Presented by Roddy Hart, Lewis Capaldi performs and chats with a live audience.
Enjoy live performances from the foyer at BBC Radio Scotland's Pacific Quay.
Folk singer Kate Rusby and Martin Green of Scottish folk trio Lau join Roddy this week.
Roddy chats to Blue Rose Code and Hazel of Lanterns On The Lake about their new albums.
Fran Healy and Lianne La Havas in conversation and Travis and Field Music recorded live.
Festival highlights from Simple Minds, Noel Gallagher, Amy Macdonald and Nadine Shah.
Roddy is joined by Jack Steadman of Bombay Bicycle Club and Margaret Glaspy.
Roddy's guests this week are Ron Sexsmith and Grammy nominated duo The Secret Sisters.
Roddy Hart catches up with Jack Savoretti and Mike McKenzie.
Tom Grennan and Courtney Marie Andrews chat to Roddy about their new music.
Roddy Hart is live from Pacific Quay with a host of friends dropping in remotely.
Singer-songwriter Craig Finn dials in from New York to talk about his Record Store Day LP.
KT Tunstall joins Roddy from LA and Callum Beattie performs acoustically.
Roddy Hart is live from Glasgow with a host of friends dropping in remotely.
A selection of some of the best performances from Radio Scotland's live music show.
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Highlights from Pictish Trail, Ren Harvieu, Billy Lockett, Rick Redbeard and Olivia Lane.
Roddy Hart welcomes Tide Lines and The Wind And The Wave this week.
Roddy Hart is joined by Ren Harvieu and Rick Redbeard for a night of gothic torchsongs.
A night of bold psychedelia with Pictish Trail and acoustic folk-rock from Snowgoose.
Performance highlights from King Creosote, Isobel Campbell, Rachael Dadd and Chartreuse.
Performing live are singer-songwriter Billy Lockett and rising country star Olivia Lane.
Roddy Hart presents King Creosote and Iona Fyfe and The Auldeners.
Roddy Hart’s guests are Isobel Campbell and My Darling Clementine.
Highlights from Jake Bugg, James Grant & The Hallelujah Strings, Hipsway and more.
Roddy Hart presents Rachael Dadd and Chartreuse from Cottiers in Glasgow.
Roddy Hart presents sets from singer Keeley Forsyth and acoustic troubadour Rory Butler.