2010

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Duration: 59 minutes

Join Jackie Bird and Phil Cunningham as they say goodbye to 2010 and hello to 2011 on Hogmanay Live. The show is live from Glasgow and celebrates the New Year in grand style with a fantastic lineup of music as well as coverage of the amazing fireworks display that takes place at midnight in the skies above Edinburgh Castle. The musical start to the year features a great mix of modern and traditional, with a very Scottish flavour - including pipers, fiddlers and some fantastic singers performing traditional and modern material and even a bit of both. As well as some great musicians, the show will be reaching out across Scotland to sample parties further afield. The show is going international with a live stream on the internet, so share a traditional Scottish New Year at home and with loved ones around the world with Hogmanay Live.

Last on

Fri 31 Dec 2010 23:45 BBC One Scotland only

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  • Contact the show

    Contact the show

    If you want to get a message to friends or family, in Scotland or around the world, send the message to us and we'll try and get it on to the programme.

    Email your Hogmanay messages to: hogmanay@bbc.co.uk

  • On BBC Red Button

    Watch Hogmanay Live 2010 at bbc.co.uk/scotland and on BBC Red Button.

    Sky, Virgin Media & Freeview:
    Fri 31 December, 23:45 - 00:45
    (Not available on Freesat)

    Using the red button
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Credits

Presenter
Jackie Bird
Presenter
Phil Cunningham
Producer
Graham Mitchell
Executive Producer
Euan Angus

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