New Music Zone

The best new music from Scotland, plus archive sessions, documentaries and classic tracks.

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20080821

Vic Galloway presents an eclectic mix of new music from Scottish and international talent, alongside archive features.

20090101

Roddy Woomble, Idlewild frontman and passionate Celtic musician, presents an awesome collection of live music from the archive.

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Pet Shop Boys are our featured artist, and Annie McGuire has the best new Scottish music.

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Hear Beastie Boys and LCD Soundsystem on stage, and Franz Ferdinand reveal all.

20101128

Catriona Shearer introduces seesions from We See Lights, Manda Rin and Polymyth.

2011010920110501

Vic Galloway presents an Electronic Music Special.

20110517

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums with a look at Walk Across The Rooftops by the Blue Nile and New Gold Dream by Simple Minds.

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums.

20110524

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums with a look at Deacon Blue's Raintown and The Tube by The Proclaimers.

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums.

20110621

Paul English with a special Zone focusing on music that's made the headlines.

Paul English with a special Zone focusing on music that's made the headlines featuring an edition of 'The Banned History of Rock and Roll' and a look back at 2001's Gig On The Green in Glasgow which saw Eminem and Marilyn Manson descend upon the Dear Green Place.

20110628

Paul English with a special Zone focusing on music that's made the headlines.

Paul English revisits music that's made the headlines including the infamous Rolling Stones Altamont gig in 1969 that marked the end of an era and a look at how the Iraq war inspired new generations of musicians but also encouraged those who fought the fight 60 years ago to raise their voices in song.

20110705

Paul English with a special Zone focusing on music that's made the headlines.

Paul English revisits music that's made the headlines including an edition of "The Banned History of Rock and Roll" featuring the Sex Pistols and Pete Seeger plus Muriel Gray tells the story of the Vietnam war and the music that opposition to it inspired.

20110712

Vic Galloway presents an Electronic Music Special.

Vic Galloway presents an electronic music special, featuring festival tracks from Orbital and Calvin Harris and a live session from Den Haan.

20110719

Vic Galloway presents an Electronic Music Special.

Vic Galloway presents an electronic music special, featuring festival tracks from Orbital, Leftfield, Calvin Harris and Four Tet, and live sessions from Den Haan, Neil Landstrumm, Paper Crows, Silver Columns, Engine 7, Ado, Dollskabeat and LuckyMe.

The Zone also includes a special version of Vic's Radio Scotland show featuring a rundown of Scottish electronica from the early nineties to the present day, from KLF to Rustie via Slam and Boards of Canada.

20110726

Vic Galloway presents an Electronic Music Special.

Vic Galloway presents an electronic music special, featuring live sessions from Dollskabeat, Ado and Engine 7.

20110809

Vic Galloway presents his A to Z of Scottish Music with Biffy Clyro, Eurythmics and more.

Vic Galloway presents his A to Z of Scottish Music with archive sessions, interviews and tracks from The Associates, Biffy Clyro, Camera Obscura, The Delgados, Eurythmics and FOUND.

20110816

Vic Galloway presents his A to Z of Scottish Music with Glasvegas and Calvin Harris.

Vic Galloway presents his A to Z of Scottish Music with archive sessions, interviews and tracks from Glasvegas and Calvin Harris.

20110823

Vic Galloway presents his A to Z of Scottish Music with Idlewild and King Creosote.

Vic Galloway presents his A to Z of Scottish Music with archive sessions, interviews and tracks from Idlewild, Jesus and Mary Chain and King Creosote.

20110906

Vic Galloway presents his A to Z of Scottish Music with Teenage Fanclub and Ultravox.

Vic Galloway presents an electronic music special, featuring festival tracks from The Skids, Teenage Fanclub, Ultravox, The Vaselines, The XCerts, James Yorkston and the Zephyrs.

20110913

Stuart Cosgrove's bumper selection of Northern Soul from his Floorfillers series.

Stuart Cosgrove takes you to Wigan Casino with a marathon selection of his 'Floorfillers'.

You're invited to kick off your shoes and strut your funky stuff as we check out a bumper selection of Northern Soul.

