Golden Globe winner HBO Succession - Season 2 in Dundee & Perthshire Scotland


Golden Globes for media dynasty drama, Succession and Dundee born lead, Brian Cox. For Season 2 the show headed to iconic film locations V&A Dundee and Gleneagles, Perthshire. Scotland based episodes debuted in September on HBO, Sky Atlantic and Now TV. The 77th Golden Globes were on Sunday 5th January 2020.

Click Tech Quick Look


BBC tech show Click Live from V&A Dundee - check out the highlights

Traces of Evidence


Fife, Scotland best-selling, crime author, Val McDermid’s Dundee based TV drama set to air Monday 9th December on UKTV's Alibi Channel.

BBC's Antiques Road Show in Dundee


Sunday 22nd September sees the first broadcast of the iconic show from the V&A Dundee. It’s on the UK BBC1 at 8pm UK time. Photographer Moira Lavigillante went behind the scenes for TayScreen.

Emeli Sandé on location in Dundee & Perth for BBC Scotland


Street Symphony is a new take on talent shows fronted by multi-award-winning singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé. In this first series Emeli, whose current single features in the new X Men movie, returns to her roots in Scotland to search for the country’s best buskers. The musicians she likes best will join her on stage for an incredible night of live performance with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.

Screen Ready 2019 with Visit Scotland & TayScreen


Annual screen tourism event heads to Dunfermline in May.

Movie Mr Jones in competition at 69th Berlin Film Festival


Fife Scotland locations for cold war movie about journalist Gareth Jones who produced ground-breaking work from 1930's Soviet Union. Competition results due 16th February. Take a look at the trailer and film locations.

Sky, NBC, CBS, BBC at The Open Golf Carnoustie


The Open 2018 at Carnoustie in Angus, Scotland - live broadcast, from above, film archive and golf as a VR/AR experience.

BBC The Biggest Weekend at Scone Palace


Live on TV as iconic Perthshire estate hosts major music event with presenters Sara Cox, Ken Bruce, Claudia Winkleman Edith Bowman. Watch headliners on Saturday 26th May like Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Emeli Sande and Simple Minds live and on the iPlayer.

Casting call to film locations and tourism businesses


Perthshire in Scotland to host Tourism Business Briefing - Screen Ready on 3rd May. This free event is by TayScreen, Visit Scotland and Create Converge and is a great chance to find out more about the locations, tourism and many other opportunities for working with production for all kinds of media - film, TV and even Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR/AR).

Vogue Italia heads to Angus, Scotland for unique location


Rubbish the movie, Trash the Movie and now landfill as Vogue Italia heads to Angus facility for Allegory of Water fashion shoot featuring model Julia Cambell-Gillis and directed by Elena Petitti di Roreto. Rob Page of Schedule D Productions went BTS (behind the scenes) for TayScreen.

Stella McCartney back in magical Scotland


Stella McCartney Winter Fashion Campaign 2017 shoots in Angus, Scotland with photographer Harley Weir, artist Urs Fischer and LS Productions.

50 Shades of Green


Screen and music stars converge on St. Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns for the Dunhill Cup including 50 Shades actor Jamie Dorman.

Queensferry Crossing - opening and a new bridge film location


Monday 4th September at 11am UK time sees the opening ceremony of the new Queensferry Crossing across the Forth Estuary that will be broadcast live on UK TV channels.

Jaguar F-type car commercial in Perthshire Scotland


Dull and Boring were just the right film locations for a new commercial for the luxury brand that is anything but. And Dull is a place with plenty of horsepower itself.

Jason Connery movie Tommy's Honour


Fife, Scotland centre stage naturally as son of Sean directs movie about old Tom Morris, golf course designer and young Tom Morris, probably the first golfing superstar

Spirit of invention?


Whisky Galore new movie at St Monans, Fife on east coast of Scotland

An Oscar come Hell or High Water?


Academy Award nomination for movie directed by David Mackenzie - to Hollywood from Perthshire by way of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee

CC See what I mean


New project Create Converge to showcase at the Scottish Parliament Tuesday February 21 as part of a celebration of EU projects making a difference. #Createthis

Tommy’s Honour wins BAFTA Scotland best movie


Congratulations to the Tommy’s Honour team on their win and on their USA release through Roadside Attractions in a special deal with NBC Sports and the Golf Channel. With iconic film locations across Fife, delighted to have writers Pamela Marin and Kevin Cook talking to FifeScreen+TayScreen’s Julie Craik.

Industry Updates

Get that job in film or TV


New book - Breaking Into UK Film and TV Drama by industry insider Matt Gallagher.

Dundee, Fife & Tayside to get local TV


UK broadcasting agency Ofcom has awarded the licence to STV working in partnership with Abertay University

Local TV- pilot areas announced


Fife and Tayside one of 60 potential areas for local TV announced by UK Government

Fiona Hyslop on broadcasting in Scotland and local TV


Latest from Scottish Parliament

Now Ok for media interests to own other media interests


New order removes all local cross-media ownership rules

Local TV a step closer


UK Department for Culture, Media and Sport updates plan and publishes results of March 2011 consultation

Local TV - a view from South of Scotland


WOULD a localised television service be a viable option in the south of Scotland? Report from Dumfries Courier

Brand Scotland or Brand Britain?


Help shape the future of Scottish local TV - free event in Perth on 21st February 2011

Action plan to make local TV a reality


Government aims to award licences by the end of 2012 and wants initial expressions of interest by 1st March 2011

Shott MyCompany Quarterly Report into local television published


Nicholas Shott?s MyCompany Quarterly Report into the conditions necessary for financially viable local TV stations

Greg Dyke to chair exec group consulting on local TV plans


Greg Dyke has agreed to chair a committee that will feed into the government?s local TV plans.

Local TV - BBC and licence fee support


Despite the crunching affect of the public spending review described by some executives as ?brutal?, the BBC is to make capital expenditures from the licence fee on local TV

Let's explore local TV potential


Jeremy Hunt?s plan would create hundreds of jobs across the country, writes Peter Williams in Broadcast 14th october 2010

Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt backs local TV stations


Plans for a new "landscape of local TV services" in the UK would help "strengthen local democracy", Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said. Source: BBC

Hunt dismisses idea of forcing broadcasters to deliver local content


At the Royal Television Society, Hunt dismisses idea of forcing ITV, C4 and C5 to deliver local content

Interim Findings Local Television in the UK


Nicholas Shott has provided Jeremy Hunt with his initial findings on the necessary conditions for commercially viable local TV in the UK.

Measures to boost local media


New plans to ensure a vibrant local media market in the future announced - Jeremy Hunt sets up panel under Nicholas Shott to MyCompany Quarterly Report later in 2010

Two consortia in running for Scottish IFNC


Successful Bidders include consortium involving Dundee's DC Thomson

IFNC Selection Panel announced


Richard Hooper appointed chair and Stuart Purvis to act as Panel Adviser

Independently Funded News Consortia


UK DCMS announces pilot scheme for news - consortia invited to submit expressions of interest