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BBC and National Theatre of Scotland project Scenes For Survival flourishes further with move to iPlayer
Acclaimed Scottish theatre project Scenes for Survival - created by the National Theatre of Scotland in response to the Covid-19 outbreak - is to go into a new phase with episodes being showcased on BBC iPlayer, starting with a new drama starring Alan Cumming.
Following the success of the acclaimed award-winning drama Guilt, BBC Two and BBC Scotland have announced that it will return for a second four-part series.
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.
BBC Three is partnering with BBC Scotland and Screen Scotland for a new collaboration that will provide local companies with the opportunity to win a four-part series commission.
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.
Following Tony Hall’s extension of BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine and the recent success of Lockdown Live at London’s Wigmore Hall series throughout June, live classical music will return to Scotland with four recitals at Glasgow’s City Halls, as broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.
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.
Mental Health Awareness Week this year falls in unprecedented times - the nation is coming to terms with isolation and uncertainty and the UK is facing an unknown future.
A project aimed at making a difference to some of the country's most vulnerable people - including those with autism and sight loss, individuals low on food stocks and single people looking for companionship - is already paying dividends.
The BBC today announced dedicated programming across television, radio and BBC iPlayer to mark the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe.
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
BBC Scotland has unveiled a raft of measures including commissioning two new series on life during the lockdown, funding development of ideas for future production, re-licencing archive programmes from Scottish producers and working with network services to licence recent BBC Scotland programming in a bid to help support the hard-pressed creative sector.
The BBC today unveils its biggest push on education in its history - ensuring that every child in the UK has the opportunity to continue to follow the appropriate core parts of their nation’s school curriculum in these challenging times.
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.
BBC Scotland Director Donalda MacKinnon is to stand down as the corporation's Scottish leader after four years in the role and 33 years with the broadcaster.
Piper and whistle player Ali Levack (pictured) has been named BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician 2020 - the 20th recipient of the prestigious award - after an outstanding winning performance at Glasgow’s City Halls.
Past and present winners celebrate 20 years of BBC Radio Scotland's Young Traditional Musician Award
It’s just over a week until the 20th winner of BBC Radio Scotland’s Young Traditional Musician of the Year is announced on February 2.
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.
Acclaimed BBC One murder-mystery drama Shetland will return for two more series with Douglas Henshall reprising his role as DI Jimmy Perez alongside series regulars Alison O’Donnell and Steven Robertson. The series is made by Silverprint Pictures for BBC One.
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.
On TV, BBC One will air Remembrance programming including the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance 2019 and The Cenotaph. BBC One will also broadcast a special one-off documentary, Gary Lineker: My Grandad’s War, where the presenter retraces the steps of his late grandfather Stanley Abbs during World War Two.
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.
Mike McKenzie has won the inaugural BBC Radio Scotland Singer/Songwriter Award after an outstanding performance in the live final.
Blue Peter is launching its first ever music badge in collaboration with BBC Music Day on Thursday with lifelong Blue Peter fan and multi award-winning singer/songwriter, Ed Sheeran, designing the latest iconic shield.
24.09.2019 BBC One, CBBC, Radio 1, Radio 1Xtra, Radio 2, Radio 3, Radio 4, Radio 5 Live, Radio 6 Music, Radio, News, Daytime, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, English Regions, BBC Music, BBC Sounds, Sport
The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (BBC SSO), with Big Noise Govanhill, is to take up residence in a Glasgow secondary school as it builds up to a special one-off concert, which will inspire and entertain young musicians, as well as their families, friends and the community at large.
Aspiring singer/songwriters take to the airwaves in bid to secure final spot in prestigious BBC Radio Scotland award
Audiences will have the chance to vote over the next two weeks for talented musicians who’ve been shortlisted for the inaugural BBC Radio Scotland Singer/Songwriter Award.
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.
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