Carl MacDougall, Edwin Morgan, Liz Lochhead and Iain Banks explore Scottish writing, its heritage and major influences in a landmark series.
Carl MacDougall wrote and presented Writing Scotland. His work includes prize-winning novels Stone Over Water, The Lights Below and The Casanova Papers, plus his acclaimed collection of short stories Elvis Is Dead.
Carl was born in Glasgow but spent his childhood in Perthshire and Argyll, where he still has strong family connections.
The Writing Scotland website was co-produced between BBC Scotland and Creative Context.
The copy in the Writers section of this site was written by Laura Carol Blount, Rhona Brown, Helen Lloyd, Lyndsay Lunan, Kirsty MacDonald, Susan Neil, Niall O'Gallagher (all from Glasgow University's Scottish Literature department), and by Moira Burgess, a freelance writer based in Glasgow.