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Stop The Press

BBC Radio Scotland panel show about the news. 27 episodes (4 series), 2017 - 2018. Stars Grant Stott, Jo Caulfield and Gary Robertson.

Series 2

1. Episode One

First broadcast: Friday 1st September 2017

Regular team captains Jo Caulfield and Gary Robertson go head to head under the watchful eye of Grant Stott in the panel game where the points actually matter. Featuring the award-winning star of I, Daniel Blake, Dave Johns, and one of Scotland's most prominent writers in the film industry, Hannah McGill.

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2. Episode Two

First broadcast: Friday 8th September 2017

Regular team captains Jo Caulfield and Gary Robertson go head to head under the watchful eye of Grant Stott in the panel game where the points actually matter. Featuring Guy Pratt, bassist for Pink Floyd, Madonna and Michael Jackson amongst others, and Gayle Anderson, a freelancer writer, fierce critic and ex-agony aunt to thousands throughout the 90s.

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3. Episode Three

First broadcast: Friday 15th September 2017

Regular team captains Jo Caulfield and Gary Robertson go head to head under the watchful eye of Grant Stott in the panel game where the points actually matter.

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4. Episode Four

First broadcast: Friday 22nd September 2017

John Lloyd brings all of his experience from producing shows such as Blackadder, Spitting Image, QI and Have I Got News For You to try and stop the expertise of the notorious critic Kate Copstick. It's a real clash of the titans, but who knows the most about their own industry, the press or the professionals?

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5. Episode Five

First broadcast: Friday 29th September 2017

Jo Caulfield and Gary Robertson are joined by internationally acclaimed singer and songwriter Fish and one of Scotland's most respected rock and pop critics Fiona Shepherd.

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6. Episode Six

First broadcast: Friday 6th October 2017

This week's guests are polymaths in the world of showbiz. Joining Jo on the side of the professionals is the actor and singer Tom Urie, best known for his roles in River City and T2: Trainspotting. Assisting Gary in the press team is award-winning journalist and broadcaster Beverly Lyons, the longtime showbiz correspondent for the Daily Record.

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