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Three of Scotland’s top young magicians join The Hour to showcase their magic skills.
Fashion expert Julie Hannah and hair stylist Leo McCallum help Brian Miller and Kathryn Pearson restyle each other.
Baby Diaries couple Laurene Mathers and Graham Kerr brought baby Cameron Kerr-Shaw to The Hour and spoke about Laurene’s pregnancy and how it feels to be parents.
Eva Schloss remembers her time in an Auschwitz concentration camp, her friendship with step-sister Anne Frank and how Anne's diary gave her closure.
Scott Cunningham and his loyal labrador Travis have trekked all over Scotland to raise money for Guide Dogs. Scott is being honoured by the Queen and Travis by the Guide Dog Awards for their fundraising efforts.
The delicious single is entirely edible and plays a recognisable version of Anti-Climb Paint by Edinburgh band Found.
With stillbirth rates in the UK among the worst in the developed world, UK charity Sands has launched a petition to urge further investment in research.
Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss remembers growing up with Anne Frank and her time in Auschwitz concentration camp.
Author Ronald Halliday talks to The Hour about why Scotland has become a global hotspot for UFO sightings.
The National Theatre of Scotland is celebrating its fifth birthday by streaming 235 back-to-back five-minute long theatre pieces online for 24 hours. Project manager Marianne Maxwell spoke to The Hour about the event.
The Hour followed mum-to-be Laurene Mathers as she went into labour and gave birth to a beautiful baby boy.
A compilation of messages from soldiers serving in Afghanistan to their dads on The Hour.
Now that exams are out of the way, the young adults of Doon Academy can finally celebrate with an American-style High School Prom.
As the UK version of American reality dating series The Bachelor is about to air, comedian Julia Sutherland offers some dating hot tips.
Damian Muir was stabbed in Greenock by a convicted criminal with a history of knife crimes. His father John talks to The Hour about his plans to put a stop to Scotland’s knife culture.
Author Ewan McVicar has put together Scottish songs and rhymes from as far back as the 19th century in his new book ABC My Grannie Caught a Flea.
Dr Libby Wilson of Friends at the End and Ben Scott of Care Not Killing joined The Hour to discuss the issues around assisted suicide following the broadcast of Terry Pratchett: Choosing to Die.
The Hour followed mum-to-be Laurene Mathers as she threw a baby shower for her friends with the help of host Lisa Carsons.
This month John Amabilie is taking us room by room through an award winning showhouse which he designed, giving us the viewers an insight into the tricks and tips designers use to maximise the impact of any room.
Battling cancer myself, I fought back tears as I chatted to the footballer about charity work, how cancer has changed his life and his future goals, including a possible return to Celtic.