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GRAMPIAN PROGRAMMES
Living and Growing 1968 – presented by Dr. K. John Dennis
Junior Try for Ten 1969 – presented by Jack McLaughlin
Grampian’s 21st Birthday Show

Grampian’s 21st show in 1982 was Presented by John Duncanson, Alan Cowie and Anna Soubry.

Many Grampian stars attended the 21st party. June Imary performed a poem about some of her former colleagues and Selina Scott returned to join in the celebrations.

Election ’83

Election 83 was Presented by Ted Brocklebank and Bill Mackenzie.

Hogmanay Show 1984

A Happy Hogmanay was presented by June Imray and Bill McCue from Castle Fraser in Aberdeenshire.

The Jim MacLeod Band Show 1984

The Jim Macleod Band Show 1985.

Selina Scott meets
James the Cat
Seumas
Gather Round
The Blood is Strong
Grampian’s 30th Birthday Show

Grampian’s 30th Birthday show was Presented by Selina Scott the programme featured clips of Grampian TV programmes over the years.Duty announcer Kennedy Thomson introduces the 30th Birthday show.

A Prince Among Islands / The River

Selina Scott Presented a programme about Prince Charles A Prince Among Islands.

Arlene Stuart Presented The River which was also shown as a strand on This Morning.

The Way it Was

Gerry Davis Presented The Way it Was.

Put It In Writing

Gerry Davis Presented The Way it Was.

Telefios Gaelic News
The Art Sutter Show

The Art Sutter Show broadcast on Friday nights after News at Ten.

Crossfire.

Anne Mackenzie Presented Grampian’s Political Programme Crossfire.

Under the Hammer / Reflections

Scott Brown and Fiona Armstrong Presented Under The Hammer in 1998.

Grampian took a pause for Reflections nightly usually following the late news.

Following the SMG takeover Grampian continued to Produce local programmes from Aberdeen.

Medics of The Glen was Broadcast on the ITV Network.

Grampian’s 40th

Grampian didn’t have a 40th Birthday show in 2001 staff past and present celebrated at a special party at the Queens Cross studios and the event was featured on North Tonight.

Grampian’s Telethons

Grampian did it’s bit over the years for the ITV Telethon. Here we see John Duncanson, Diana Speed and Arlene Stuart Present the show from Queens Cross in 1990.