A topical guide to life in the Scottish outdoors.
Keep up to date with Scottish football with the BBC Scottish football podcast. Breaking stories and insights into our national game.
Politics chat with the latest goings on at Holyrood and Westminster through the eyes of BBC Scotland journalists. Ready by 5pm Thursday.
Scottish football gets a kicking from BBC Radio Scotland’s Off the Ball, presented by Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan.
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.
The big interviews and sporting debate from Scotland and beyond.
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
The pick of key events in Scottish cultural life. Keeping you in the know about books, film, theatre, tv, arts and music. Monday to Thursday afternoons
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 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.
The making of Classic Scottish pop and rock albums with musician Davie Scott.
Pennie Latin explores the science behind our everyday experiences and speaks to key scientists working in Scotland.
The history of Scotland’s witch hunts revealed with Susan Morrison.
Weekly highlights from our religious/ethical programme BBC Radio Scotland's Sunday Morning with Ricky Ross.
The latest from the Premier League, EFL, European football and more!
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.
Iain Stewart takes a walk through some of Scotland's most intriguing landscapes, revealing how human activity has shaped the land we see today.
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
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!
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.
News Review shows you how to use the language from the latest news stories in your everyday English. Published every Tuesday by BBC Learning English.
Radio people tell their stories - in their own words - alone.
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!
Frederika Roberts's recent posts to audioboom.com
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 ...
In the Paris rain, Marcus Rashford’s late strike for Manchester United saw off last year’s finalists PSG in their opening game of the 2020/21 Champions League. Away from home it finished 2:1 at the Parc des Princes. Meanwhile Chelsea didn’t have a thriller at home to Sevilla, it finished goalless at Stamford Bridge.Ahead of Liverpool’s tie against …
Aberdeen move up to third in the Premiership with a convincing win over Hamilton. The club's Commercial Director Rob Wicks tells us why he believes some fans should return.By BBC Radio Scotland
Irish author Roddy Doyle talks about his new novel,celebrating male friendship and pubs.By BBC Radio Scotland
Tom and Catherine look at the vocabulary in the news around this story.By BBC Radio
Mark Chapman is joined by Chris Sutton, the New York Times' Rory Smith, Clinton Morrison and commentator Arlo White to look at Aston Villa's excellent start to the season. We also hear from Pep Guardiola and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on the eve of the Champions League group stages. And following Virgil Van Dijk's injury, the team ask what a "proper defe…
We discuss Rangers' win over Celtic, fans at games, forfeiting or postponing matches and more with Charlie Adam, Craig Levein, Gary Caldwell and Kenny Macintyre.By BBC Radio Scotland
Arts practitioners discuss how the pandemic has forced them to re-evaluate their careers.By BBC Radio Scotland
Bridge of Orchy to KinlochlevenBy BBC Radio Scotland
Business insiders share their secrets to a successful launch and we hear how covid is making it challenging for a new nettle cordial company to get off the ground.By BBC Radio Scotland
Emma Saunders is joined by Leyton Orient midfielder Jobi McAnuff, Ben Haines from 90min and Luke Edwards from The Daily Telegraph to dissect a busy weekend of Premier League action. The panel discuss whether this could be a title deciding moment for Liverpool as the club confirm Virgil van Dijk will have knee surgery following a strong challenge fr…
Michael Stewart and Maurice Ross review yesterday's Scottish Premiership action including Rangers' 2-0 win over Celtic at Parkhead.By BBC Radio Scotland
How one man started a revolution in public health information and advice.By BBC Radio Scotland
Bill Whiteford in conversation with geneticist Sir Paul Nurse.By BBC Radio Scotland
Reaction to all of Saturday's SPFL fixtures including Rangers winning at Celtic Park, victories for St Johnstone and Kilmarnock and the return of the Scottish Championship.By BBC Radio Scotland
Scotland and Free TV, What Does Hearts Mean To You And A Cuddly toy & The Hairstyles XI with Steven PressleyBy BBC Radio Scotland
Steve Crossman, Stephen Warnock and Jim White of The Telegraph discuss Tottenham's 'transformative' front three ahead of Gareth Bale's second debut at the club. We talk the evolution of Harry Kane's game and the similarities Spurs' attack could have with Liverpool's. Aaron Cresswell will be one of the West Ham defenders tasked with keeping them out…
Mark meets Jimmie Macgregor to reminisce about the West Highland Way walking routeBy BBC Radio Scotland
News, analysis and features from Good Morning Scotland’s Weekend Edition.By BBC Radio Scotland
Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas discuss England players lacking discipline.Former Manchester City and Everton defender Richard Dunne joins the pod to talk about Manchester City's tough start to the season.And Ex-Liverpool and Tottenham goalkeeper Brad Friedel assesses Pickford and Adrian ahead of the Merseyside Derby.…
Reaction to Hearts 6-2 win over Dundee in the opening game of the Scottish Championship plus Alex McLeish & Gordon Strachan preview the Old Firm gameBy BBC Radio Scotland
Trustee & filmmaker John Walsh is joined by 'Vintage Geek' author Marshall Julius to chat with Ray's daughter, Vanessa Harryhausen in Episode 34 of the Ray Harryhausen Podcast.Vanessa discusses her first book, 'Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema', written to mark her father's 100th birthday this year. John and Marshall quiz her on her memories of gro…
