A celebration of Scottish writers
New mother Mma Makutsi expands her business portfolio in an unexpected direction.
James Naughtie talks to Alexander McCall Smith about his novel 44 Scotland Street.
Iain Banks talks about his first novel The Wasp Factory.
Val McDermid joins readers to discuss The Mermaids Singing, the story of a serial killer.
AL Kennedy explores something uniquely intimate and comforting that begins in childhood.
James Naughtie talks to Ian Rankin about his books: Knots and Crosses and The Falls.
James Naughtie's guest is Carol Ann Duffy, one of the most widely read British poets.
Mma Ramotswe puts her intern on the case, while Mma Makutsi's restaurant raises eyebrows.
James Naughtie is joined by novelist Ali Smith to talk about her book Hotel World
J.K. Rowling on MS in Scotland, her passion for rugby and the power and myth of the shoe.
Gyles Brandreth praises the life of Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes.
Poet Douglas Dunn nominates the writer Robert Louis Stevenson.
Booker-shortlisted novelist Ali Smith and the art of the short story.
Front Row meets Trainspotting's creator to discuss its forthcoming prequel Skagboys.
Jackie Kay on her new collection of short stories, Reality, Reality.