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After captivating viewers, BBC Scotland’s documentary series Murder Case will return for a second series continuing its unparalleled access to Police Scotland’s Major Investigations Team (MITs). Murder Case debuted on the new BBC Scotland channel in June with a strong TV performance and has since become a BBC iPlayer success story, securing over 700,000 download requests for the first two episodes. A new, third, episode will air next month, looking at the violent murder of Paisley man Stephen Wallace in 2018.
BBC Scotland today announced that after a competitive process Multiplatform Productions has secured the tender to produce Hogmanay Live.
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, the BBC is launching its critically acclaimed virtual reality film 1943 Berlin Blitz in 360° for the first time.
Aspiring filmmakers have the chance to produce their own documentaries for broadcast on the BBC Scotland channel thanks to a new collaboration.
Acting legend and River City icon, Una McLean, has retired from BBC Scotland’s weekly soap after over a decade playing matriarch Molly O’Hara.
Emun Elliot (Filth, The Paradise), Bill Paterson (Fleabag, Inside No.9), Ellie Haddington (Endeavour, Motherland), Ruth Bradley (The Split, The Fall), Sian Brooke (Doctor Foster, Sherlock) and Michael Nardone (Rellik, The Night Manager) have joined the cast of four-part drama Guilt which starts filming in Scotland next week and will premiere on BBC Scotland’s recently launched digital channel later this year, followed by BBC Two.
The new BBC Scotland channel has made a strong start, attracting record digital audiences for its opening night schedule.
Speech by Tony Hall, BBC Director-General, at the BBC Scotland channel launch at The Science Centre in Glasgow on Sunday 24 February.
Stephen Jardine will take the presenter’s chair on Debate Night - the flagship current affairs debate show on the new BBC Scotland channel which launches on 24 February.
Meet the faces of The Nine - the BBC Scotland team that will bring the national and international news to Scotland in the new channel’s flagship nightly hour-long programme.
Scottish comedian Iain Stirling will kick off the new BBC Scotland channel on 24 February with A Night at the Theatre, a one-off show to feature Scottish performing talent with comedy, music and plenty of audience surprises.
BBC Scotland have released full details of where audiences can find its new channel which launches on 24 February 2019.
Scottish singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé, award-winning actor Mark Bonnar, comedy legends Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill and a raft of new talent and documentaries showcasing modern Scotland, are lined up to feature on the new BBC Scotland television channel launching next month.
Mark Bonnar and Jamie Sives cast in Guilt - BBC Scotland’s first drama commission for new television channel
Acclaimed Scots actors Mark Bonnar (Catastrophe, Line Of Duty and Unforgotten) and Jamie Sives (Chernobyl, Frontier, Game Of Thrones), will star in Guilt, a new four-part drama series written by Neil Forsyth (Eric, Ernie And Me, Bob Servant) - the first drama commission for BBC Scotland’s new digital channel.
BBC Scotland has announced the three new personalities that will be the voice of its new channel for Scotland.
The first official pictures of The Nine set have been released, highlighting the look of the news hour which will launch on the new BBC Scotland channel in February 2019, bringing national and international news to audiences across Scotland.
Iconic BBC comedy Still Game will premiere its ninth - and final series - on the new BBC Scotland channel when it launches on Sunday 24 February 2019.
Judges are considering three houses in the North of the country as this week’s contenders for Scotland’s Home Of The Year.
It’s crunch time for the judges as they come together to consider all seven finalists and reveal Scotland’s Home Of The Year.
Three houses in the West of the country go under the spotlight in this week’s search for Scotland’s Home Of The Year.
Judges Michael Angus, Anna Campbell-Jones and Kate Spiers head to two of Scotland’s islands in their final road-trip to find Scotland’s Home of the Year.
Parenting problems and surprises are the subject of this final episode of #BumpBirthBaby, as the vloggers and bloggers discuss all the things no-one tells you about having a baby from emotional anxiety to medical issues.
In this second episode, we meet four mums trying to juggle family with work while struggling to find a little ‘me-time’.
Just 40 years ago it was illegal to be gay in Scotland, now the country is a leader in LGBTQ+ rights - and Glasgow is home to a thriving drag scene.
The judges venture to the South of Scotland to visit three more houses, as they continue their quest to find Scotland’s Home Of The Year.
First up in tonight’s visit to the East of Scotland is a renovated B-listed farmhouse just outside North Berwick.
Burnistoun is back and ready to tune in! This one-off special of the hit sketch show celebrates television in Scotland, from the nostalgic black-and-white past to everyone’s coolest modern-day favourites, all viewed through the hilarious and unique Burnistoun filter.
Exploring the power of friendship between intensely smart, complicated and ambitious young people on the cusp of an ever-enticing but dangerous adult world, the second series of the drama sees Holly encounter a radically different clique: a band of brothers.
Jack, Victor and the rest of the Craiglang gang are back for the much-anticipated ninth - and final - series of Still Game, as the iconic comedy goes into retirement.
This new six-part series provides a unique insight into the lives of Scottish school children swept up in the highly competitive Freestyle dance craze that's spreading like a fever from Elgin to Edinburgh.
The Grey Area is a remarkable new film from Bafta Award-winning director Garry Anthony Fraser, featuring cast largely found through self-run drama workshops and Addiction Recovery groups in Edinburgh - which also serves as the location for the story.
Grado gears up for an action-packed new adventure as the host of Test Drive, BBC Scotland’s quirky new car-based game show.
Take a peek inside some of the country’s most stunning properties, as three judges travel the length and breadth of the nation in search of Scotland’s Home Of The Year.
This new three-part series goes behind the scenes with Scotland’s biggest Asian wedding planners, Saffron Events, as they create some of the most spectacular weddings over a summer season
A weekly hour-long sideways look at Scottish football, hosted by real fans who pay to watch the game.
A new generation of mums-to-be and first-time parents are going ga-ga for social media from the minute they find out they’re expecting. #BumpBirthBaby explores the 21st century obsession with charting every parental high and low on social platforms.
Nick Nairn and Dougie Vipond are celebrating the best food Scotland has to offer, in a brand new eight-part series.
This fast-moving new 10-part series sees Scots speak their minds on the subject of the week’s news, events and gossip.
The owners of the first home up for consideration in this week’s instalment of Scotland’s Home of the Year spent more than a year renovating their des res.
Meet the people at the heart of Glasgow’s Central Station - the busiest railway station in Scotland - that has been part of the city’s lifeblood for 140 years.
This fascinating one-hour documentary follows six months in the life of Scottish vlogger Jamie Genevieve, pictured, a former make-up counter assistant turned YouTube sensation.
Eight wannabe wrestlers are put through their paces to see who will be strong enough to make it into the ring for real, in new three-part series.
It’s week two in the ring for the rogues, and coaches Lionheart and Jester take no prisoners as they ramp up the training regime.
Making the transition from radio to the screen, Breaking The News is the multi-award winning topical comedy news quiz which takes a satirical swipe at the week's news agenda in Scotland and across the UK.
The new BBC Scotland channel will be the home of SPFL Championship coverage, screening live matches which will be scheduled regularly on Friday nights.
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