National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
Susan Calman finds out if her obsession with Casualty would make her any good as a doctor. (R)
Radio Ulster's Neil Martin introduces a Celtic Nations special. (R)
1/8 Colin Macintyre introduces Phil Cunningham to five songs that are important to him. (R)
Programmes will resume at 07:05
Ricky Ross talks to Scotland's chief medical officer Harry Burns.
Programmes will resume at 10:05
Gillian Marles looks at how the games industry has moved from console to smartphone. (R)
Programmes will resume at 11:05
A look at why a conservation body has built a shooting range on a nature reserve. (R)
Programmes will resume at 15:45
Janice Forsyth previews The Hobbit with film critics Wendy Lloyd and Alistair Harkness. (R)
Programmes will resume at 19:05
Gary West chats with Canadian piper Iain MacDonald about his tutor Donald MacLeod. (R)
Programmes will resume at 00:00
Susan Morrison tells the story of a Catholic lady seeking revenge on a rotten husband. (R)
A selection of the best of Radio Scotland's music repertoire to take you through the night
Davie Scott selects an episode of For the Record, recalling a Kenneth McKellar recording.
All the news, travel, sport and weather you need to know to start your day.
Monday 17 December 2012