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Your calls, texts and emails about the issues of the day.

With Shereen Nanjiani.

Morning phone-in with Shereen Nanjiani about the issues of the day.

With Graham Stewart.

Morning phone-in with Graham Stewart about the issues of the day.

Graham Stewart looks back at the stories that had Scotland talking in 2008.

Your chance to have a say on the issues that are making the news, Graham Stewart will be taking your calls, texts and emails between 9.00am and 10.00am.

We will also be asking for your opinions and experiences directly from the streets, with reporters on the ground across Scotland, and guests in the studio.

Call Graham on 0500 92 95 00 [free from BT landlines; charges for mobiles and other networks will vary], or text 80295 [network charges apply]

Phone-in with Graham Stewart, plus the Investigation looks at the prisons.

Phone-in with Graham Stewart, plus the Investigation looks at elderly carers.

Phone-in with Graham Stewart, plus the Investigation looks at elderly citizens caring for disadvantaged relatives, partners or friends.

Your chance to have a say on the issues that are making the news, Ian Hamilton will be taking your calls, texts and emails between 9.00am and 10.00am.

Call Ian on 0500 92 95 00 [free from BT landlines; charges for mobiles and other networks will vary], or text 80295 [network charges apply]

Your chance to have a say on the top news stories of the day.

Gary Robertson hosts your morning phone in.

We'll be looking for your calls, texts and emails, and we'll be out and about around the country to hear your opinions.

If you're talking about it, we will be too.

Call Gary on 0500 92 95 00 [free from BT landlines; charges for mobiles and other networks will vary], or text 80295 [network charges apply]Your chance to have a say on the issues that are making the news, Graham Stewart will be taking your calls, texts and emails between 9.

Your chance to have a say on the issues that are making the news.

We will also be asking for your opinions and experiences directly from the streets, with reporters on the ground across Scotland, and guests in studio.

Call 0500 92 95 00 [free from BT landlines] or text 80295 [network charges apply]

With The Investigation.

Pennie Taylor looks at the threat to Scottish male fertility as a direct result of genital chlamydia.

Morning phone in about the issues of the day.

Call Gary on 0500 92 95 00 free from BT landlines; charges for mobiles and other networks will vary], or text 80295 [network charges apply]

Some experts claim our oil's running out and that climate change is happening faster than previously predicted.

Faced with limited government action, towns across the UK are taking matters into their own hands and planning for a vastly different future.

Mark Stephen investigates the phenomenon of 'Transition Towns' and discovers why Scottish communities may shortly be joining this grass routes movement.

Through the Looking Glass

Shelley Jofre investigates why a little-known eyesight problem is preventing at least a third of the population from learning to read properly and fulfilling their potential.

Called binocular instability or visual stress, the problem can easily be detected and treated.

The programme investigates the devastating impact on the lives of sufferers and why the condition continues to be ignored by health and educational authorities.