A channel for modern Scotland
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BBC Scotland is a British television channel for Scotland which launched in February 2019, showcasing the best of Scottish programming.
The channel replaced BBC Two Scotland where viewers in Scotland will receive the same programming as viewers in England at all times.
From noon-7pm, the channel will schedule BBC Two network programming alongside Scottish variations, such as political and sports coverage.
|Launched||24 February 2019|
Contact BBC Scotland
|Postal address||40 Pacific Quay, |
|Telephone||+44 141 422 6000|
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|Twitter: Jobs||@BBCCareers (124,538 followers) compare|
|Twitter: Newsdesk||@BBCScotNine (39,372 followers) compare|
|Twitter: Press Office||@bbcpress (162,743 followers) compare|
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Carole Erskine Journalist
Chris Clements Social Affairs Correspondent
Chris McLaughlin Sports News Correspondent
Christopher Blanchett Weather Forecaster
Connor Gillies Journalist
David Lockhart Political Reporter
David Farrell Entertainment Correspondent
Dominic Main Announcer Director
Donalda MacKinnon Programme Director
Gary Smith Head of News & Current Affairs
Hayley Valentine Editor, The Nine
James Cook Chief News Correspondent
Jean Mackenzie Europe Correspondent
John Beattie Presenter
Laura Miller Consumer Affairs Correspondent
Laura McGhie Sport Presenter
Laura Goodwin Innovation Correspondent
Lynsey Bews Political Correspondent
Martin Geissler Presenter
Rachel Bell Journalist
Rajdeep Sandhu Westminster Correspondent
Rebecca Curran Presenter
Chris Roberts Project Engineer
Fran Unsworth Director - BBC News
Helen Boaden Director of BBC Radio
James Harding Director of News and Current Affairs
James Purnell Director of radio education arts music learning and children
James Purnell Director of Strategy
Tony Hall Director-General
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