BBC Programme Scotland
A Good Read - 02/06/2009
Kate Mosse talks to comedian Natalie Haynes and marine biologist and explorer Monty Halls.
A History of the World in 100 Objects - Status Symbols (1200 - 1400 AD) - Lewis Chessmen
Neil MacGregor examines a board game found in the Outer Hebrides.
A Life With ... - Series 5 - Ospreys
Paul Evans meets Roy Dennis, who has spent a life with ospreys, in the Scottish Highlands.
A Very Scottish Homecoming - Golf
Aasmah Mir visits the Open golf championship at Turnberry.
A Very Scottish Homecoming - Great Minds
Aasmah Mir finds out if Scotland still has the spirit of invention.
A Very Scottish Homecoming - Robert Burns
What is Burns' real legacy - his body of work or the social principles he celebrated?
A Very Scottish Homecoming - Whisky
Is whisky still as popular among Scots as it is vital to the economy?
Afternoon Play - In a Land Far Away
By Andy Macdonald. A British soldier in Afghanistan struggles to show his emotions.
Afternoon Play - The Night They Tried to Kidnap the Prime Minister
Martin Jameson's fictionalised account of the 1964 kidnap attempt on Sir Alec Douglas-Home
Afternoon Reading - Scottish Shorts - Fear in a Hat
A shy schoolgirl fears the worst when she attends a compulsory religious retreat.
Afternoon Reading - Scottish Shorts - The Last Cup
A kindly old fisherman and his stern minister find a sliver of common ground.
Alba v An Olaind
Scotland v Netherlands in a group stage football match to get to the World Cup in 2010.
Ankle High History - Episode 1
Mark Stephen explores Scotland's lost archaeological history.
Ankle High History - Episode 3
Mark hears how the byrehouses along the shores of Loch Tay came to be abandoned.
Ankle High History - Episode 4
Mark Stephen meets two ladies on Mull who found the ruins of an early Christian chapel.
Ankle High History - Mull
Mark hears stories from a time when mountains and glens were full of whisky smugglers.
Beyond Westminster - 03/04/2010
What can Scotland's government teach Westminster about hung parliaments?
Bookclub - Alexander McCall Smith
James Naughtie talks to Alexander McCall Smith about his novel 44 Scotland Street.
Broadcasting House - 19/04/2009
News and conversation about the big stories of the week with Paddy O'Connell.
Burns the Brand
Comedian Fred MacAulay tries to quantify the value of Robert Burns to the British economy.
Classic Serial - Sunset Song - Episode 1
Chris' mother's fear of childbirth leads her to despair.
Classic Serial - Sunset Song - Episode 2
After her father's death, Chris marries Ewan Tavendale and gives birth to a son.
Comedy Zone - Edinburgh Festival Fringe
Idiots of Ants at the Edinburgh Festival, with Jon Richardson, Adam Hills and Will Self.
Comedy Zone - Merchant City Festival
Alan Anderson introdues a Merchant City Festival special, featuring standup Kevin Bridges.
Culture Zone - Culture Zone
Showcasing BA Commercial Music students from the University of the West of Scotland.
Desert Island Discs - Alex Salmond
Alex Salmond, First Minister for Scotland and leader of the SNP, joins Kirsty Young.
Edwin Morgan: A Book of Lives
David Stenhouse looks back at the achievements of the late Scottish poet Edwin Morgan.
Excess Baggage - 07/11/2009
John McCarthy explores wild Scotland and the Orient Express.
Excess Baggage - 09/01/2010
The pleasure of travelling in winter with John McCarthy.
From Fact to Fiction - Series 7 - Episode 2
Playwright Annie Caulfield creates a fictional response to the week's news.
Front Row - Country star Glen Campbell on playing with Elvis
Country star Glen Campbell and the cello piece fit for Prince Charles.
He Belonged to Glasgow: The Will Fyffe Story
Ricky Ross looks at the life and work of the Scottish comedian and actor Will Fyffe.
History Zone - Highland History
Louise Yeoman explores the turbulent history of the Scottish highlands.
History Zone - South Africa
Colin Blane explores the history of South Africa, host nation of the 2010 World Cup.
In Our Time - The Enlightenment in Scotland
Melvyn Bragg examines the emergence and impact of the Scottish Enlightenment.
In Our Time - The Glencoe Massacre
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Glencoe Massacre of 1692.
In Our Time - The Jacobite Rebellion
Melvyn Bragg examines the Stuart dynasty's final attempt to reclaim the throne of England.
Jo Caulfield Won't Shut Up! - Episode 3
Jo Caulfield fails to shut up about Scotland, Scotsmen and a little tea shop in Dundee.
Johnny Cash of Easter Cash
Sarfraz Manzoor explores Johnny Cash's interest in Scotland after tracing his Fife roots.
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen's Men of Fashion - The Tartan Titan and the Highland Fashion Cult
By the 19th century, tartan and the kilt had gained cult status.