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Vic Galloway presents a special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone.

Vic Galloway presents a special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone featuring a profile of the Sex Pistols and a concert set by the New York punk rockers The Ramones.

20111101

Vic Galloway presents a special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone.

Vic Galloway presents a special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone featuring a look at some Scottish indie labels inspired by the punk rock movement.

20111108

Vic Galloway presents a special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone.

Vic Galloway presents a special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone featuring a profile of the punk rock phenomena and the story of the Psychocandy album by The Jesus and Mary Chain.

20111206

Sessions, classic tracks and rock and pop docs from our archive.

Sessions from the freshest raw talent in Scotland, plus great classic tracks and rock and pop docs from our archive.

20111213

Davey Scott says Thank You For The Music to Riley Briggs of band Aberfeldy.

20120103

Janice Forsyth talks to musician Davey Scott of the Pearlfishers.

Janice Forsyth and musician Davey Scott of the Pearlfishers, talk in depth about his life, career and musical influences.

20120110

Richard Cadey takes us back to the 1960s with archive programmes and swinging music.

It's a 1960s special, and devotee of the decade Richard Cadey is on a mission to seek out the music and personalities that made life that little bit groovy. Find out the story of the original hit factory as we travel to New York's Brill Building; and chart the History of Pop Arranging.

20120117

Richard Cadey takes us back to the 1960s with archive programmes and swinging music.

It's a 1960s special, and devotee of the decade Richard Cadey is on a mission to seek out the music and personalities that made life that little bit groovy.

20120124

Richard Cadey takes us back to the 1960s with archive programmes and swinging music.

It's a 1960s special, and devotee of the decade Richard Cadey is on a mission to seek out the music and personalities that made life that little bit groovy. Get behind the scenes of classic tracks like 'House of the Rising Sun' in Songlines; and meet the musicians who worked with George Harrison In India.

20120207

Richard Cadey takes us back to the 1960s with archive programmes and swinging music.

It's a 1960s special, and devotee of the decade Richard Cadey is on a mission to seek out the music and personalities that made life that little bit groovy. Get behind the controversy of the Banned History of Rock and Roll and delve into a selection of Northern Soul Floorfillers.

20120214

Jim Gellatly brings you archive sessions, interviews and great new music.

Sessions from the freshest raw talent in Scotland, plus great classic tracks and rock and pop docs from our archive.

Sessions, classic tracks and rock and pop docs from our archive.

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Jim Gellatly brings you archive sessions, interviews and great new music.

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Vic Galloway takes a road trip along the M8 motorway in search of musical gems.

Vic Galloway journeys along the M8 corridor discovering the music of the motorway including Deacon Blue and Primal Scream, plus a focus on Aztec Camera's High Land Hard Rain album.

20120424

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums.

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums with a look at Walk Across The Rooftops by the Blue Nile and New Gold Dream by Simple Minds.

20120501

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums.

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums with a look at Deacon Blue's Raintown and The Tube by The Proclaimers.

20120515

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums with a look at albums by The Proclaimers and Lloyd Cole and the Commotions.

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Strut your funky stuff with Stuart Cosgrove as he dusts off real gems from his collection.

"Strut your funky stuff with Stuart Cosgrove, as he dusts off real gems from his collection of Northern Soul records, from his 2007 series "Floorfillers".

20120612

Strut your funky stuff with Stuart Cosgrove as he dusts off real gems from his collection.

Strut your funky stuff with Stuart Cosgrove as he dusts off real gems from his collection of northern soul records, from his 2007 series Floorfillers.

20120717
20120828

Vic Galloway presents a special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone profiling record labels such as Postcard and Zoom, plus Davy Scott features Psychocandy in Classic Scottish Albums.

20120904

Vic Galloway presents a special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone with reminiscences about The Summer of Punk, and Vic features Creation + Chemikal Underground Records.

20120918

Vic Galloway chats to Alex and Paul from Franz Ferdinand backstage at the Barrowlands in Glasgow in 2009 to talk about their past, present and future material and also gets them to choose some of their favourite and most inspirational tracks of all time.

