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Karen Miller Karen Miller | 00:01 UK time, Tuesday, 28 December 2010

Here are the BBC Radio Scotland highlights for September 2010 as recorded on the BBC Radio Scotland blog...

The biggest story of September was the Papal Visit. Elizabeth Quigley wrote an interesting blog relating to her programme From John Paul to Benedict - A Tale of Two Popes.

By September we were receiving weekly blogs from Tom Morton (his Top Tales) and Cathy MacDonald. In this month Shereen Nanjiani joined the party sharing with us details of her programme and extended versions of her interviews, beginning with Ardal O'Hanlan.

Janice Forsyth interviewed Fran Healy and unearthed a couple of songs by his original band Glass Onion, she also had a session from KT Tunstall. Another Country with Ricky Ross had a show devoted to Johnny Cash and an interview with Avi Buffalo, Caitlin Rose and two of country music's living legends: Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson.

Janice Forsyth with Fran Healy

Janice Forsyth with Fran Healy

September saw the broadcast of the two part drama Legacy which came with an online game. Brendan Crowther, the producer of the game, told us more.

We also heard more about BBC Radio Scotland programmes Rain, Make My Teenager Sleep and The Culture Zone's Marshall and Me.

MacAulay and Co had Jean Michel Jarre as a live guest, they also heard about the psychology of food, and Richard Cadey modelled a pair of sexy blue stilletos...

Richard Cadey's stilletos

Richard Cadey's stilletos

And last, but not least, Travelling Folk returned with new presenter Bruce MacGregor at the helm.


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