Scot Squad: Like Still Game, the new batch of six episodes of the Bafta-Scotland award-winning sitcom will be shown on the new BBC Scotland channel first, with Lorraine Kelly, Chick Young, Sally Magnusson and Tom Hunter among the confirmed guests.
The Grey Area: Garry Fraser, the Muirhouse-born filmmaker famously offered the chance to help Danny Boyle make his Trainspotting sequel in Edinburgh, has created his own hour-long drama tackling the consequences of gang violence and drugs in one of the city’s most deprived communities.
Clique: Jess Brittain’s Edinburgh-set psychological thriller – which is set in and around a university campus in the city – gets its BBC Scotland debut after winning huge acclaimed from fans after being shown on BBC Three.
Getting Hitched Asian Style: The three-part series goes behind the scenes to see the firm Saffron Events stage a series of spectacular weddings for up to 500 guests over the summer.
Guilt: Two brothers try to cover up the death of a man they ran over on their way home from a wedding – but find their lives falling apart as the past catches up on them.
Prophecy: Filmed over four months and focusing on a single oil painting, the film will explore the techniques of Peter Howson, the celebrated Ayrshire artist.