TV and radio presenter Shereen Nanjiani has spoken of her “complete surprise” at being made an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
Nicola Sturgeon has said Boris Johnson would be a “disaster as prime minister” and has slammed his time as the UK Government’s foreign secretary.
Emeli Sande is touring Scotland in search of street performers to join her on stage.
Firearms police have attended thousands of incidents in Scotland which did not require an armed response, according to reports.
Two hairdressers are set to star in a brand new TV show based around their barber chair chats with clients.
Jackie Bird, one of Scotland’s best-known broadcasters, has presented her final news bulletin for the BBC.
Two disco-dancing Dundonian youngsters will be appearing on TV screens across the country as part of a new documentary series.
Still Game stars Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill have walked the red carpet at a special Glasgow Film Festival event celebrating the show.
The new BBC Scotland channel is set to be launched, a year after being officially announced by the corporation.
Critically-acclaimed drama Tutti Frutti is to return to TV screens after more than 30 years when it is shown on the new BBC Scotland channel.
The first pictures have been released of Line of Duty star Martin Compston’s guest turn in Scottish sitcom Still Game.
Still Game fans will get to see the final series of the comedy show when it airs on the new BBC Scotland channel in February.
The cast of Still Game will reunite for a last live stage show to retire the characters once the final television series finishes.
A Dundee community group hopes a new BBC Scotland documentary series will “put Lochee on the map” as it explores social issues in the city.
A Kirkton pensioner claims his late wife was left “like a vegetable” after being operated on by a disgraced surgeon.
A former social worker involved in the case of murdered two-year-old Liam Fee said she feels as if the blame for his death has been placed on her.
A Dundee man whose video of kilted yoga sessions in a forest became a viral hit has been targeted with homophobic hate mail at his home.
The BBC is to create a new channel for Scotland as part of plans which will see the "biggest single investment" in the corporation north of the border for more than 20 years.
The success of the ARCHIE Foundation’s Oor Wullie Bucket Trail will be shared with the nation next week as BBC1 Scotland broadcasts excerpts from the auction.