Celebrity Antiques Road Trip returns Tuesday 17 November at 1900 on BBC2
STV cameras will return to the Court of Session to film closing submissions in the proceedings brought on by the legal challenge to the election of Liberal Democrat Alistair Carmichael as MP for Orkney and Shetland when the Election Court trial resumes next week.
STV Productions and GroupM Entertainment has finalised a format deal for a new hard-hitting documentary series examining life behind prison bars with leading Australian broadcaster Nine Network.
Prison: First & Last 24 Hours follows convicted criminals on the two most important days of any sentence: the first and the last 24 hours.
Lorraine Kelly has tonight (Friday 16th October) revealed that the STV Children’s Appeal has raised a grand total of £2,913,083 for children living in poverty in Scotland.
The STV Children’s Appeal live show returns for a fifth year on Friday 16th October, with TV favourite Lorraine Kelly reflecting on a fantastic year of fundraising.
A new hard-hitting documentary series examining life behind prison bars starts on Sky 1 at 10pm on Wednesday, 28th October. Prison: First & Last 24 Hours unlocks the reality of crime and punishment in modern Britain and follows convicted criminals on the two most important days of any sentence: the first and the last 24 hours.
Edinburgh TV, radio and stage favourite, Grant Stott, is joining Ewen Cameron, Hayley Matthews and the rest of the team on STV Edinburgh's Fountainbridge Show.
For rugby fans, there is plenty to get excited about as everyone gears up for the Rugby World Cup 2015 and especially on STV which is Scotland’s home of rugby throughout the Rugby World Cup.
Viewers will be able to watch every match live either on STV or the STV Player and if they miss a game they can catch up on the action on the STV Player too.
Darling predicts English Votes for English Laws will be fatal for union
Sturgeon admits she will call a second referendum only if she knows yes will win
Former Labour Special Adviser brands “the vow” patronising
It’s time to look out your tartan edged jeans and wave that scarf because STV Productions has just delivered a documentary for BBC Scotland about the 70’s teenage obsession that was the Bay City Rollers.
Lorraine Kelly has today announced the official route for her 24-hour ceilidh challenge in aid of the STV Children’s Appeal. Beginning on Friday 11th September, the challenge will see Lorraine do-si-doing her way around the country from Dundee to Edinburgh.
STV will make television history next week when it becomes the first broadcaster in the UK to televise a Scottish court hearing live and in full.
STV News cameras will be operating inside Court 1 at the Court of Session in Edinburgh to report on proceedings brought on by the legal challenge to the election of Liberal Democrat Alistair Carmichael as MP for Orkney and Shetland.
STV Productions and GroupM Entertainment have joined forces to create a strategic development partnership that will see the two companies co-invest, co-develop and co-produce ideas across a broad range of genres.
Scotland’s most watched current affairs programme* Scotland Tonight returns to our screens next week (Monday, 24th August).
STV Edinburgh and STV Glasgow will be joining forces to bring the best of the festival into homes across the central belt of Scotland as they commence broadcasting the Edinburgh Festival 2015 programme live from Akva bar and cafe from Wednesday 5th August.
If you’ve picked up a tabloid newspaper in recent weeks you might have read about Joey Essex’s plans to become a single father or Louie Spence’s risqué new career.
The truth is, not is all it seems as Joey and Louie are just two of the stars who gave up control of their prized social media accounts in the name of comedy and a new show which hits our screens on ITV2 this Thursday.
STV Productions and GroupM Entertainment have been commissioned by Sky to go inside Scotland’s prisons to make a documentary series about life behind bars in the 21st century.
STV Productions has today announced the appointment of Dan Korn as a new creative director, reporting to Alan Clements, director of content. In this role, Dan will have a particular focus on specialist factual and returnable programming.