20120925

Stevie Sole introduces some of the hottest dance music from Scotland and beyond, featuring Beastie Boys and The Aliens.

Stevie Sole introduces some of the hottest dance music from Scotland and beyond.

20121002

Stevie Sole introduces some of the hottest dance music from Scotland and beyond, including an Alex Tronic session and the unlikely story of Dundee's superstar rappers.

Stevie Sole introduces some of the hottest dance music from Scotland and beyond.

20121009

Stevie Sole introduces some of the hottest dance music from Scotland and beyond.

Stevie Sole introduces some of the hottest dance music from Scotland and beyond, including sessions from LCD Soundsystem and Fox Gut Daata.

20121016

Stuart Cosgrove with a whole hour of classic Northern Soul floorfillers.

20121023

Norman Blake talks about his experiences of life as a professional musician.

In a Zone hosted by Davey Scott, Norman Blake spills the beans on his experiences of life as a professional musician, before a live studio audience at BBC Scotland's Pacific Quay in Glasgow.

20121106

Davey Scott hosts a Zone featuring James Grant in Thank You For The Music.

James Grant sits with Janice Forsyth before a live studio audience and shares his experiences of life as a singer songwriter in an episode of Thank You For The Music.

20121113

Davey Scott presents archive editions of Thank You For the Music.

Davey Scott presents archive editions of Thank You For The Music featuring King Creosote, James Grant, Roddy Woomble, Norman Blake and Riley Briggs discussing their songwriting and playing live music.

20121120

Davie Scott presents archive editions of Thank You For the Music.

Davie Scott presents archive editions of Thank You For The Music featuring King Creosote, James Grant, Roddy Woomble, Norman Blake and Riley Briggs discussing their songwriting and playing live music. Listen online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at bbc.co.uk/radioscotland.

20121204

Strut your funky stuff with Stuart Cosgrove, as he dusts off real gems from his collection of Northern Soul records, from his 2007 series "Floorfillers". Listen online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at www.bbc.co.uk/radioscotland.

20130129

Davie Scott's Classic Scottish Albums theme continues with Simple Minds and Deacon Blue.

Immerse yourself in the 80s this week on the New Music Zone. Promises of a Miracle in an episode of Classic Scottish Albums featuring New Gold Dream by Simple Minds and Deacon Blue's Raintown, an album whose key themes are of dreams, love, loss, rain and dignity feature this week in Davie Scott's Classic Scottish Albums themed Zone.

Listen online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at bbc.co.uk/radioscotland.

20130205

The Classic Scottish Albums theme continues with Teenage Fanclub and Orange Juice.

Teenage Fanclub and Orange Juice feature this week in Davie Scott's Classic Scottish Albums themed Zone.

Listen online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at bbc.co.uk/radioscotland.

ROBERT BURNS20110123

Discover the bard in a brand new light as we mark 250 years of Robert Burns.

06/03/201220120313

Jim Gellatly introduces a session from Codeine Velvet Club.

Jim Gellatly introduces a session from Codeine Velvet Club, plus the story behind The Proclaimers' anthemic tune (I'm Gonna Be) 500 Miles.

1960s Special
1960s Special20120131

Richard Cadey takes us back to the 1960s with archive programmes and swinging music.

It's a 1960s special, and devotee of the decade Richard Cadey is on a mission to seek out the music and personalities that made life that little bit groovy. Get behind the scenes of classic tracks like 'The Times They Are A-Changin' in Songlines; and lose yourself in psychedelia as we peer into a Classic Scottish Album from the Incredible String Band.

A To Z Of Scottish Music2011031320110830

Vic Galloway presents his A to Z of Scottish Music with Mogwai and Primal Scream.

Vic Galloway presents his A to Z of Scottish Music with archive sessions, interviews and tracks from Mogwai, Neil Landstrumm and The Ragga Twins, Radioactivity, One Dove and Primal Scream.

Vic Galloway presents his A to Z of Scottish Music with sessions, interviews and tracks.

Annie McGuire Introduces...20090521

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Annie McGuire Introduces...20090521

Best Of Radio Gonorth20120626

12 trainees, one marquee, forty eight bands and Vic Galloway. The best of Radio goNorth.

