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Key events that made 1986 the year it was with video and reminders of top STV programmes that year
Light-hearted magazine show broadcast on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, taking a lighter look at the news stories that week.
Country music and dancing extravaganza hosted by Sydney Devine, with guests Colorado, the Jacobites, Tammy Cline, Phil Clarke Jnr., Rose Marie and special guest Andy Stewart.
Documentary charting the history of Fife from the arrival of St Andrew’s bones to its modern computer industry.
This children’s drama series ran for six years as was an early role for many famous faces today, including David Tennant and Tony Curran.
The Commonwealth Games were held in Edinburgh, nuclear fallout drifted over Scotland and Kenny Dalglish was granted Freedom of the City of Glasgow.
1986 was the year cable TV launched, Glasgow was nominated European City of Culture 1990 and Nelson Mandela place was unveiled. We take a look at the highlights.