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.
Keep up to date with Scottish football with the BBC Scottish football podcast. Breaking stories and insights into our national game.
Scottish football gets a kicking from BBC Radio Scotland’s Off the Ball, presented by Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan.
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
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.
Topical comedy panel show takes a satirical view of the week's headlines.
Join Edi for the interview series which often treads where others wouldn't dare!
Tunes into current film, TV, arts, theatre and music across Scotland.
Susan Morrison explores the rich and sometimes murky depths of Scotland's past.
Ricky Ross in conversation with some of our most admired songwriters and musicians.
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.
Pennie Latin explores the science behind our everyday experiences and speaks to key scientists working in Scotland.
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.
The tastiest podcast around, Tam Cowan discovers the people turning Scotland into a proud food nation.
Insight and analysis from the Test Match Special team - including interviews with top players and special features.
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.
The big interviews and sporting debate from Scotland and beyond.
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!
Series exploring the place and nature of faith in today's world
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.
Iain Stewart takes a walk through some of Scotland's most intriguing landscapes, revealing how human activity has shaped the land we see today.
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.
A weekly programme that illuminates the mysteries and challenges the controversies behind the science that's changing our world.
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
John joined parents Richard and Suzanne Innes on the Kaye Adams Show to raise awareness about Huntington’s disease and the options available for couples who would like to start a family.
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 making of Classic Scottish pop and rock albums with musician Davie Scott.
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.
Tim Harford and the More or Less team try to make sense of the statistics which surround us. From BBC Radio 4
Investigating every aspect of the food we eat
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.
Scott Bryan, Hayley Campbell and Nihal Arthanayake with your weekly guide to the best (and worst) in new TV and streaming shows.
An audio showcase of new writing in Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland.
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Glasgow Warriors lose in the Champions Cup and the team discuss Scotland's 6N squadBy BBC Radio Scotland
Kevin Thomson joins us to reflect on Kelty Hearts' win over St JohnstoneBy BBC Radio Scotland
In early January several newspapers ran article claiming that ‘women are 32% more likely to die after operation by male surgeon. If true, this is a terrifying figure but is all as it seems? We dig into the data to find out whether women should really be worried about having a male surgeon.By BBC Radio 4
In this episode Sheila Dillon is joined by a chef, restaurateur, author and campaigner, Angela Hartnett, for another in the programme’s series of Lives told through Food. Angela Hartnett is seen as an icon in the food industry - she started out learning on the job in Cambridge - and later rose up working for Gordon Ramsey, first at The Aubergine, a…
Richard Gordon and the team react to a stunning win for Kelty Hearts in the Scottish Cup 4th roundBy BBC Radio Scotland
Scottish Cup objects, Boos, Laziness and Complaints + the American Food XI with Adam Old Firm FactsBy BBC Radio Scotland
Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith present the Scotland Outdoors podcastBy BBC Radio Scotland
News, analysis and features from Good Morning Scotland’s Weekend Edition.By BBC Radio Scotland
Full-time reaction to Rangers 4-0 Stirling Albion and Scottish Cup weekend preview with Jane Lewis, Rory Loy and Richard Foster.By BBC Radio Scotland
Artist David Mach talks about his new artwork inspired by Burns Suppers around the world.By BBC Radio Scotland
Hibs overcome a resilient Cove Rangers to progress in the Scottish CupBy BBC Radio Scotland
Accusations of intimidation are made, as the Prime Minister remains under scrutiny. The row over alleged parties held in Downing Street continues, with a Tory MP defecting to Labour ahead of PMQs on Wednesday. With the Government whips now under the spotlight after MP William Wragg accused them of threatening those suspected of plotting against Bor…
Brent Wilson tells Grant Stott about his documentary Brian Wilson: Long Promised RoadBy BBC Radio Scotland
Why was the blast from the Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha'apai volcano so explosive? Where are we on the global climatic thermostat? And how you can get involved in the Big Repair Project.Gaia Vince speaks with Auckland University volcanologist Prof Shane Cronin, one of the few human beings to have visited the now-disappeared volcanic land bridge that stretc…
After countless requests England batter Danni Wyatt (finally!) joins the podcast to preview the Women's Ashes, reveal how Virat Kohli reacted to her twitter marriage proposal, explain why her attempt to be Tarzan aged 10 helps her hit the ball to different areas of the ground, and why she once showered with a tubigrip on her face. There's some cric…
Kenneth Branagh chats to Grant Stott about his new film Belfast which is out this week.By BBC Radio Scotland
Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith discuss a range of leaves and trees with Dan and DouglasBy BBC Radio Scotland
Are women 32% more likely to die after operation by a male surgeon? Headlines asserting this were shared across social media recently - but the truth is a bit more complicated.We compare the price and the quality of the UK’s Test and Trace system with that of Germany and check on what’s happening to the Covid death toll during the Omicron wave.And …
The title race heats up with Rangers dropping points at Pittodrie. Plus we assess big wins for Hearts, St Mirren, Livingston & Ross County. While St Johnstone's crisis grows.By BBC Radio Scotland
