We are now inviting awards entries from all our regional and network content producers to acknowledge and celebrate the people, productions, broadcasters and companies making programmes and content across Scotland.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OUR NOMINEES.
The RTS Scotland Awards cover all forms of production in Scotland, recognising and celebrating excellence and innovation across a wide range of genres and crafts.
The RTS Scotland Awards returned to the Old Fruitmarket in Glasgow for the ceremony and was presented by Jennifer Reoch and Des Clarke.
Congratulations to all our winners and nominees, they are a wonderful representation of the great work coming out of Scotland.
Credit Photo above Harrison Reid / Credit photo of RTS Scotland Award winner Paul Reich
Chaired by Jane Muirhead, Managing Director of Raise The Roof Productions and hosted by STV presenter Jennifer Reoch and stand-up comedian Des Clarke, this years awards will take place at 18:00 on Wednesday 9th May at the Old Fruit Market in Glasgow.
Chaired by Jane Muirhead (Managing Director of Raise The Roof Productions), the awards cover all forms of production in Scotland, recognising excellence and innovation across a range of genres and crafts.
Connolly, who was unable to attend the Glasgow event in mid-May, said in his acceptance speech from the United States: “I owe everything to Bill Tennent from Scottish Television who put me on his show every time he couldn’t find another guest.”
The RTS Scotland Awards were held at the Oran Mor in the city, and hosted by STV presenter Jennifer Reoch and stand-up comedian and radio presenter Des Clarke.
The Royal Television Society Scotland’s annual Student Television Awards were held at BBC Pacific Quay, Glasgow on Wednesday 27th January.
The Factual Category Award went ‘Dipper from the Water of Leith’ which was made by students from the University of Edinburgh. This programme won three awards overall.
RTS Scotland launched its annual awards at the end of November, announcing new categories for directing, on-screen personality and history.
“The real strength of the awards is that they are very inclusive – they’re not just for people that work on multi-million pound productions, they are for everyone involved in the audio visual world in Scotland,” said STV Director of Channels and RTS Scotland awards committee chair Bobby Hain.