A topical guide to life in the Scottish outdoors.
Politics chat with the latest goings on at Holyrood and Westminster through the eyes of BBC Scotland journalists.
Interviews with the stars of today, memories from legends of the game plus the latest news, the BBC Scotland rugby team keeps you across everything in the world of Scottish rugby
Keep up to date with Scottish football with the BBC Scottish football podcast. Breaking stories and insights into our national game.
Topical comedy panel show takes a satirical view of the week's headlines.
A weekly round-up of GMS’s Weekend Edition’s highlights. Gordon Brewer, Isabel Fraser and Bill Whiteford present an hour-long digest of Saturday and Sunday’s breakfast shows.
Scottish football gets a kicking from BBC Radio Scotland’s Off the Ball, presented by Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan.
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Tunes into current film, TV, arts, theatre and music across Scotland.
The tastiest podcast around, Tam Cowan discovers the people turning Scotland into a proud food nation.
The big interviews and sporting debate from Scotland and beyond.
The history podcast for people who don't like history... and those who do. Greg Jenner brings together the best names in comedy and history to learn and laugh about the past.
The history of Scotland’s witch hunts revealed with Susan Morrison.
There is no better time than now to get your personal finances in shape. Kim McAllister and Eileen Adamson help you make the most from what you got and learn how to make more.
A missing woman. A brutal killing. And a world of sex, rape, lies and murder. After four years of investigation, journalist Sam Poling confronts the man she believes killed Emma.
A behind the scenes look at the investigation into the Alistair Wilson murder, one of Scotland’s most baffling unsolved cases. Presented by Fiona Walker.
An ambitious exploration of the arts in Scotland in which a range of artists take us on 15-minute 'personal journeys' illustrating their inspiration and the lineage of their artform.
Pennie Latin explores the science behind our everyday experiences and speaks to key scientists working in Scotland.
Susan Morrison explores the rich and sometimes murky depths of Scotland's past.
Weekly highlights from our religious/ethical programme BBC Radio Scotland's Sunday Morning with Ricky Ross.
Iain Stewart takes a walk through some of Scotland's most intriguing landscapes, revealing how human activity has shaped the land we see today.
Helping you get the best from Scotland's wonderful natural larder with weekly recipes, reviews, tips and delicious ideas from some of Scotland's top chefs!
In celebration of the 250th anniversary of Robert Burns - over 300 poems have been recorded by actors from all generations. Visit bbc.co.uk/robertburns for more from Robert Burns.
Poetry from around the Commonwealth. A poem from every competing nation and territory sent to Glasgow for the 2012 Commonwealth Games, capturing the essence of the Commonwealth.
The making of Classic Scottish pop and rock albums with musician Davie Scott.
Gillian Russell introduces a mix of personal stories, kit and app reviews, expert advice and the latest fitness news to help listeners get the best out of their mind and body
Janice Forysth with news and reviews of the latest movie releases, interviews with the stars and directors of the moment and what to look out for in new DVD releases. Plus updates and features on what's happening in the world of film around Scotland.
Political news, discussions and analysis, plus a round-up of the Sunday papers with our guest reviewers.
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An audio showcase of new writing in Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland.
Welcome to the Ray Harryhausen Podcast, the show dedicated to the life, career and films of a special effects titan!
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Welcome to the LabourTALK Podcast. This podcast is produced by Glasgow Pollok Constituency Labour Party (CLP) member John Beattie. Subscribe for interviews from various Labour Party personnel discussing the current and relevant political issues from all levels of governance, including Local Authority, Scottish Parliament and Westminster. This is not an official Labour Party podcast. It is produced by Labour Party members to put forward progressive ideas and promote Labour Party policy, value ...
Sir John Curtice, Senior Fellow at the UK in a Changing Europe explains the inevitability of SNP becoming Scotland's largest party at the local elections, how the Scottish Greens are heading for a record performance, and the unlikelihood of the Alba party winning any seats.By The UK in a Changing Europe
Ian McGeechan and Jim Telfer on the ’97 Lions tour and their XV for this year’s seriesBy BBC Radio Scotland
Maurice Ross talks about his making of racially insensitive comments and their consequences. Also, the manager of the year nominations are out and Partick Thistle's celebrations.By BBC Radio Scotland
Deputy Director Paula Surridge explains why these local elections are important give that they are the first elections since the General Election 2019 and the first election under Keir Starmer's leadership.She goes on to explain what would translate a good night for the Conservatives and what would be a good result for Labour Party to claim a victo…
Premiership play-off reaction from Dunfermline v Raith Rovers, young player of the year shortlist unveiled and Uefa licence setback for St MirrenBy BBC Radio Scotland
Steven Pressley joins Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan for more Football, Sunday Papers, Birthdays and Anniversaries, Elvis Tunes and the Terracing Teaser.By BBC Radio Scotland
Kenny Macintyre is joined by Ian McCall, Shelley Kerr, Darryl Broadfoot, Anton Ferdinand & Tom English to discuss Partick Thistle, social media boycotts and CelticBy BBC Radio Scotland
They discuss Ken's portrait of Sue, showing at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.By BBC Radio Scotland
Kim and Eileen sit down with two female entrepreneurs to find out what to consider when looking for investment. They hear about how the women have grown their own successful businesses and why they're helping others to follow in their footsteps.By BBC Radio Scotland
Reaction and analysis as Rangers win the final Old Firm match of the season and now sit two games away from an unbeaten league season.By BBC Radio Scotland
