BBC Radio Scotland

BBC Radio Scotland

Radio Scotland from the BBC. It has a budget to commission its own comedy shows, and a mix of sitcoms, stand-up and panel shows have found their home on the station. The Comedy Café, a popular weekly show which talks about British comedy, can be found on BBC Radio Scotland too.

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  • By Phone: 0870 010 0222
  • By Post: BBC Information, PO Box 1922, Glasgow, G2 3WT

BBC Radio Scotland - New & Current Shows

Conundrums My Dad Says

Conundrums My Dad Says

Pilot written by Ashley Storrie about a father with Asperger's syndrome.

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Dan Five-0

Dan Five-0

Radio Scotland sitcom pilot about a man separated from his wife but still having to work with her.

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Half My Age Plus Seven

Half My Age Plus Seven

Radio Scotland sitcom starring Wendy Wason, about an age-gap relationship.

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Homework

Homework

Radio sitcom pilot about a senior manager who is now working from him.

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Into The Rough

Into The Rough

Radio Scotland pilot set around one of the oldest golf clubs in the country. Written by Simon Carlyle.

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MacAulay And Co

MacAulay And Co

Each August, Fred MacAulay's daily magazine show on Radio Scotland broadcasts from the Edinburgh Fringe, with interviews & stand-up.

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Player

Player

Sitcom pilot set in the 1980s about a young computer programmer from Dundee.

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Other Older Shows Commissioned By BBC Radio Scotland

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Backchat moves to BBC Two

Backchat moves to BBC Two

Jack Whitehall and his dad will move to BBC Two for a second series of Backchat. Read

Jonny Sweet's BBC3 series

Jonny Sweet's BBC3 series

BBC Three has ordered a new comedy series called Together. The show is written by & stars Jonny Sweet. Read

BBC Three gets Top Coppers

BBC Three gets Top Coppers

BBC Three has ordered Top Coppers, a 'silly, gag-filled, action comedy' which follows two police detectives. Read

Fried gets a series

Fried gets a series

Fried, a BBC Comedy Feeds sitcom pilot set in a low-rent fast food chain shop, has been given a series. Read

BBC3 orders Josh series

BBC3 orders Josh series

BBC Three has ordered a full series of Josh, the sitcom starring and co-written by Josh Widdicombe. Read

Harry Hill's new show

Harry Hill's new show

Harry Hill will host a reboot of singing show Stars In Their Eyes. ITV wants to do more comedy too. Read

Pre-Gig Notes: Photos

Pre-Gig Notes: Photos

A photo gallery providing an intimate insight into the pre-gig routines and notes of some of comedians. Read

Foster's Award Nominees

Foster's Award Nominees

The shortlists for the prestigious Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Awards 2014 is here: Read

WitTank get E4 sitcom pilot

WitTank get E4 sitcom pilot

The sketch group WitTank, stars of Live At The Electric, are now developing a sitcom project for E4. Read

New show for Hugh Dennis

New show for Hugh Dennis

Outnumbered star Hugh Dennis is to appear in You Should See My Family, a new hybrid comedy format. Read