Radio Scotland's award-winning topical comedy panel show is back to take a satirical swipe at the week's headlines. This week host Des Clarke is joined by comedians Jay Lafferty, Alistair Barrie, Catherine Bohart and Scott AgnewBy BBC Radio Scotland
Swimmer Michael Jamieson discusses his strive for excellence in the pool which led to an Olympic silver medal in London but also resulted in mental health problems and depression.By BBC Radio Scotland
John Cooper- Clarke InterviewBy BBC Radio Scotland
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and, on his Euro Leagues debut, Peter Odemwingie. As the international break ends, the team discuss stuttering Spain, the ever-green Olivier Giroud and leaky Germany. Plus – Peter discusses his journey from Africa into European football and his hopes of making it as a pro golfer.…
We look back on a great week for Scotland with Andy Roxburgh, Charlie Adam gives us his thoughts on the new Championship season and Saturday's Old Firm match and much more.By BBC Radio Scotland
Is the Salmond inquiry leading to splits within the SNP and the Scottish Government? As the Holyrood committee investigating the Scottish government's handling of complaints against Alex Salmond continues, the team explains and discusses the rifts between the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and her former mentor, the previous FM Alex Salmond. What c…
As England suffer defeat at Wembley to Denmark and one of their three centre backs, Harry Maguire, gets sent off we ask what Gareth Southgate should be looking to improve. Chris Sutton, John Murray and Ian Dennis join Mark Chapman on the pod and they also hear from the Fleetwood owner on 'project big picture' which has been rejected. So what next f…
All the reaction and analysis as Scotland beat Czech Republic 1-0 in the Nations League. We hear from Ryan Fraser and Steve Clarke, and guests Craig Levein and Willie Miller.By BBC Radio Scotland
Ruby Wax talks to Grant Stott about her new book And Now for the Good News and more.By BBC Radio Scotland
Crianlarich to Bridge of Orchy.By BBC Radio Scotland
All the football, Sunday papers reviewed, Terracing Teaser & great music - with Stuart Cosgrove, Tam Cowan and Chris Iwelumo.By BBC Radio Scotland
Kelly Cates is joined by a host of guests to preview the upcoming Nations League games.Marcus Rashford discusses what he has achieved on and off the pitch and England manager Gareth Southgate talks about England missing key players.Plus the Chief Football writer at the Independent Miguel Delaney, former England defender Matt Upson and BBC Football …
BBC Sport reporter Nesta McGregor is joined by former Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger in this bonus episode of the Football Daily podcast. In a special sit down interview he discusses his feelings now towards his old club, what he thinks of the job Mikel Arteta is doing at the moment, his opinions on Mesut Ozil and also his thoughts on the future of…
David Greig and writers on plans for festive shows - with an audience!By BBC Radio Scotland
Rafael Nadal has equalled Roger Federer's feat of winning a 20th Grand Slam title.By BBC Radio
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Rory Smith and Chris Sutton as they discuss what’s next for football following the announcement of ‘Project Big Picture’.Chairman of League Two club Leyton Orient Nigel Travis, and Chairman of Peterborough Darragh MacAnthony, join the pod to explain whether they think the plans will help save EFL clubs.Is i…
Ben Fogle discusses how lockdown brought to mind the lessons he's learned on his travels.By BBC Radio Scotland
Rowardennan to Crianlarich.By BBC Radio Scotland
Kim and Eileen set out to find what can be gained from putting your money into a range of investments. They weigh up the pros and cons of gold, whisky, crypto and classic cars.By BBC Radio Scotland
Steve Crossman is joined in this bumper episode of the Football Daily pod by Rob Green, Ben Foster, Ian Dennis and John Murray. They start with England’s victory in the Nations League – the side came from behind to get a 2-1 win over Belgium. And they are not the only guests to come on, as winning goal scorer Mason Mount, defender Kyle Walker, mana…
Pauline McLean on the crisis facing Scotland’s film industry.By BBC Radio Scotland
Steve Crossman, Stephen Warnock and senior football reporter Ian Dennis hear from Gareth Southgate and Eric Dier ahead of England’s Nations League match against Belgium on Sunday. And Under-21 boss Aidy Boothroyd discusses the key role played by the EFL in the development of England players.The team also look forward to Wales’ match with the Republ…
Coronavirus and Scottish Football, Disabled Access, The Cafe You'll Never Forget & The Egg XI with Stephen Reside, Graeme Strachan & Jason LeitchBy BBC Radio Scotland
Drymen to Rowardennan.By BBC Radio Scotland
News, analysis and features from Good Morning Scotland’s Weekend Edition.By BBC Radio Scotland
The teenage tape reclaimer - whose DNA now remains across UK radio and whose influence is felt around the World. Clive Dickens opens up rarely – and looks back even more rarely. In this hour of Radio Moments Conversations he shares the journey from his roots at a new Chiltern Radio and how he speedily scaled the heights to group programme director.…
After the news that certain Premier League games will be available to fans via a pay-per-view service, Steve Crossman and Glenn Murray hear from the BBC's Sports Editor Dan Roan, the Independent's chief Football Writer Miguel Delaney and football fans from across the country.Steve and Glenn also chat to Brighton's Adam Lallana on his move to the cl…
NPR White House Correspondent Tamara Keith joins the team to talk the 2020 US Election, as we ask: How do you cover the race during a pandemic? Tamara shares her thoughts on Trump's spell with Coronavirus, polling, disinformation online, and how political journalism can be impacted by Covid-19 restrictions.…