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Beautifully restored Victorian apartment in Glasgow’s West End named Scotland’s Home Of The Year 2020
A beautifully restored Victorian conversion in Glasgow’s West End has been crowned Scotland’s Home Of The Year in the finale of the popular BBC Scotland series, filmed at Glasgow’s iconic House For An Art Lover. A third series of the popular property show, made by IWC Media (a Banijay Group company), has also been announced for 2021.
The BBC Scotland channel is the destination to relive the best music moments from the TRNSMT festival, with a special takeover evening celebrating the biggest and best performances from the festival’s three-year history, presented by Edith Bowman on Saturday 11 July.
Following a break due to the Coronavirus pandemic, plans are underway which will hopefully see River City, Scotland’s award-winning continuing drama, resume filming again in August. New episodes are planned to air on the BBC Scotland channel and BBC One Scotland in late September, after filming paused in March this year.
Some of River City’s most iconic moments - including the 2002 debut episode, shocking murders, dramatic weddings and a spectacular explosion - will be celebrated over 10 weeks in River City Rewind, as classic episodes from the show’s 18-year history are shown once again, exclusively on the BBC Scotland channel from Monday 15 June. These must-see episodes will also be available on BBC iPlayer.
The BBC will support and represent faith communities during the COVID-19 pandemic across its networks.
09.04.2020 BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Three, CBeebies, Radio 2, Radio 3, Radio 4, Asian Network, World Service, BBC iPlayer, Radio, Online and interactive, News, Factual, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, English Regions, Commissioning, BBC Sounds, BBC Scotland
Living with dwarfism, the impact of alcoholism on families and the lack of diversity in books are just some of the thousands of powerful original stories submitted to the BBC Young Reporter Competition.
Two major new documentary films – recently screened at the Glasgow Film Festival - are to be shown on the BBC Scotland channel.
A mystery disappearance, a suspected secret guarded for 16 years, a murder trial in search of answers - two-part documentary Murder Trial: The Disappearance Of Margaret Fleming has unprecedented access to the investigation and subsequent trial of co-accused Edward Cairney and Avril Jones, the first time a murder trial has ever been filmed in Glasgow High Court.
Susan Calman fronts the Hogmanay festivities on television this year in an extended offering, including a sofa full of Scotland’s stars to get the party started.
The Scotts, Group and the Daly Grind make up a trio of new comedies from BBC Scotland, showcasing new and established comic talent, working in partnership with Screen Scotland to develop and deliver new comedy for Scottish audiences.
BBC Scotland brings audiences in-depth coverage and analysis of Election 2019 across television, radio and online
BBC Scotland’s news and current affairs teams are producing an extensive range of programming to keep audiences up-to-date with all the campaign news and the big breaking stories from the General Election 2019
Popular comedian, presenter and writer Susan Calman is to front this year’s extended BBC Scotland Hogmanay output, joined by Des Clarke and Amy Irons, who will capture the unique atmosphere of Scotland’s world-renowned celebrations live on the night.
BBC Scotland, the BBC’s new digital channel for Scotland, which launched in February this year, celebrated a clean sweep at the Bafta Scotland awards ceremony in Glasgow last night, picking up a bumper crop of gongs across multiple categories.
Mark Bonnar plays Max, a high-flying lawyer driven by a desire for self-progression and self-preservation. Older brother to Jake, Max is manipulative and appears to have it all - a flash car, big house, beautiful wife and a law firm in the heart of Edinburgh. But appearances can be deceiving.
Jamie Sives plays Jake in Guilt. The total opposite to his brother Max, Jake has a good heart and a moral conscience. A failed musician, Jake owns an independent record shop called Leith Beats, which has more vinyl than customers. Unlike his brother Max, Jake lacks ambition and is drifting aimlessly through life - until he meets Angie.
BBC Scotland's consumer affairs correspondent Laura Miller is to join the presenting team on the country's most popular TV news programme, Reporting Scotland.
Patrick Holland, Controller BBC Two has announced a major history series about the British Empire, new comedies from Sara Pascoe, Limmy and Sophie Willan, a documentary series with unprecedented access to parole board panels, a brand new jewellery competition format and Impeachment: American Crime Story, the third instalment of the award-winning franchise.
Multi-million selling recording artist and Scottish music legend, Barbara Dickson, OBE, will headline this year’s BBC Proms In The Park at Glasgow Green.
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.
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