National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
Edi Stark is in conversation with Gaelic singer Julie Fowlis. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland joins BBC Radio 5 live.
7/8 Folk singer Emily Smith picks five songs that have played an important part in her life. (R)
An act of worship with Rev Dr L Dunbar of St Andrew's Muirhouse Parish Church, Edinburgh.
Diane Blood tells Richard the story of her battle against the medical establishment.
Derek Bateman and guests analyse the stories making the headlines in the Sunday papers.
Douglas Fraser re-visits a group first encountered in the Entrepreneurial Spark hatchery. (R)
Edi Stark talks to whisky expert Charlie Mclean. (R)
As farmers embrace the wind revolution, concerns are raised over the future of farming. (R)
Chefs Tony Singh, Michael Smith and Mark Greenaway design a special three-course menu.
Robbie Shepherd has the debut broadcast from Craig Paton and his Scottish dance band. (R)
Another chance to hear author Jonathan Coe in conversation with Clare English. (R)
Janice Forsyth reviews the new Die Hard movie and the next tween fantasy blockbuster. (R)
3/5 Jennifer Tracey hears from a migrant couple who met online and chose to live in Scotland. (R)
Jamie MacDougall plays iconic classical music.
Gary West has music from the bagad Sonerien An Oriant from Brittany. (R)
Stephen Duffy presents a special edition curated by vocalist and broadcaster Clare Teal. (R)
Featuring an interview with Nashville country star Marty Stuart. (R)
Featuring an interview and session with Chuck Prophet, formerly of Green On Red. (R)
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)
Monday 18 February 2013