Still Game. Image shows from L to R: Victor McDade (Greg Hemphill), Jack Jarvis (Ford Kiernan).

Still Game

BBC Scotland and BBC One and BBC Two and BBC One Scotland sitcom about delinquent pensioners. 62 episodes (9 series), 2002 - 2019. Stars Ford Kiernan, Greg Hemphill, Jane McCarry, Paul Riley and others.

Series 4, Episode 3 is repeated tomorrow at 9pm.

Press Clippings

Gavin Mitchell: virus rules impossible in Clansman

Gavin Mitchell reckons Isa would have scuppered social distancing policy as he tells of real-life fears for Scotland's entertainment industry after lockdown.

Paul English, Daily Record, 20th August 2020

Scotland's 20 greatest TV shows of all-time

Featuring 1. Still Game; 2. Bob Servant; 3. Chewin' The Fat; 4. Rab C. Nesbitt; 5. Scotch And Wry; 6. Scot Squad; 7. Limmy's Show!; 8. Two Doors Down; 9. Absolutely; 10. Taggart.

Matthew Elder, The Scotsman, 27th July 2020

Scottish Comedy Awards 2020 nominations

Janey Godley, Jim Smith and Larry Dean are amongst the nominees for the Scottish Comedy Awards 2020.

British Comedy Guide, 9th June 2020

Still Game creators rule out comeback of beloved comedy

Greg Hemphill has revealed that he and writing partner Ford Kiernan have agreed they will never revive Still Game.

George Mair, Daily Record, 15th May 2020 Awards 2019 shortlist

60 TV and radio programmes have been shortlisted across 10 categories for the Awards 2019. Voting is now open to determine the winners.

British Comedy Guide, 13th January 2020

Still Game fan club founder bids fond farewell to cast

Bernie Hunter posted an emotional "cheerie-bye" to Jack, Victor and co after they hung up the walking sticks for good with a run of farewell shows at the SSE Hydro.

Nicholas Keyden, Daily Record, 18th October 2019

Still Game team to receive Scottish Bafta award

Still Game is to receive a Bafta Scotland award for its "outstanding contribution" to television.

BBC, 16th October 2019

First look: Still Game live finale in Glasgow

Still Game stars begin final farewell with Hydro spectacular in Glasgow.

Brian Ferguson, The Scotsman, 28th September 2019

Still Game proves there is Scottish comedy

To call Sir Billy Connolly out for an error of judgement is like suggesting the goddess Athena wasn't very good at sums. But when it comes to claiming there is no such thing as Scottish comedy, our greatest living comedian, if not our greatest living entertainer, hasn't called it right. The evidence? There is lots of it but let's start here: this weekend sees the opening of Still Game at the SSE Hydro, a comedy experience which has attracted almost half of all Scottish television audiences at one point and is set to fill another 15 nights at the country's biggest arena.

Brian Beacom, The Herald, 27th September 2019

Scotsman review set Still Game on road to iconic status

Still Game's creators have recalled how a five-star review in The Scotsman kick-started the comedy phenomenon.

Brian Ferguson, The Scotsman, 27th September 2019