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Scotland at 7 – 24/07/2018

Welcome to Scotland at 7. Scotland at 7 starts at 7:00 PM on Tuesday 24th July 2018 A new regular nightly news and current affairs programme for Scotland.   Broadcasting Scotland is a new broadcaster for Scotland, producing programmes from a Scottish perspective, targeting audiences, inside Scotland and beyond. We can only be the independent […]

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Scotland at 7 – 23/07/2018

Welcome to Scotland at 7. Scotland at 7 starts at 7:00 PM on wednesday 23rd July 2018 Here is our first regular news and current affairs programme.   Broadcasting Scotland is a new broadcaster for Scotland, producing programmes from a Scottish perspective, targeting audiences, inside Scotland and beyond. We can only be the independent TV […]

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Scotland at 7 Westminster Special – 04/07/2018

Welcome to A special edition of Scotland at 7 bringing live coverage of the Opposition day debate from Westminster. Scotland at 7 starts at 7:00 PM on Monday 18th June 2018   The SNP have used an opposition day debate to call on the UK government to respect the people of Scotland as sovereign, following […]

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SNP Conference 2018 Special Report

SNP Conference Special Report Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of our Conference Special report, from the SNP Conference in Aberdeen. Full Scottish programme starts at 12:00 midday on Sunday 3rd June 2018   Day 2 of the SNP Spring Conference in Aberdeen an in our Conference Special Report Part 2, Cameron Archibald interviews Jeane Freeman MSP, Joanna CherryQC MP, Aamer […]

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SNP Conference 2018 Special Report

SNP Conference Special Report Part 1

Welcome to Part 1 of our Conference Special report, from the SNP Conference in Aberdeen. Full Scottish programme starts at 12:00 midday on Sunday 3rd June 2018   We are in Aberdeen for the SNP Spring Conference. In the first part of our Conference Special report, Cameron Archibald speaks with Keith Brown MSP, the newly […]

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Scotland@7 – 21-03-2018

Welcome to the pilot for Scotland@7, our new nightly news and current affairs programme Scotland@7 starts at 7:00 PM on Wednesday 21st March   Tonight we are bringing you a pilot for our planned new nightly news and current affairs programme, Scotland@7. We are testing the format and things may change as the programme develops […]

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Glasgow Srebrenica Commemoration 2017

Glasgow Srebrenica Commemoration Breaks the Silence on Sexual Violence Scotland’s National Srebrenica Commemoration was held at St Mungo’s Museum of Religious Life and Art and featured a survivor of sexual violence from Bosnia testifying about her experiences and. Kezia Dugdale MSP, the Leader of the Scottish Labour Party, who spoke about the lessons to be […]

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Scotland in Europe - Mike Russell and Richard Walker

Mike Russell – Scotland’s Place in Europe

Richard Walker Interviews Michael Russell MSP, Minister for UK Negotiations on Scotland’s Place in Europe Scotland in Europe Six months on from the Brexit vote, the UK’s future relationship with Europe seems every bit as mired in confusion as it did in the immediate, chaotic aftermath. Only the Scottish government has a detailed plan, outlined […]

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Full Scottish 31st July 2016

Full Scottish – BBC Scottish Six

BBC Scottish Six Needs to be Edited and Anchored from Scotland. It finally looks like the decades-long wait for a BBC Scottish Six news programme may be coming to an end. The Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee have urged the corporation to meet demands for a 6pm news programme entirely edited and anchored in […]

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Full Scottish Chilcot Report

Full Scottish Chilcot Report After seven years John Chilcot’s report on Britain’s role in the lead up to the war in Iraq was finally published on Wednesday. It was a damning indictment on Tony Blair’s false justification for joining the American invasion and the mistakes in British intelligence which were used to suggest Saddam Hussein […]

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