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.
Scottish football gets a kicking from BBC Radio Scotland’s Off the Ball, presented by Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan.
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.
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
Join Edi for the interview series which often treads where others wouldn't dare!
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.
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.
Tunes into current film, TV, arts, theatre and music across Scotland.
The history of Scotland’s witch hunts revealed with Susan Morrison.
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 big interviews and sporting debate from Scotland and beyond.
Series exploring the place and nature of faith in today's world
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.
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.
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.
The latest news, insight, analysis and big name guests from the Premier League and the Football League, plus Scottish, International and European football. Join us!
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!
A weekly programme that illuminates the mysteries and challenges the controversies behind the science that's changing our world.
The tastiest podcast around, Tam Cowan discovers the people turning Scotland into a proud food nation.
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.
Insight and analysis from the Test Match Special team - including interviews with top players and special features.
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
Tim Harford and the More or Less team try to make sense of the statistics which surround us. From BBC Radio 4
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.
Investigating every aspect of the food we eat
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside
Scott Bryan, Hayley Campbell and Nihal Arthanayake with your weekly guide to the best (and worst) in new TV and streaming shows.
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.
The stories that matter, the people that matter, the music that matters
Chris Mason presents topical debate in which guests answer questions from members of the public. Anita Anand presents listeners' responses to the issues raised.
An audio showcase of new writing in Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland.
Radio people tell their stories - in their own words - alone.
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Frederika Roberts's recent posts to audioboom.com
Broadcaster Stuart Cosgrove and Professor Eamonn O’Neill host Talk Media: a forensic analysis of how the media works, and who works the media. Packed full of candid commentary and informed opinion, Talk Media features a weekly guest commentator from the worlds of journalism, entertainment and politics.
Small Business Saturday is the UK's most successful small business campaign, promoting small, independent businesses around the country and encouraging consumers and other business owners a like to support and trade with them.
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 ...
Scotland beat Japan 29-20 in their fourth Autumn Test as Stuart Hogg becomes Scotland's leading try scorerBy BBC Radio Scotland
Our audiobook group choice is A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens read by Hugh Grant.By BBC Radio Scotland
Stylist and author Lynne Coleman chats about her new book How Scotland Dressed the WorldBy BBC Radio Scotland
A paper from the Nuffield Council on Bioethics calls for a new international agreement to be reached around welfare in any future gene-edited farm animals - to ensure it doesn’t cause them harm, or lead to farming methods with lower welfare standards.Later this week the Government will announce details about the new support payments for farmers, th…
Kelly Cates and guests react to a big night at the bottom of the Premier League which saw Newcastle’s long winless run continue after a 1-1 draw at home to Norwich whilst Leeds picked up a significant three points courtesy of an injury time penalty against Crystal Palace. We hear from Eddie Howe, Dean Smith and Leeds forward Tyler Roberts.Plus, we …
Jane Lewis and the team react to Scotland's 8-0 defeat to Spain and Motherwell's Premiership win over Dundee UnitedBy BBC Radio Scotland
The winners of the BBC Food and Farming Awards 2021 are announced at a ceremony at London's Broadcasting House.By BBC Radio 4
We witness the first translocation of beavers into the wild since the Scottish Government changed its policy on the issue and pledged to 'actively support' the expansion of the country's beaver population via translocation - or trapping and releasing. This new policy contrasts with the previous position that lethal control was the primary option to…