BBC Radio Scotland is handing over the reigns of the new music zone to another radio station as Vic Galloway brings you the best of Radio goNORTH.

goNORTH is an introduction, showcase and celebration of music, film, design and fashion focusing on talent from the Highland and Islands. Over the last few years the festival has brought together representatives of the creative industries from all over the world.

At the start of June industry delegates descend on Inverness to discuss the future and hopefully catch the next big thing.

As part of the festival this year a group of radio enthusiasts were trained up and told to put on their own radio station to cover everything that was happening in the Highland capital that week.

The Radio goNORTH team pitched their tent in the garden of the BBC in Inverness and promptly invited every musician performing over the next three days to pop in from a chat and a strum. Along with presenting their own shows they even managed to persuade the odd BBC Radio Scotland presenter to do a bit of moonlight presenting.

Live music from the likes of The Whisky River Band, The Stagger Rats and Washington Irving.

For more information about the Radio goNORTH project, visit www.radiogonorth.com.

Catriona Shearer Presents...20110213

Catriona Shearer introduces sessions from We See Lights, Manda Rin and Polymyth.

Catriona Shearer introduces sessions from We See Lights, Manda Rin and Polymyth, alongside a documentary exploring the story behind Let It Be by The Beatles.

Elsewhere in the Zone, there are tracks from MGMT, Biffy Clyro and Arctic Monkeys plus a documentary called the Summer of Punk.

Catriona Shearer Presents...20110213
Classic Scottish Albums20110116

Davie Scott introduces a marathon of 'Classic Scottish Albums', featuring Lloyd Cole.

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Davie Scott introduces a marathon of Classic Scottish Albums, featuring Lloyd Cole.

Classic Scottish Albums20110510

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums starting with NEXT by The Sensational Alex Harvey Band and High Land, Hard Rain by Aztec Camera.

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums.

Classic Scottish Albums20110531

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums.

A celebration of some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums.

Davie Scott provides insight into Rattlesnakes by Lloyd Cole and The Commotions and You Can't Hide Your Love Forever from Orange Juice.

Classic Scottish Albums20110607

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums with a look at Teenage Fanclub's Bandwagonesque and the Average White Band's White album.

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums.

Classic Scottish Albums20120417

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums starting with NEXT by The Sensational Alex Harvey Band and High Land, Hard Rain by Aztec Camera.

Sessions from the freshest raw talent in Scotland, plus great classic tracks.

Sessions from the freshest raw talent in Scotland, plus great classic tracks and rock and pop docs from our archive.

Classic Scottish Albums20120508

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums.

A celebration of some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums. Davie Scott provides insight into Bandwagonesque by Teenage Fanclub and You Can't Hide Your Love Forever from Orange Juice.

Classic Scottish Albums20130115

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums.

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums with a look at albums by The Proclaimers and Lloyd Cole and the Commotions.

Classic Scottish Albums20130122

Davie Scott's Classic Scottish Albums theme continues with Primal Scream and The Blue Nile

A Walk Across The Rooftops by Blue Nile and Primal Scream's Screamadelica feature this week in Davie Scott's Classic Scottish Albums themed Zone. Bobby Gillespie takes us back to the heady days of recording Screamadelica and how Thatcher and hedonism fuelled their songs, then we turn to the unmistakable sound of The Blue Nile and their Glasgow soundtrack A Walk Across The Rooftops. Listen online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at bbc.co.uk/radioscotland.

Classic Scottish Albums20130212

Davie Scott revisits classic albums from The Proclaimers and Lloyd Cole and The Commotions

In Davie Scott's Classic Scottish Albums themed Zone this week; The Proclaimers and Lloyd Cole and The Commotions.

Listen online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at bbc.co.uk/radioscotland.

Electronic Music Special20110802

Vic Galloway presents an electronic music special including a rundown of Scottish electronica from the early nineties to the present day, from KLF to Rustie via Slam and Boards of Canada plus a live session with LuckyMe.

Vic Galloway presents an Electronic Music Special.

