BBC Scotland has revealed its jam-packed festive TV line-up, with stars such as Martin Compston and Gary Lineker set to star in its Christmas and Hogmanay shows.
The radio and TV presenter will be joined by musical guests Texas, Emeli Sande and Talisk for the evenings celebrations, before a lone piper and midnight gun herald in the year.
Sketch show Queen Of The New Year will also premiere on Hogmanay night, from the minds of Still Game star Greg Hemphil l and Burnistoun’s Robert Florence.
The programme will cover the big talking points from the last 12 months, from Scotland’s COP26 climate conference to wild swimming.
Des Clarke will be hosting Breaking The Year while Amy Irons taking the reigns on Not Quite End Of Year Show, featuring a mix of chat and musical performances on the BBC Scotland channel.
A special episode of Scot Squad will also be airing, with some famous faces joining the cast.
Jackie Bird will be appearing on small screen over the Christmas period on Scotland’s People 2021, with the former Hogmanay show host hitting the road to find and thank the country’s local heroes.
Celebrities taking part in the show include Gary Linekar, Martin Compston and Mark Bonnar.
A programme celebrating the life of football legend Sir Walter Smith will also air, as well as a Two Doors Down Christmas special and Growing Up Scottish, featuring entertainers and comedians taking a trip down memory lane.
Sally Magnusson will be hosting Christmas Celebration, taking us from the last moments of Christmas Eve and into Christmas morning, broadcast from Greyfriars Kirk in Edinburgh.
On the airwaves, BBC Symphony Orchestra is set to perform a Christmas Classics Soundtrack, with BBC Radio Scotland bringing us a Christmas watchnight service, including carols, reading and prayers on the night on Christmas Eve.
Christmas Day will be brought in by Bryan Burnett with three hours of Get It On, followed by Christmas at the Quay.
Grant Stott will by getting listeners on their feet with Hogmanay Vinyl Collective on New Year’s Eve before Burnett takes us into the 2022 with Get It on… Through The Bells.
Steve Carson, director at BBC Scotland, said: “At the end of another challenging year for many people, we hope audiences enjoy our seasonal package of reflection, music, comedy and entertainment as we see out 2021 in style and look forward to the new year.”
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