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Best of the best ever on Scottish; STV'S TOP 30 BEST LOVED SHOWS SATURDAY, STV, 4.45pm.

The audience have been consulted, the votes cast and the 210-minute nostalgiafest is almost ready to commence.

For the last few months, the nation have been polled to find the most popular TV show in the history of the channel.

From the halcyon days at Cowcaddens to the present broadcasts from Pacific Quay, stv has been a major player in shaping the broadcasting landscape in Scotland.

Have you recorded every episode of gritty crime drama Rebus? Did you follow Tom Weir's travels round the country in cult series Weir's Way?

Did you prefer Bryan Burnett to Dougie Vipond in magazine show NB?

And did you split your sides at Tony Roper's The Steamie when it was broadcast in the early 1980s? Perhaps you remember the days of Arthur Montford with his 'stramash' and loud jackets, in the days before Julyan Sinclair and his crazy accent and even crazier hair.

Hosted by Saturday! Plus columnist Kaye Adams, this nostalgic countdown show presents the most loved programmes throughout the years, from Wheel of Fortune and quirky drama High Times to real life crime series Unsolved.

Nostalgic contributions come from Dorothy Paul, Alex Norton, Fred MacAulay and Tony Roper. Plus our very own TV critic Paul English airs his views.



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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jan 3, 2009
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