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Orbital, Leftfield and Four Tet live, plus sessions from Neil Landstrumm and LuckyMe.

Vic Galloway presents an Electronic Music Special.

Floorfillers20110920
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Strut your funky stuff with Stuart Cosgrove as he dusts off real gems from his collection of northern soul records, from his 2007 series Floorfillers.

Journalist and music-lover Paul English presents a zone focusing on music that's made the headlines. In 'Gigs That Changed The World', you can relive the antics of Eminem and Marilyn Manson at 2001's Gig On The Green; and bask in the records the censors didn't want you to hear in episodes of 'The Banned History of Rock and Roll'. Plus, in 'When Pop and Politics Meet', find out what happens when the music business lands in the real world with a bump - tackling war, racism and government policy head-on.

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Stuart Cosgrove plays real gems from his collection of northern soul.

Stuart Cosgrove with real gems from his collection of Northern Soul. Sitting still is not an option. Listen online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at bbc.co.uk/radioscotland.

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Stuart Cosgrove's Northern Soul gift to you, Floorfillers from 2007.

Stuart Cosgrove's Northern Soul gift to you, in an episode of his Floorfillers series from 2007. Listen online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at bbc.co.uk/radioscotland.

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Stuart Cosgrove presents an archive edition of nothern soul Floorfillers.

Stuart Cosgrove with an archive edition of nothern soul Floorfillers, first broadcast in 2007. Listen online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at bbc.co.uk/radioscotland.

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Strut your funky stuff with Stuart Cosgrove as he dusts off real gems from his collection.

Strut your funky stuff with Stuart Cosgrove as he dusts off real gems from his collection of Northern Soul records, from his 2007 series Floorfillers.

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Stuart Cosgrove presents the final episode of his Floorfillers series.

Stuart Cosgrove with the final episode of his Floorfillers series, with the very best of northern soul.

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Paul English focuses on music that has made the headlines.

Paul English focuses on music that has made the headlines from politically charged musicians with a message, to lewd lyrics that landed artists in hot water with the establishment, featuring Gigs That Changed the World, The Banned History of Rock and Roll and When Pop and Politics Meet.

Paul English focuses on music that has made the headlines from politically charged musicians with a message, to lewd lyrics that landed artists in hot water with the establishment.

  1. The Banned History of Rock and Roll: Sex
    Vic Galloway explores the tumultuous relationship between music and sex, and discovers how Elvis, Max Romeo and 'Frankie' have shaken our sensibilities.
  2. When Pop and Politics Meet: Red Wedge
    Muriel Gray is joined by guests including Tom Robinson, Billy Bragg, and Neil Kinnock to tell the story of the musicians who united against Thatcherism.
  3. From Stateside to Scotland: Gig On The Green
    Pat Kane charts the controversial appearance of Eminem and Marilyn Manson at 2001's Gig On The Green in Glasgow, and asks if we really had anything to fear.
  4. Gigs that Changed the World: Sex Pistols
    'God save the Queen and her fascist regime' sang the Sex Pistols. Voices of a generation, or masters of the publicity stunt? Muriel Gray looks at the evidence.
  5. When Pop and Politics Meet: No Nukes
    Muriel Gray tells the story of the apolitical rock set who decided to take on atomic power, forming the 'Musicians United for Safe Energy' campaign.

  6. The Banned History of Rock and Roll: Religion
    Vic Galloway finds out if rock music and matters of race and religion can live together in perfect harmony.
  7. When Pop and Politics Meet: Rock Against Racism
    Muriel Gray discovers how Eric Clapton's controversial remarks in 1976 ignited a movement spearheaded by musicians.
  8. The Banned History of Rock and Roll: War
    Vic Galloway ponders whether music and politics can ever come together without a backlash, as he explores the polarising subject of war.
  9. Gigs that Changed the World: Altamont
    Muriel Gray hears from those whose dreams of peace and love lay in tatters on a desolate racetrack, after one of the most infamous gigs in history.
  10. When Pop and Politics Meets: Vietnam
    Muriel Gray tells the story of the war in Vietnam, and the music that opposition to it inspired.
  11. The Banned History of Rock and Roll: Drugs
    Vic Galloway charts the influence that drugs have had on musicians, music, and the music listening public.
  12. When Pop and politics Meet: Iraq
    Muriel Gray hears how the war inspired both new musicians, and those who fought the fight 60 years ago, to raise their voices in song.

