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National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
7/8 Mary Chapin Carpenter shares five tracks from her personal record collection. (R)
A Sunday morning act of worship with the Rev Canon Alison Peden.
Debora Kemby talks about working with victims of domestic abuse in DR Congo.
Ken MacDonald and guests look through the stories making the headlines.
Douglas Fraser marks International Women's Day on Business Scotland. (R)
4/5 Kim Macleod talks about leaving her job in HR to try to make the people of Scotland happy. (R)
Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith with the latest outdoor activities. (R)
Albert Roux talks about the Chefs Adopt a School project, plus advice on cooking liver. (R)
Robbie Shepherd has The Burns Brothers Ceilidh Band in session. (R)
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Nina Persson, frontwoman with The Cardigans, talks to Janice about her solo career. (R)
Bruce MacGregor chats to acoustic guitarist Tony McManus. (R)
Gary West has another chance to hear the Scott Wood Trio in concert. (R)
Ricky celebrates the songwriting of Townes Van Zandt, plus an interview with Shawn Colvin. (R)
Tom Morton highlights the career of Scottish musician Simon Neil in Local Hero.
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