1978 in Scottish television
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This is a list of events in Scottish television from 1978.
- 14 April – Debut of the BBC Scotland series The Beechgrove Garden.
- 3 July – The final edition of the Scottish politics programme Public Account is broadcast on BBC1 Scotland.
- Scottish Television airs a seven-part adaptation of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie.
- Scotland Today’s annual summer break is scrapped. Consequently, the programme is now on air all year round.
- Grampian Television becomes the first British television station to adopt ENG video cameras for news coverage. This move finally allows its regional news programme, Grampian Today, to extend from three to five nights a week. Grampian also develops its own outside broadcast unit, initially using studio equipment.
- 14 April - The Beechgrove Garden on BBC 1 (1978–Present)
- April - The Standard on BBC 1 (1978)
- 30 September - Scotch and Wry on BBC 1 (1978–92)
- Unknown - The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1978)
- Brocklehurst, Steven (27 September 2015). "Beechgrove Garden's Jim McColl at 80". BBC News. Retrieved 18 June 2018.