Starts Monday 7 January at 4.30pm for six weeks
A host of celebrities and comedians will show off their ability to ‘fake it’ in ITV2’s brand new panel show, Fake Reaction, starting next month.
STV has unveiled key highlights of its 2013 schedule, including the best network material and a diverse range of original, Scottish productions.
Scottish Passport 2013 – Monday 7th January for six weeks at 8pm
Rod Stewart’s Christmas to be broadcast at 10pm on Saturday 8th December
An advertising campaign devised by STV Creative will be used to promote a specialist dating website internationally.
Proceeds from the sale of a Jack Vettriano painting have helped the STV Appeal 2012 reach an amazing two million pounds milestone.
STV is producing a unique, three part series, in partnership with The Herald, examining the history and development of the independence question in Scotland.
STV Productions has been commissioned to make eight episodes of Fake Reaction, a brand new panel show, for ITV2.
Wedding dance programme, First Dance, to air on 14th November at 8.45pm
Some of Britain’s best loved celebrities will show off their antiques knowledge in the new series of BBC Two's popular Celebrity Antiques Road Trip, and this time round we see a very rare and highly collectible find in South Wales, delivering a record profit for the show.
STV’s movie man Grant Lauchlan returns this month with a brand new series of the popular film review show Moviejuice.
STV Productions today confirmed a new commission from ITV1 of 8 x 45' episodes of Catchphrase. This will be co produced with DRG, the international distribution partner of STV Productions.
STV has launched its latest platform, the STV Player App in the Apple App Store and in Google Play, allowing viewers to watch 30 days of catch-up within their licence areas of Scotland.
Starts Monday 1st October at 5.15pm for six weeks
Starts 14th September at 8pm for six weeks
Lorraine Kelly has revealed the STV Appeal 2012 has so far raised a grand total of £1,913,080 for children in Scotland affected by poverty.
Thousands of pounds have been raised for children and young people in Scotland affected by poverty by Scottish businesses.
The STV Player is now live on YouView set top boxes and available within the STV licence areas of Scotland.