing career of Willie Morrison.
Bruce Macgregor is joined by Paddy Moloney, founder and leader of the The Chieftains. (R)
3/4 Davey Scott highlights Capercaillie's dynamic 1991 crossover album Delirium. (R)
Mark Stephen explores favourite places in Scotland and the music inspired by them.
Sunday 29 July 2012