Science Festival director Simon Gages discusses the relationship between science and art.
Clare discusses whether factual TV programmes are filling the gap left by our schools.
Carol Campbell talks about the legacy of her late husband, painter Steven Campbell.
The Radio Cafe takes a look at artist Jack Vettriano's first exhibition in four years.
Edinburgh International Festival director Jonathan Mills reveals the 2010 lineup.
Clare English goes behind the scenes at the National Museum of Scotland.
On his 80th birthday, broadcaster and musician Jimmie MacGregor reflects on his career.
Provocative discussions, inspiring guests and news with Clare English.
Janice Forsyth talks to writer Natasha Walter and PinkStinks campaigner Abi Moore.
Janice Forsyth speaks to the writing duo behind new BBC Scotland comedy Burnistoun.
Clare English finds out what will be the collectable items of the future.
Janice Forsyth presents provocative discussion, inspiring guests and news.
Janice Forsyth looks into modern cycling culture.
How much influence does King Tut's Wah Wah Hut have on your CD collection?
Clare English reveals the story behind the Sir John Ross beef can.
Janice Forsyth talks to a-ha's Magne Furuholmen about his career as a visual artist.
Clare finds out about the rise of tea culture.
Janice Forsyth talks to award-winning playwright Douglas Maxwell.
We continue the History of the World project with the story behind Marianne's trunk.
Janice Forsyth goes behind the scenes of Rab C Nesbitt, meeting the show's stars.
Clare English launches A History of the World.
A look at the role of composer Robert Schumann in the evolution of the symphony.
Clare English talks to the winner of the 2010 Aspect Prize.
Janice Forsyth talks to playwright Gregory Burke about what motivates him.
Stuart Kelly talks to China Mieville about his book The City and the City.
Janice Forsyth talks to Donald Runnicles, the new chief conductor of the BBC SSO.
Chris Kane, James Lavery and Anne Ellis to consider Scotland's love affair with pantomime.
Join Clare English as we look forward to a couple of Christmas TV treats.