For the last 12 months, Jonathan Agnew has been given exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the England men’s cricket team’s planning to win back the Ashes. Throughout the year, Aggers has spoken to key players, including Joe Root, Stuart Broad, Jimmy Anderson, but also those less known names who play crucial roles. In Episode Five, Aggers speaks t…
Mark Chapman presents the latest episode of the Monday Night Club from BBC Radio 5 Live. Regulars Micah Richards and Rory Smith are back along with former England international Karen Carney, who replaces the "suspended" Chris Sutton after he upset everybody - including a celebrity fan - at Stenhousemuir.Everton's lacklustre results and the reasons …
Eleanor Oldroyd is joined by Steven Finn, Carlos Brathwaite & Jonathan Agnew to look ahead to the Ashes.They discuss the unique preparations for both England and Australia, plus we hear from Joe Root.Glenn McGrath joins the pod to talk about the potential replacements for Time Paine.And we hear from new Australian captain Pat Cummins and his vice-c…
Kenny MacIntyre is joined by Peter Grant, Tom English and Darryl BroadfootBy BBC Radio Scotland
Mark Bonnar & his dad Stan on the art of Scotland's new towns, some of which Stan made.By BBC Radio Scotland
There is a stereotype of the Orthodox Jewish woman. She is confined to domestic duties and bringing up many children whilst being dominated by a husband who wears a large round fur hat (a shtreimel) and has side curls and a bushy beard. This stereotype is based on the Ultra-Orthodox community which has recently been portrayed in the very popular Ne…
Nihal, Scott and Hayley chat to Kevin McCloud about Grand Designs: House of the Year. Plus, reviews of Hawkeye on Disney +, American Rust on Sky Atlantic and Freddie Mercury: The Final Act on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer.By BBC Radio 5 live
Kate and Alex are joined by World Cup winner Mark Wood live from Australia ahead of the Ashes. Obviously, he weighs in on the Great Bread Knife Debate...By BBC Radio 5 live
People in Azerbaijan, Ukraine and Nepal are apparently keen to work on UK farms. The Association of Labour Providers tells us all three countries have been liaising with companies running the Government’s Seasonal Worker Pilot scheme. Meanwhile, the Home Office says a decision on the future of the pilot will be made “in due course”.Water is no long…
Manchester United earned a point at Stamford Bridge but what's next for Ralf Rangnick and Ronaldo?Jeanette Kwakye is joined by former Brighton striker Glenn Murray, the Daily Telegraph's Luke Edwards and 90 min's Ben Haines to discuss whether Cristiano Ronaldo should have been left on the bench at Stamford Bridge.Everton's defeat to Brentford means…
Richard Gordon and the team react to Scottish Premiership wins for Rangers at Livingston and Celtic at home to AberdeenBy BBC Radio Scotland
Vaccines are the best way to stop deaths and serious cases related to covid19, this is an irrefutable fact. However, recent ONS data seems to show that vaccinated people had a higher all cause death rate than unvaccinated people. Why is this data misleading? Here’s a clue: it’s to do with a quirky statistical phenomenon called Simpsons Paradox. (Im…
Edi in conversation with to the former director of GCHQ. Born in Glasgow and educated at Glasgow Academy he talks about the challenges, personal and professional that he has faced.By BBC Radio Scotland
Ben Haines, former Tottenham defender Alan Hutton and Premier League presenter Vaishali Bhardwaj look back on Saturday's action as Diogo Jota's fine form continues. He scored twice in Liverpool's 4-0 win over Southampton.The panel also reflect on a second straight victory for Steven Gerrard's Aston Villa as they win 2-1 at Crystal Palace. And there…
Richard Gordon and the team react to a busy day of football in the Scottish premiership and Scottish Cup third roundBy BBC Radio Scotland
What discrimination do people face when they don't fit into a box? As society becomes more diverse are the financial institutions keeping up? Kim and Eileen hear about the challenges in the current system and meet the experts who can help you navigate them.By BBC Radio Scotland
Ukraine and the Draw, Your Favourite TV Animal, A Frosty Reception, Iconic Scottish Football Images + The Beatles XI with guest Doug AllanBy BBC Radio Scotland
Your views on the issues discussed in Any Questions, presented by Anita AnandBy BBC Radio 4
Today Tom Service talks to superstar violinist and conductor, André Rieu about his passion for sharing the joy of music across the world with his Johann Strauss Orchestra. Tom also visits the Russian pianist Pavel Kolesnikov, now a resident of London, whose recordings of Chopin and Bach have earned widespread acclaim. Bach's Goldberg Variations als…
News, analysis and features from Good Morning Scotland’s Weekend Edition.By BBC Radio Scotland
Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith with stories from the Great Scottish Outdoors.By BBC Radio Scotland