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Headlines20120724

Journalist and music-lover Paul English presents a collection of archive programmes focusing on music that's made the headlines.

Journalist and music-lover Paul English focuses on music that's made the headlines.

Headlines20120731

Journalist and music-lover Paul English presents a collection of archive programmes focusing on music that made the headlines, featuring Eric Clapton, Vic Galloway and Muriel Gray.

Journalist and music-lover Paul English focuses on music that's made the headlines.

Headlines20120807

Muriel Gray tells the story of the 1969 Rolling Stones gig at Altamont.

Muriel Gray takes us back to Altamont - to the Rolling Stones gig of December 1969 at which the dreams of the 60's love generation were shattered forever and tells the story of that most disastrous of American wars; Vietnam.

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Vic Galloway defies the censors in The Banned History of Rock and Roll.

Vic Galloway defies the censors in The Banned History of Rock and Roll and Muriel Gray hears how the Iraq war inspired new musicians.

Headlines20130219

Journalist and music-lover Paul English focuses on music that made the headlines.

Journalist and music-lover Paul English presents a zone focusing on music that's made the headlines. Bask in the records the censors didn't want you to hear in episodes of 'The Banned History of Rock and Roll'. Plus, in 'When Pop and Politics Meet', find out what happens when the music business lands in the real world with a bump - tackling war, racism and government policy head-on.

Headlines20130226

Journalist and music-lover Paul English focuses on music that made the headlines.

Journalist and music-lover Paul English presents archive programmes looking back at music that hit the headlines. This week, Eminem and Marilyn Manson in Glasgow and Sex Pistols 1977.

Headlines20130305

Journalist and music-lover Paul English presents a zone focusing on music that's made the headlines. This week, Muriel Gray finds out more about the Musicians United for Safe Energy campaign, which began in the 1970s; and Vic Galloway on whether matters of race and religion can live together with rock music in perfect harmony, in an archives episode of The Banned History of Rock and Roll.

Journalist and music-lover Paul English presents a zone focusing on music that's made the headlines. In a programme first broadcast in 2007, Pat Kane looks back at the Gig on the Green in the city of Glasgow, and the arrival of Eminem and Marilyn Manson in the dear green place. Another Gig that Changed the World follows, back to 1977 and the sail past the Houses of Parliament by the Sex Pistols.

Headlines20130312

Journalist and music-lover Paul English presents a zone focusing on music that's made the headlines. This week, Muriel Gray discovers how Eric Clapton's controversial remarks in 1976 ignited the Rock Against Racism movement, and Vic Galloway on whether music and politics can come together without a backlash.

Headlines20130319

Journalist and music-lover Paul English presents a zone focusing on music that's made the headlines. This week, Muriel Gray with the story of a gig that changed the world, she talks to those who were there, at Altamont in 1969. Followed by the story of Vietnam, and the music it's opposition inspired.

Headlines20130326

Journalist and music-lover Paul English focuses on music that made the headlines.

Paul English presents archive programmes on music that's made the headlines. This week, drugs in Rock and Roll with Vic Galloway, and how the war in Iraq inspired new musicians and also encouraged those who fought the fight 60 years ago to raise their voices in song.

LIsten online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at bbc.co.uk/radioscotland.

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M8 Special20120410

Vic Galloway takes a road trip along the M8 motorway in search of musical gems.

Vic Galloway journeys along the M8 corridor discovering the music of the motorway, including Idlewild and The Proclaimers, plus a focus on classic Waterboys album This is the Sea.

Music That Made The Headlines20120710

The Zone focuses on music that made the headlines, including Vic Galloway's Banned History of Rock and Roll and an edition of When Pop and Politics Meet with Muriel Gray.

Journalist and music-lover Paul English focuses on music that's made the headlines.

Journalist and music-lover Paul English presents a collection of archive programmes focusing on music that's made the headlines.

