Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell accuses people of using Celtic for their own political agenda over the living wage.
Former Motherwell boss Stuart McCall admits he misses life on the training pitch but has "nothing imminent lined" up.
Celtic boss Ronny Deila will build his team around Scott Brown, after the club captain signed a new four-year contract.
Former SFA compliance officer Vincent Lunny speaks to BBC Scotland's Jim Spence about his three years in the job.
Derby County striker Johnny Russell tells BBC Radio Derby about his pride at winning his first international cap for Scotland.
Celtic captain Scott Brown signs a four-year contract extension that will keep him at the Glasgow club until 2018.
Prospective Rangers investor Dave King says Sandy Easdale sought assurances that he would not be forced out of Ibrox.
John Hughes says Graeme Shinnie's agent has been "disrespectful" to Inverness amid speculation about the player's future.
An arrest warrant is issued for former Rangers owner Craig Whyte after he failed to appear for a court hearing.
Leroy Rosenior feels Malky Mackay's appointment as Wigan manager "makes a mockery" of an ongoing FA inquiry.
Motherwell defender Adam Cummins joins Scottish League One outfit Ayr United on a one-month loan.
Former Scotland striker Joe Jordan believes the national team are as good as anyone in Euro 2016 qualifying Group D.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Scottish Premiership game between Celtic and Dundee.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Scottish Premiership game between Dundee United and Kilmarnock.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Scottish Premiership game between Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Motherwell.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Scottish Premiership game between Hamilton Academical and St Mirren.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Scottish Premiership game between St Johnstone and Ross County.
Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Scottish Premiership game between Partick Thistle and Aberdeen.
Live coverage followed by match report of Saturday's Scottish Championship game between Heart of Midlothian and Rangers.
Dundee striker David Clarkson reckons a top-six finish is becoming a more realistic goal for the Dens Park side.
Brian Kennedy reveals that his rejected loan offer to Rangers included a clause to "protect" Ibrox in a trust.
Wigan are entitled to terminate the contract of new boss Malky Mackay if he is found guilty by an FA investigation.
Glasgow City and Bristol Academy avoid holders Wolfsburg in the Women's Champions League quarter-final draw.
Celtic are permitted to postpone their January Scottish Premiership fixture at home to St Johnstone.
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Hearts entertain Rangers knowing a win could prove significant in the Championship title race, writes Richard Wilson.
Scottish players have seen a fall in the number of minutes on the pitch in the Scottish Premiership this season, a BBC Sport study finds.
As clubs develop better youth prospects, a solution is needed to them leaving before they're ready, writes Richard Wilson.
The elements of Scotland's win over the Republic of Ireland were absent in the humbling by England, writes Tom English.
Alasdair Lamont and Phil McNulty rate how Scotland and England's players performed at Celtic Park.
BBC Scotland's Richard Wilson looks at the growing trend of Scottish football clubs becoming debt-free.
Amid all the thunderclaps, the game was won by a sumptuous goal, writes Tom English following Scotland's win over Ireland.
A further £1m loan is needed to see club through November but future funding is still not secured.