Scotland's best TV show of all-time as voted by our readers can now be revealed. We ran a poll across the weekend asking all of you to pick your favourites from a long-list of Scotland’s most famous programmes.
There is no surprise as to which show takes the No.1 spot, though there were a few surprises across the rest of the top 20, with a number of high-profile candidates missing out, such as Take The High Road, Outlander and River City.
Here is the final 20 in descending order...
1. Still Game (2002-2019)
A deserving champion. Cult Scottish comedy about the lives of Glasgow pensioners, Jack and Victor, who live in Craiglang and drink in the Clansman. Other beloved characters included Isa, Tam, Winston, Navid and Boaby the barman. Photo: BBC
2. Bob Servant (2013-2015)
Brian Cox stars in a sitcom about a cheeseburger tycoon who makes a bid to become the local MP for Broughy Ferry, managed by his hapless right-hand man Frank (Jonathan Watson). Photo: BBC
3. Chewin' The Fat (1999-2002)
Comedy sketch show starring Greg Hemphill, Ford Kiernan and Karen Dunbar portraying an array of off-beat characters, two of whom, Jack and Victor, became the stars of cult spin-off Still Game. Photo: BBC
4. Rab C Nesbitt (1988-2014)
Comedy starring Gregor Fisher as Rab, an alcoholic Glaswegian rarely seen outside of his string vest who seeks unemployment as a lifestyle choice, alongside Elaine C Smith as his long suffering wife, Mary. Photo: BBC