Guests include Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies, Professor Sir John Curtice from the University of Strathclyde, political sociologist at the University of Bristol Paula Surridge and Plaid Cymru leader Adam PriceBy BBC Radio Wales
We round up a dramatic day in the Scottish Premiership. As the season nears completion the bottom three teams are now separated by just three points with two games left to play.By BBC Radio Scotland
Coronavirus and Scottish football, Overshadowed, One Word - Congratulations, Your Unforgettable H & The Porridge XI with Michael Grant & Professor Jason LeitchBy BBC Radio Scotland
Mark and Euan with birdsong from across Scotland and we also celebrate Beltane.By BBC Radio Scotland
News, analysis and features from Good Morning Scotland’s Weekend Edition.By BBC Radio Scotland
Post-match reaction and analysis to the final Championship league games as Hearts beat Raith 4-0, Dundee clinch 2nd place & Morton finish 9th and face a play-off to survive.By BBC Radio Scotland
Interviews with Leonie Bell, Sophie McKinlay, Mairi MacKenzie, Gayle Anderson, Stine HopeBy BBC Radio Scotland
Politicians insist that the Holyrood election on 6 May could be one of the most important in Scotland's history. But on average, almost half of the electorate don't actually vote in these polls. Who are the silent Scots who don't take part in the democratic process, and what's holding them back? Political correspondent, Phil Sim, meets the ‘silent …
We hear from Ian McCall, Alan Rough, Zac Rudden and Gary Holt as Partick Thistle return the Championship beating title rivals Falkirk 5-0.By BBC Radio Scotland
The Prime Minister faces questions over the funding of the No. 10 flat refurbishment. Chris Mason joins the team to discuss the allegations facing PM Boris Johnson, and what kind of impact it may or may not have on the Holyrood election next week. Following the allegations he said he would rather see "bodies pile high" than take the country into a …
Grant Stott talks to Peter McAleese & Doc filmmaker David Whitney about Killing EscobarBy BBC Radio Scotland
The upcoming Scottish Parliament election could have a critical impact on the future of the Union, with the issue of independence dominating the election campaign, alongside Covid-19 recovery. Currently, polls suggest there will be another pro-independence majority in the parliament.Speakers were:Professor Nicola McEwen, Co-Director, Centre on Cons…
Scottish parties are pledging to tackle climate change, but is it a vote winner? Lucy and Phil are joined by Environmental Politics expert Darrick Evensen to discuss what parties are promising in their manifestos ahead of the Holyrood election next week. How much does the general public care about environmental policies, especially during a pandemi…
Line of Duty star Martin Compston submits to an interrogation from The Afternoon Show.By BBC Radio Scotland
The results of our 'Harryhausen Lost Movies' poll are in! Join us for Episode 36, as John Walsh & Connor Heaney count through the top ten unmade Ray Harryhausen projects, as voted upon by fans worldwide. To help us in exploring these lost treasures, we are joined by Ray's daughter Vanessa, alongside Richard Holliss, Mark Wolf, Gregory Kulon, Mike H…
Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith chat to Roger about the remarkable life of the Manxie.By BBC Radio Scotland
Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams' friendship and rivalry spanned nearly 40 years.By BBC Radio Scotland
Speaking to Mariella Frostrup on Times Radio, Dr Alan Wager, Research Associate explains what the latest data from surveys and focus groups tell us about what voters think about Boris Johnson's government, how this will impact the local elections and whether they care about the drama surrounding the news stories concerning the Tory sleaze row.…
Speaking on LBC, Research Associate Dr Alan Wager, explains what news stories grab voter's attentions, whether they care about foreign policy and to what extent voters take interest in the drama behind scandalous stories.By The UK in a Changing Europe
Senior Research Fellow Jill Rutter looks at the latest row from Dominic Cummings and the Conservative Cabinet, how it will impact the Prime Minister's credibility, and whether voters are fed up with the Government.By The UK in a Changing Europe
Senior Research Fellow, Jill Rutter on the Greensill scandal, whether this Government is playing by the rules and how Ministers need to adhere to the Ministerial code.By The UK in a Changing Europe
Deputy Director Paula Surridge explains what the local elections mean, how people vote and why local elections always see a low turnout from the electorate.By The UK in a Changing Europe
Archie Brennan is recognised internationally as the undisputed master of modern tapestry.By BBC Radio Scotland
Political news, discussions and analysis. Guests include Wales Labour leader Mark Drakeford, Abolish the Welsh Assembly Party leader Richard Suchorzewski, Wales Green Party's leader Anthony Slaughter and writer, broadcaster and playwright Bonnie Greer. Plus a round up of the Sunday papers with guest reviewers Betsan Powys and Glynn Pegler.…
Super leagues, daft ideas, libraries and tartan + the Shark XIBy BBC Radio Scotland
With Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith.By BBC Radio Scotland
News, analysis and features from Good Morning Scotland’s Weekend Edition.By BBC Radio Scotland
Colin Gregor, Peter Wright & Tom English assess Edinburgh's win over Zebre in the Pro14 Rainbow Cup. Plus post match reaction from Edinburgh coach Richard Cockerill.By BBC Radio Scotland
Bill Forsyth, Clare Grogan and Alex Norton share Gregory's Girl memoriesBy BBC Radio Scotland
Des Clarke hosts Scotland's award-winning satirical news quiz.By BBC Radio Scotland
Greg Jenner is joined by historian Prof Benjamin Reiss and comedian Desiree Burch in 19th-century America to meet the self-proclaimed showman, P.T. Barnum. He was a man famous for his museums and shows as well as "curiosities" such as General Tom Thumb, Bearded Ladies and The Fiji Mermaid. But look beyond Barnum’s infamous spin and you’ll find that…
The team talks Scottish party manifestos and frozen treats as the sun shines, including what the public mood around the election seems to be, and the impact turnout may have on the results. With two weeks to go until polling day, the manifestos from all five major parties are out, and the team discuss what promises are being made to the electorate,…
Illustrator Chris Riddell on a new edition of Douglas Adams classic as it turns 42.By BBC Radio Scotland