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ITV Hogmanay Live Show

Details of the Television Programme Hogmanay Live Show on Grampian and Scottish TV

Each year Scottish ITV broadcast the Hogmanay Live Show on channel 3 from a different location in Scotland. It also shows clips of different Scottish New Year Eve celebrations.

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The STV Hogmanay Show for 2019 into 2020 will be TBA broadcast on New Year's Eve at 1130pm to 0005am.

Scotland Always Had Talent

STV did not broadcast a live Hogmanay show to see in the 2010 New Year but instead broadcast a pre recorded programme special called Scotland Always Had Talent. It was hosted by Scottish presenter and singer Michelle McManus and highlighted the many Scottish variety, musical and comic acts over the decades with interviews and recollections by famous Scots entertainers such as Ford Kiernan, Dorothy Paul, Andy Cameron, The Krankies, Allan Stewart, Billy Differ, Brenda Cochrane, Mary Lee and Dean Park

Scotland Always Had Talent included clips of Andy Stewart singing A Guid New Year, Una McLean singing Suicide Sal, theatre performance clips and panto scenes of Jimmy Logan, Frankie and Josie (Ricky Fulton and Jack Milroy), Jack Radcliffe, Grace Clarke and Stanley Baxter.

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Hosts Of ITV Hogmanay Live Show

Past hosts have included Lorraine Kelly, Craig Hill and Stephen Jardine.

There's music from bands such as Texas and The Proclaimers. Scottish violinist Nicola Benedetti is a regular guest.


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