Music That's Made The Headlines20110614

Paul English with a special Zone focusing on music that's made the headlines featuring 'The Banned History of Rock and Roll' and an edition of 'Gigs That Changed The World' on the Sex Pistols.

Paul English with a special Zone focusing on music that's made the headlines.

Davie Scott celebrates some of Scotland's most iconic rock and roll albums with a look at Teenage Fanclub's Bandwagonesque and the Average White Band's White album.

Northern Soul20110410

Stuart Cosgrove takes you to Wigan Casino with a marathon selection of his 'Floorfillers'.

Northern Soul20110102

Stuart Cosgrove takes you to Wigan Casino with a marathon selection of his 'Floorfillers'.

Punk And Alternative Zone20111115

Vic Galloway presents a special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone.

Vic Galloway presents a special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone including a profile of the album Bandwagonesque by Teenage Fanclub and a celebration of Doc Marten boots.

Punk And Alternative Zone20111122

Vic Galloway presents a special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone.

Vic Galloway heads off to a 1980s indie disco in the company of Scottish post-punk idol Claire Grogan in this special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone.

Punk And Alternative Zone20111129

Vic Galloway presents a special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone.

Vic Galloway presents a special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone featuring interviews with notorious Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon, legendary rocker Debbie Harry and The New York Dolls.

Punk And Post-punk20110306

Vic Galloway presents a special Punk and Post-Punk Zone.

Punk Rock20120821

Vic Galloway presents a special punk rock and alternative Zone.

Vic Galloway presents a special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone featuring interviews with Joey Ramone and Sex Pistols legend John Lydon.

Punk/alternative20120911

Vic Galloway presents a special Punk Rock and Alternative Zone featuring Teenage Fanclub's Bandwagonesque in Classic Scottish Albums and celebrates the 50th birthday of Doc Martens.

Vic Galloway presents a special punk rock and alternative Zone.

Songwriter Special
Stevie Sole Introduces...20101219

Hear Beastie Boys and LCD Soundsystem recorded live on stage at the 2007 Connect Festival.

Stevie Sole's Classic Tracks20101226

Stevie Sole with classic archive tracks from indie tunes to Ibiza anthems.

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Annie McGuire with sessions from Camera Obscura and Big Ned, plus Huw Stephens at SXSW

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Vic Galloway introduces a SXSW special.

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Thank You For The Music20111220

Davey Scott says Thank You For The Music to Love and Money's James Grant.

Thank You For The Music20111227

Davey Scott says Thank You For The Music to Roddy Woomble of Idlewild.

Thank You For The Music20121030

Davey Scott hosts a Zone thanking Riley Briggs for his music.

As host of this week's Zone, Davey Scott selects an episode of Thank You for the Music, featuring Riley Briggs of Aberfeldy, first broadcast in 2007.

Thank You For The Music20121127

Janice Forsyth interviews Davie Scott in an archive episode of Thank You For The Music.

Janice Forsyth interviews Davie Scott in an archive episode of Thank You For The Music first broadcast in 2007. Listen online 7 days a week, 24 hours a day www.bbc.co.uk/radioscotland.

Thank You For The Music Special20110417

Davey Scott says Thank You For the Music in a Zone packed full of our Radio Scotland series of that very name and he'll be thanking Norman Blake, James Grant, Roddy Woomble, Riley Briggs, Idlewild and King Creosote for their music.

Davey Scott introduces a Thank You For the Music special.

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Davey Scott introduces a Thank You For the Music special.

Davey Scott says Thank You For the Music in a Zone packed full of our Radio Scotland series of that very name and he'll be thanking Norman Blake, James Grant, Roddy Woomble, Riley Briggs, Idlewild and King Creosote for their music.

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Davey Scott says Thank You For the Music in a Zone packed full of our Radio Scotland series of that very name and he'll be thanking Norman Blake, James Grant, Roddy Woomble, Riley Briggs, Idlewild and King Creosote for their music.

Davey Scott introduces a Thank You For the Music special.

Davey Scott with a Thank You for the Music Special with Norman Blake and Roddy Woomble.