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)
BBC Radio Scotland joins BBC Radio 5 live.
6/8 JJ Gilmour, former lead singer of The Silencers, selects five tracks from his collection. (R)
An act of worship with Blair Robertson, chaplain to Glasgow's Southern General Hospital.
Richard Holloway's guest is journalist, broadcaster and advice columnist Bel Mooney.
Derek Bateman and guests analyse the stories making the headlines in the Sunday papers.
Douglas Fraser talks to John Boyle about his career and the fate of Zoom Airlines. (R)
Out of Doors asks what effect the growing wild boar population will have on Fort William. (R)
Recipes for Chinese New Year, planting seed potatoes and wacky pancake toppings made live!
Robbie Shepherd brings you the sounds of Wayne Robertson and his Scottish dance band. (R)
Hilary Mantel, Christopher Brookmyre, Amy Sackville and Jonathan Meres join Clare English. (R)
Vic Galloway chats to stars of Wreck-It Ralph, John C Reilly and Sarah Silverman. (R)
2/5 Jennifer Tracey meets two people from the former Soviet Union who now live in Scotland. (R)
Jamie MacDougall finds out more about Vaughan Williams' most popular piece of music.
Gary West presents the Strathclyde Police Pipe Band in concert at Celtic Connections. (R)
Stephen Duffy celebrates the 85th year of Dame Cleo Laine, the first lady of British jazz. (R)
Ricky Ross has a session and interview with Canadian alt-country band Cowboy Junkies. (R)
Tim Robbins, star of The Shawshank Redemption, leads acting classes in LA's Norco Prison. (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.
All the news, travel, sport and weather you need to know to start your day.
Monday 11 February 2013