Writer Tony Schumacher on creating new BBC One series The ResponderBy BBC Radio Scotland
Mark Chapman is joined by former England batter Michael Carberry and West Indian World Cup winner Carlos Brathwaite to look back at the final Test in Hobart and the 4-nil series defeat. The team dissect where it went so badly wrong for England this series.We also preview the women’s Ashes with England’s Kate Cross and look at the legacy of Virat Ko…
Kenny Macintyre and the team react as Celtic ease to a 2-0 win over Hibs as the Scottish Premiership resumesBy BBC Radio Scotland
Sunday Papers, Football, Terracing Teaser, Boxing Tunes with Stuart Cosgrove, Tam Cowan & Michael Grant.By BBC Radio Scotland
Katie Thistleton joins the Must Watch team this week as Scott Bryan goes on holiday. Dan Ryan zooms in to chat about the third series of The Bay on ITV and Hayley speaks to M. Night Shyamalan about the new season of Servant on Apple TV. Plus, reviews of Hidden Assets on BBC Four and Ant & Dec’s Limitless Win on ITV.…
The award-winning author on his new crime thriller, set in Glasgow in the mid-1970s.By BBC Radio Scotland
Jill Rutter speaks to BBC Radio Ulster about the investigation into partygate and what she calls "Boris Johnson's worst week" since becoming Prime Minister and entering Downing Street.By The UK in a Changing Europe
In December, Republican politician Lauren Boebert tweeted the claim that ‘365,348 children went missing in 2020’. This is a shocking statistic but is it true and does it mean what we think it means? We speak to Gabriel Gatehouse, international editor of Newsnight, who has been investigating conspiracy theories including the Qanon conspiracy theory …
Eleanor Oldroyd is joined by Jonathan Agnew, former England fast bowler Steven Finn and Australian cricket writer and broadcaster Geoff Lemon for reaction to the third day of the fifth Ashes Test.Australia have won the Ashes 4-nil after England collapsed to give them a 146-run victory in Hobart. England captain Joe Root reflects on the series defea…
Dan Saladino explores keto to understand the appeal of this low carb way of eating. Featuring Gary Taubes (book) The Case for Keto), GP Dr David Unwin, Anna Tebbs (The Green Chef), Prof. Mike Lean (Glasgow University), Panagiotis Kottas (KeOntrack) and Prof. Helen Cross (Great Ormond Street Hospital). Produced and presented by Dan Saladino.…
England bowler Steven Finn chats to his hero: the legendary Glenn McGrath.By BBC Radio 5 live
Transfers, Hair Scares, A Fly Bevvy and Fads + The Downing St XI with Cillian SheridanBy BBC Radio Scotland
Eleanor Oldroyd is joined by Jonathan Agnew and former England fast bowler Steven Finn for reaction to the second day of the fifth Ashes Test in Hobart. We'll hear from Australia's Mitchell Starc and England's Sam Billings after he made 29 on his Test batting debut.Plus Dominic Baker, chief executive of Cricket Tasmania, tells us how they came to h…
News, analysis and features from Good Morning Scotland’s Weekend Edition.By BBC Radio Scotland
Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith with stories from the Scottish outdoors.By BBC Radio Scotland
Grant Stott is in conversation with Harry & Jack Williams, the writers behind The TouristBy BBC Radio Scotland
Duncan MacKinnon: Scottish music impresario exhibition with Nicola Meighan and guestsBy BBC Radio Scotland
She's a modern day Agatha Christie, Janice Hallett, discusses new book The Twyford Code.By BBC Radio Scotland
Eleanor Oldroyd is joined by Jonathan Agnew and former England fast bowler Steven Finn for reaction to the opening day of the fifth and final Ashes Test in Hobart. We'll hear from Travis Head after his century helped Australia recover from 12 for 3 to close the first day on 241 for 6.England Bowling coach Jon Lewis gives his reaction to the first d…
ECB Chief Executive Tom Harrison joins Jonathan Agnew to react to the DCMS select committee report on racism in cricket.DCMS Chair Julien Knight and former Yorkshire player Azeem Rafiq give their reaction and Yorkshire Chairman Lord Patel explains how he's overhauled the county since taking charge in November.(Photo: Tom Harrison the ECB Chief Exec…
What next for Prime Minister Boris Johnson as he faces calls to resign? While his cabinet rallies around him, Scottish Conservatives including leader Douglas Ross and some Tory backbenchers have called on the Prime Minister to tender his resignation. After admitting to attending a drinks party during the 2020 lockdown, Boris Johnson has asked for t…
After 20 years of planning, preparation and a nail-biting build up fraught by delays The James Webb Space telescope finally launched on Christmas day 2021. Anxious astronomers across the globe looked on as the JWST then completed even riskier manoeuvres to unfurl the 18 hexagonal components that make up its 6.5 meter diameter primary mirror. Cosmol…
Our dynamic duo have made to Australia. Excitement for Alex as she commentates on her first men's Test, whilst Kate is easing into a busy schedule ahead of the start of the Ashes.By BBC Radio 5 live
Director Francis Whately tells Grant about BBC2 documentary series Andy Warhol's AmericaBy BBC Radio Scotland
Meet the delightful Nadja from Germany who is now an official EndoBoss®! Nadja is a highly successful engineer working within one of the world's top engineering companies. Her strong work ethic and determination has served her well in her career but took their toll on her body. After 20 years of struggling to manage endometriosis and reoccurring cy…
Jill Rutter speaks to BBC Radio Scotland about Sue Gray and her remit when it comes to the investigations into the Downing Street lockdown parties. Jill discusses the "need for independent machinery" to investigate these sorts of allegations and why it remains an "unsatisfactory process".By The UK in a Changing Europe
Jill Rutter speaks to BBC Radio 4's PM programme about the investigations into Downing Street lockdown parties, Sue Gray's career in the civil service and more.By The UK in a Changing Europe
Jill Rutter speaks to Times Radio about Sue Gray, Second Permanent Secretary to the Cabinet Office, the person tasked with leading the inquiries into the Downing Street lockdown parties. Jill discusses Sue's career in the civil service, her work in Northern Ireland and the investigatory 'powers' she has.…