National and international news update from BBC Radio Scotland.
2/2 Jane Franchi returns with classic 1980s sports quiz Supersport.
A selection of the best of Radio Scotland's music repertoire to take you through the night
Celebrating poetry worldwide with a poem from Israel read by Nurit Karol.
Pauline McLean celebrates the Edinburgh Book Festival with an authors' special.
Celebrating poetry worldwide with a poem from Panama read by Dr Javier Stanziola.
All the news, travel, sport and weather you need to know to start your day.
The nation's morning news programme, presented by Gary Robertson and Hayley Millar.
Glenn asks if you'd support exclusion zones for takeaway restaurants near schools.
Fred is live from the Fringe with guests including Tim Vine, Phill Jupitus and Danny Bhoy.
News, comment and discussion on the top stories of the day with John Beattie.
The first of the Edinburgh Festival shows, featuring The Two Worlds of Charlie F.
Ann Widdecombe explores the supernatural lore and legend of Dartmoor.
Fiona Shepherd joins Tom to review the latest CD releases.
Breaking news and sport from Scotland, the UK and around the world.
Bryan Burnett wants suggestions for songs about the Olympic city, London.
Frightened Rabbit, Rachel Sermanni and Discopolis in concert at the Edinburgh Festival.
Iain Anderson with country, folk, blues, soul and rock 'n' roll.
Celebrating poetry worldwide with a poem from Macedonia read by Arta Geguri.
Muriel Gray tells the story of the 1969 Rolling Stones gig at Altamont.
Celebrating poetry worldwide with poem from Libya read by Khaled El Mayet.
Tuesday 7 August 2012