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.

Press Clippings

Greg Hemphill on Still Game

The creators of the popular Scottish TV series talk about saying goodbye to Jack and Victor on the big stage of the Hydro.

Jay Richardson, The List, 13th September 2019

Still Game stars promise 'different vibe' at live show

Still Game stars Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill have vowed to stage a huge "retirement party" for Jack and Victor when they take their final bow at the Hydro in Glasgow - with classic characters from Chewin' the Fat set to help give them a send-off.

Brian Ferguson, The Scotsman, 28th August 2019

Still Game was most-watched Scottish show of 2018

About 1,373,000 people tuned in to watch the BBC One Scotland comedy when it was broadcast on 15 March.

BBC, 7th August 2019

A UK nationwide debut for the final series for a sitcom that feels elderly in every sense. Tonight, Winston goes viral after thwarting a bag snatcher while Jack and Victor get mobile phones. Watch for a cameo from Martin Compston: the great and the good of Scottish acting are rallying round to give Still Game a rousing send-off.

Phil Harrison, The Guardian, 21st June 2019

Scottish Comedy Awards 2019 winners

Susie McCabe, Amy Matthews, Jay Lafferty and Christopher MacArthur-Boyd, Still Game and Breaking The News were amongst the winners in the Scottish Comedy Awards 2019.

British Comedy Guide, 12th June 2019

Scottish Comedy Awards 2019 nominations

The nominations for the Scottish Comedy Awards 2019 have been announced. Breaking The News leads the lists. Chris Forbes, Christopher MacArthur-Boyd, Jay Lafferty, Larry Dean, Liam Withnail, Limmy, Susie McCabe and Tom Stade are in the running for best solo show.

British Comedy Guide, 10th May 2019

Still Game finale saw Jack & Victor bow out on a high

Jack and Victor's final stroll over the hill in Still Game was a subtle, touching and in many ways perfect ending to their 16-year love story.

The National, 2nd April 2019

Why Still Game will be sorely missed

Scotland's best-loved sitcom has bowed out. Here's how its hilarious blend of Glasgow banter and bunnets captured a nation.

Megan Wallace, The Guardian, 2nd April 2019

Faceless favourite revealed as sitcom ends

She arrived in Scotland as a 14-year-old child bride from Pakistan, got involved in a high-profile campaign to win justice for the family of a murdered Asian waiter and went on to play one of the nation's best-known TV comedy characters. For 17 years Still Game fans have been unable to see the face of the shopkeeper who has delivered some of its funniest lines - until now. Meena Harrid, who has been played by Shamshad Akhtar since its very first episode, was fully seen for the first time in the closing scenes of the final episode of the hit comedy.

The Scotsman, 29th March 2019

Jack and Victor go gentle into that good night

Kiernan and Hemphill could have indulged themselves with a two-hander the way soap operas sometimes like to come over all Samuel Beckett but generously they invited the gang along for the last ha-ha.

The Scotsman, 29th March 2019