Topical debate with Chris Mason and guests. Listeners' responses with Anita Anand.By BBC Radio 4
This week we go from big machines to a small but powerful app. Along the way we’ll talk about the increase in wildlife crime - and the decrease in convictions, and the National Trust’s ban on trail hunting, something the pro hunt Countryside Alliance describes as disappointing.Presented by Charlotte Smith and produced by Beatrice Fenton.…
Darren Fletcher is joined by Stephen Warnock and Mark Hughes on the Friday Football Social.The team discuss Scotland and Wales's World Cup play-off semi final draw with Charlie Adam and how it could lead to a winner takes all game between the two nation for a place at the Qatar World Cup. Plus give their thoughts on Ralf Rangnicks anticipated arriv…
Darren Fletcher and Stephen Warnock are joined by the Manchester City and England defender Kyle Walker on the Football Daily.The three-time Premier League champion discusses his team's recent Champions League victory against PSG, how Pep coached him to be a complete defender and Kyle reflects on England's incredible Euro 2020 campaign this summer.T…
Reaction as Scotland get a late draw in a World Cup Qualifier against Ukraine at Hampden.By BBC Radio Scotland
Hear how - and why - three new Netflix romcoms were made locally.By BBC Radio Scotland
Des Clarke hosts Scotland's award-winning satirical news quiz.By BBC Radio Scotland
Aaron Paul is joined by Millwall forward Jed Wallace and Wycombe left-back Joe Jacobson to dissect this week's big talking points from the EFL.BBC Sheffield’s Andy Giddings gives us the lowdown on a dramatic turn of events at Sheffield United as they sacked Slavisa Jokanovic after just six months in charge and replaced him with Paul Heckingbottom o…
Janice Forsyth celebrates the series 'The Beatles :Get Back' from director Peter JacksonBy BBC Radio Scotland
Greg Jenner and guests Ria Lina and Prof Ronald C. Po navigate the life of one of the most successful pirates to have ever lived, Zheng Yi Sao. During the 18th century Qing dynasty, she led a huge and feared army of pirates, all without a parrot on her shoulder.Research: Will ClaytonScript: Emma Nagouse, Will Clayton and Greg JennerProject manager:…
After so many months presenting the programme from home, Charlotte Smith is finally allowed out! She visits the CropTec Show in Peterborough to look at the latest innovation in farm machinery and test the mood among farmers.And, trail hunting will no longer be allowed on National Trust land, with the charity describing it as a ‘reputational risk‘. …
For the last 12 months, Jonathan Agnew has been given exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the England men’s cricket team’s planning to win back the Ashes. Throughout the year, Aggers has spoken to key players, including Joe Root, Stuart Broad, Jimmy Anderson, but also those less known names who play crucial roles. In Episode Four, with the Ashes …
Steve Crossman is joined by West Indies World Cup winner Carlos Brathwaite and BBC Asian Network presenter and journalist Ankur Desai to examine what comes next for cricket in the wake of the Azeem Rafiq racism scandal.They're joined by Cricket Wales board member Dr Samara Afzal and Dr Thomas Fletcher of Leeds Beckett University, who wrote a 2014 r…
Steve Crossman is with Spanish football journalist Guillem Balague, The Athletic’s Raphael Honigstein and French football expert Julien Laurens to talk about reports that Ralf Rangnick will become the interim manager of Manchester United.Former Leicester and Schalke defender Christian Fuchs reveals how Rangnick operates behind the scenes and the pa…
Reaction to Celtic's defeat in Germany knocking them out of the Europa League, while Rangers beat Sparta Prague to progress in Van Bronckhorst's first match in charge.By BBC Radio Scotland
Have problems and pressure been growing for Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon this week? From flip-flops on vaccine passports to speeches mentioning Peppa Pig, the team discusses leadership. They chat through the differences and similarities on the situation the Prime Minister and First Minister find themselves in, and analyse BBC political editor …
Malaria, a disease that infects hundreds of millions of people and kills hundreds of thousands each year. It is caused after a plasmodium parasite is passed from a blood-feeding mosquito into a human host. Subject to much research over hundreds of years, of both host and parasite, one of the evolutionary mysteries has been why the plasmodium so pro…
The multi talented Jerry Burns chats about music, ballet and photography.By BBC Radio Scotland
Listen to the full interview by BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg speaking to the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on the speculation about her future, a second Independence Referendum, and the handling of Covid-19 in Scotland.By BBC Radio Scotland