The remit of BBC One Scotland is to complement the networked BBC One schedule by providing mixed-genre programmes appealing to mainstream Scottish audiences which displace or replace content otherwise available on BBC One.
The service should provide Scottish viewers with programmes that reflect and support Scottish culture, identity and heritage, and it should be the BBC's primary outlet for television coverage of major Scottish events.
BBC One Scotland provides a broad range of distinctive television content that reflects the diverse nature of Scotland and Scottish culture and heritage for audiences in Scotland. Key developments for BBC One Scotland this year are as follows.
Unless otherwise stated, all commitments are minimum hours and include originations, repeats and acquisitions.
All conditions are annual unless otherwise stated.
In addition to the conditions and commitments outlined in this annex, BBC One Scotland will contribute as appropriate to the fulfilment of a number of statutory commitments for the networked BBC One service as described in the master Statement of Programme Policy for BBC One.
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