A break-out star of gruelling TV drama Chernobyl has dedicated his best television actor award at the Scottish Baftas to the victims of the nuclear accident.
One of the creators of the Scottish comedy Still Game has said he is “chuffed to bits” the show has been awarded the Outstanding Contribution to Television award at Scottish Baftas.
Line Of Duty star Martin Compston and Trainspotting actress Kelly MacDonald will be among the famous faces attending this year’s Bafta Scotland awards later this week.
Scottish comedy Still Game is to be recognised by Bafta Scotland with an Outstanding Contribution to Television award.
Still Game fans did a double take during Glastonbury, with many viewers spotting Boaby the Barman on stage with Kylie Minogue.
Filming major productions including the Fast & Furious spin-off Hobbs & Shaw brought just over £19 million to Glasgow’s economy last year.
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.
The first pictures have been released of Line of Duty star Martin Compston’s guest turn in Scottish sitcom Still Game.
The creators of Still Game have said their comedy is an aspirational show about the joys of getting old.
Still Game’s Tam and Isa have admitted it was “awful sad” to bring the curtain down on the iconic Scottish sitcom.
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.
Stars including Midge Ure, Amy Macdonald and Martin Compston will appear in the final series of hit BBC comedy Still Game.
BBC comedy Still Game will return for a ninth and final series later this year, it has been announced.
Tennis ace Sir Andy Murray has become a father for the second time.
Times can be tough when you’re a pensioner.
Hit comedy Still Game is taking a classical twist with the famous BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra recording a new version of its theme tune.
Popular Scottish comedy Still Game is returning to TV after almost a decade since the last series.