STV and STV2 will bring viewers the best of this summer's Edinburgh Festival, broadcasting live from The Dome in the city's New Town every weekday from Wednesday 2 August.
Glasgow, Orkney, Dundee, Fife, Sutherland and East Kilbride will feature in a new series of STV's The People's History Show, which explores the tales of Scotland's past in eight brand new episodes starting Monday 12 June at 2000.
STV will broadcast the World Cup qualifier match between Scotland and England live from Hampden Park on Saturday 10th June.
STV2’s Peter and Roughie will celebrate Scotland’s greatest football year with a week of special programmes starting Monday 22nd May, including the first transmission in 50 years of a unique Celtic ’67 documentary.
STV will bring viewers extensive on air and online coverage of the 2017 General Election, including a live overnight results programme.
STV Productions, one of the UK’s leading content businesses, has appointed Peter Collins as Head of Specialist Factual. The appointment further strengthens STV Productions’ successful multi-genre team which has a solid record of success across entertainment, factual and drama.
STV has confirmed details of a live TV debate with the leaders of the four main political parties in Scotland ahead of the General Election in June.
STV will explore the shocking range of financial scams in Scotland and the devastating effect they can have on ordinary people as popular series Stopping Scotland's Scammers returns on Friday 5 May at 2000.
STV has confirmed that new channel, STV2, will launch on Monday 24 April with a distinct and exciting schedule, featuring a variety of new programmes for Scotland including an enhanced hourly news service, a live daily magazine show, an award winning soap, features on local sport, the best of UK and international drama as well as classic movies.
STV announces that new channel, STV2, will launch at 1700 on Monday 24 April to viewers across Scotland.
Scotland Tonight will broadcast live from inside the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh for a series of three special programmes on Tuesday 18th, Wednesday 19th and Thursday 20th April airing on STV Glasgow and STV Edinburgh at 2230, and STV at 2300.
STV will broadcast Holyrood Referendum Debates – an STV News special tomorrow, Tuesday 21 March, and Wednesday 22 March at 1400.