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Key events that made 1994 the year it was with video and reminders of top STV programmes that year
Former Celtic player turned manager Tommy Burns speaks about how his faith has helped him in both his personal and professional life.
Long before "Loose Women", Kaye Adams was presenting "Scottish Women", a topical discussion show that allowed women to have their say.
Murderer Myra Hindley was told she would never be released from prison in December of 1994 after years of campaigning.
A collection of behind the scenes bloopers from Scotland Today in 1994
In 1994 Tony Blair travelled to Inverness to outline his argument for reforming Clause IV of the Labour party constitution, which called for the nationalisation of UK industry.
A Bosnian girl who was shot in the neck in the conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina flew to Edinburgh to have crucial treatment that will help her learn to eat and speak again.
More than 20 intelligence experts were killed in a tragic helicopter crash on the Mull of Kintyre in June 1994