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.
Ahead of a new BBC Scotland charity bake sale contest programme, Three Sisters Bake entrepreneur and series judge Nichola Reith reveals to Michael Alexander the influence of her granny’s Kirriemuir sweet shop in deciding upon her chosen career.
Ghostbusters director Paul Feig has said the backlash to his female-led film was “terrible”.
Bros star Matt Goss’s comic rant about conkers has been named the television moment of the year at the Edinburgh TV Festival.
Actress Maureen Beattie has said she is “absolutely delighted” to be recognised in the New Year Honours list.
Scotland is ahead of England in terms of tackling the issue of single-use plastics, one of two big problems facing the planet, according to an award-winning wildlife cameraman.
A new Channel 4 documentary will examine how Vladimir Putin has used his spy skills as the leader of a nuclear power.
Television has a problem attracting younger audiences and is watched primarily by “older, posher” people, the boss of BBC Two has said.
Hollywood actor Alan Cumming has spoken of his proud Scottish roots in a lecture at Glasgow University.