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How Dangerous – with Dick and Dom
How Dangerous is your School?
Dick and Dom visit a school to investigate the science of noise, and PE..
How Dangerous is your Garden?
Dick and Dom get stuck into a worm-charming challenge, and explore the science of plants.
Greek Myths in Scots
'Theseus and the Minotaur' and 'Pandora's Box'
Two classic Greek tales, retold in modern Scots.
'King Midas' and 'Helen and Aphrodite'
Two classic tales retold in a modern Scots setting, by Alan Bissett.
History under your feet
Archaeology for Beginners
Tony Pollard explores how objects dug up out the ground can reveal Scotland's history.
Digging for Bannockburn
Can archaeology help?
A sense of history 2
Recollections of childhood in Scotland to encourage pupils to seek out oral histories for themselves.
Making the Commonwealth Games
The world gets ready for Glasgow 2014
The Queen's Baton Relay, life in Team Scotland, and creating the athletes' village.
Behind the scenes preparations
The athletes step up their training, and Glasgow's sporting venues get ready too ...
Drug testing, nutrition and volunteers
Iain Stirling finds out more about what it takes to run an international sporting event.
Crossing the finishing line
Medals, sport psychology, and the lasting legacy of Glasgow 2014
Ghost Stories 1
'The White Lady' and 'The Auld Man of Littledean', by Alan Bissett, told in Scots.
Ghost Stories 2
Two spine-tinglers, 'The Candle' and 'The Funeral March', written by Alan Bissett
The School That Went to War Explored
Digging for Research
Duddingston Primary learn how to do research at Portobello Library and discover WW1 food.
Behind the Scenes
Duddingston Primary pupils learn how Portobello High School tracked WW1 soldiers' lives.
Authors Live Radio
Author Chae Strathie invites us into his home to tell us about how he writes his books.
Janice Forsyth meets Scottish poet Jackie Kay
Bestselling author Liz Pichon is interviewed by some of her fans
Danny Wallace discusses his new venture, writing for children.
Ariel’s Story and Two Face
The Tempest and Romeo and Juliet provide the inspiration for two new stories.
Hex Factor and Fairies Be Gone
New writing featuring characters from Macbeth and Midsummer Night's Dream.
An introduction to words and phrases in Scottish Gaelic, presented by Eoghan Macdonald.
An introduction to words and phrases in German, presented by Eoghan Macdonald.
An introduction to words and phrases in Mandarin, presented by Eoghan Macdonald.
An introduction to words and phrases in Italian.
An introduction to words and phrases in Spanish, presented by Eoghan Macdonald.
An introduction to words and phrases in French, presented by Eoghan Macdonald.
Feel the Music
The weird and wonderful sounds made with voices from Carmina Burana to David Bowie.
Guitars to sitars, drums to didgeridoos … How musicians use instruments to make music.
Call to Action
From work to politics, music can motivate in lots of different way.
Getting the Message
How music affects our emotions in TV programmes, films, games and adverts.
Moving with the Times
Exploring ground breaking music and how musicians are influenced by what's around them.
Apps, Games and Monsters
Martel Maxwell finds out about digital technology and creativity.
Teamwork, prototypes and selling your idea
Martel Maxwell finds out what it takes to turn your digital invention into a success.
Sergio's Storytelling Secrets
How to create exciting plots and characters
Screenwriter Sergio Casci shares some simple but powerful creative writing techniques.
Ideas ... and where to find them
Ideas are at the heart of any story, but what if your mind's gone blank?
How to make good stories great
Sergio Casci compiles a set of top tips for improving your creative writing.
Catriona Shearer introduces some of the biggest news stories of the year.
Catriona Shearer revisits five of the biggest news stories of the year.
Catriona Shearer revisits five news stories of the year
Catriona Shearer presents a round-up of news stories from recent months.
Catriona Shearer looks back at some of the big news stories of 2016.
Stargazing: Stars and Constellations
Two short stories about the night sky for second level primary children.
Once Upon a Time in Zombieville
Episodes 1 and 2
Jamie makes a friend at his new school. The sound of an explosion lures them to the mine
Episodes 3 and 4
Jamie's dad is in danger at the mine, and Dr Smillie lures Jamie and Sam into a trap.
Episodes 5 and 6
Sam and Jamie escape Dr Smillie’s clutches, only to find … they’re in Zombieville!
Episodes 7 and 8
As the zombies close in, Jamie, Sam and Abbey venture into the mine and make a discovery.
Welcome to My World
Alec and Jyotpreet
Scottish children Alec and Jyotpreet describe what it's like to speak two languages.
Sophie and Salahuddin
Meet Sophie and Salahuddin. They're both bilingual, speaking two languages fluently.
Iesa's new life in the countryside
Iesa lives in Scotland with his Pakistani family, and speaks both English and Urdu.
Life Stories: Making Malcolm's Monday and I Am Ella
Two short stories about real-life issues.
Cooking with History
The Romans in Scotland
Nick Nairn investigates the food eaten by the Romans in Scotland.
Secrets of a Plumber
Apprentice plumber Zoe Hume makes sure all the water in a building goes where it should!
Secrets of an Entrepreneur
Alex Barron had an idea for a business, and now runs his own company.
Secrets of a Space Engineer
Liam Quinn has always been fascinated by space, and he now has a job making satellites.
Secrets of a Vet Nurse
Jess Sneddon looks after animals having treatment in the vet practice where she works.
Secrets of a Personal Trainer
Personal trainer Kristeen Pollock shares the best, worst and yukkiest bits about her job.