A selection of the best of Radio Scotland's music repertoire to take you through the night
John Cavanagh presents a special Beatles Zone celebrating pop's iconic boy band.
3/5 Billy Kay on the rise of nationalism in the 1960s and the effect of Winnie Ewing's victory (R)
National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
4/4 Christopher Brookmyre talks to his parents about how his upbringing inspired his writing.
The story of Faslane Peace Camp, Scotland's longest-running protest camp.
The nation's morning news programme, presented by Gary Robertson and Hayley Millar.
Graham asks if fad diets and exercise regimes should be banned from January magazines.
Non-stop laughs with a look back at the best comedy from the Edinburgh Festival shows.
John Beattie teams up with Pennie Latin for a global food feast straight from the heart!
Janice Forsyth interviews Billy Connolly and Gerard Butler about their upcoming films.
4/4 Dan McDuff investigates a murdered window dresser, a pencil, a parachute and a cardigan.
Bringing you seriously good music including the best new releases.
Breaking news and sport from Scotland, the UK and around the world.
Radio Scotland's football magazine which puts a Scottish slant on the world of football.
Bryan asks for the songs that sum up your amazing year.
Jim Mason brings you comprehensive coverage of the rugby.
A special programme celebrating 100 years since the birth of Woody Guthrie. (R)
Frightened Rabbit, Rachel Sermanni and Discopolis in concert at the Edinburgh Festival. (R)
Janice Forsyth interviews Billy Connolly and Gerard Butler about their upcoming films. (R)
4/4 Dan McDuff investigates a murdered window dresser, a pencil, a parachute and a cardigan. (R)
Des Clarke presents comedy highlights from BBC Radio Scotland in 2012.
Saturday 29 December 2012