BBC’s Coast to Coast Food Festival in Fife


Edith Bowman returns to her roots in Fife, Scotland with Colin Murray and Sean Fletcher

Martin Compston's Scottish Fling in Dundee, Fife and Angus


Martin Compston and his friend Phil MacHugh focused on Dundee, Fife and Angus in their east coast travels to challenge expectations and reveal the surprising side of some well-known places.

BBC’s Hairy Bikers Go Local in Fife


The TV chefs zoomed into Fife to discover its wonderful chefs, food producers and produce.

Join us for Screen Ready 2022 online


Are you a location or business that wants to work with film and TV production? Perhaps you already do. Everything is needed like locations, catering accommodation, transport and beyond. Join our free morning event online via Zoom.

Major new ITV crime drama, Karen Pirie has received huge acclaim.


Set and filmed in St Andrews and wider Fife, Karen Pirie is a cold-case detective drama that brings Val McDermid’s novel, A Distant Echo, to the screen.

150th Open Golf - Mercedes brings Collin Morikawa and Claret Jug


Global sports and production company IMG filmed at St. Andrews and the Fife coast to show current champion Collin Morikawa returning the prized trophy ahead of this year's Open.

BBC Alba's Fife Coastal Path


Presenter Iagan MacNeil walks the walk - with stops along the 117 mile route from the Kincardine Bridge on the Forth coast to Newburgh on the Tay.

Miriam and Alan: Lost in Scotland - found in Perthshire


Hollywood actors Miriam Margolyes and Alan Cumming roll back the decades and return to their Scottish roots.

Shiny, pretty place


BBC's Landward shines a light on Fife's Silverburn Park.

Pram Snatcher takes coveted place on Edinburgh Film Festival Talent Lab.


Congratulations to the Pram Snatcher team with a promotional short filmed on location at Perthshire’s Horn restaurant and café.

How do I look? Making a fashion statement in Dundee, Fife and Perthshire.


Style comes to, and emerges from, Scotland’s Dundee, Fife and Perthshire with Vogue and designer label fashion shoots, an exhibition saluting the legendary 1960’s designer Mary Quant at V&A Dundee, a Netflix designer star and links with that iconic and oh so stylish Beatles Abbey Road photograph.

Fife Tayside open for filming


Welcome back film crews. We're looking forward to helping you with what you need and with working safely in delightful Dundee, fabulous Fife and perfect Perthshire.

Covid-19 Production


Annex added to the Fife Tay Production Code and contributing to parity across Scotland and the UK.

Covid-19 help and support


Help and support for all kinds of businesses and self-employed including creative, digital and screen based in Fife and Tayside.

TayScreen response to Covid-19


We are following the lead and guidance of our partner Councils, Creative Scotland and Screen Scotland as also informed by the Scottish and UK Governments on Covid-19. This is to highlight potential sources of help and further information including TayScreen.

Screen Ready 2020 - postponed


Regretfully, due to the current COVID-19 situation, we have taken the decision to cancel Screen Ready 2020 planned for 6th May. We will look to re-schedule this event at a future appropriate time. Thank you very much for all your continued support.

Click Tech Quick Look


BBC tech show Click Live from V&A Dundee - check out the highlights

Golden Globe winner HBO Succession - Season 2 in Dundee & Perthshire Scotland


Golden Globes for media dynasty drama, Succession and Dundee born lead, Brian Cox. For Season 2 the show headed to iconic film locations V&A Dundee and Gleneagles, Perthshire. Scotland based episodes debuted in September on HBO, Sky Atlantic and Now TV. The 77th Golden Globes were on Sunday 5th January 2020.

Traces of Evidence


Fife, Scotland best-selling, crime author, Val McDermid’s Dundee based TV drama set to air Monday 9th December on UKTV's Alibi Channel.

BBC's Antiques Road Show in Dundee


Sunday 22nd September sees the first broadcast of the iconic show from the V&A Dundee. It’s on the UK BBC1 at 8pm UK time. Photographer Moira Lavigillante went behind the scenes for TayScreen.

Industry Updates

Get that job in film or TV


New book - Breaking Into UK Film and TV Drama by industry insider Matt Gallagher.

Dundee, Fife & Tayside to get local TV


UK broadcasting agency Ofcom has awarded the licence to STV working in partnership with Abertay University

Local TV- pilot areas announced


Fife and Tayside one of 60 potential areas for local TV announced by UK Government

Fiona Hyslop on broadcasting in Scotland and local TV


Latest from Scottish Parliament

Now Ok for media interests to own other media interests


New order removes all local cross-media ownership rules

Local TV a step closer


UK Department for Culture, Media and Sport updates plan and publishes results of March 2011 consultation

Local TV - a view from South of Scotland


WOULD a localised television service be a viable option in the south of Scotland? Report from Dumfries Courier

Brand Scotland or Brand Britain?


Help shape the future of Scottish local TV - free event in Perth on 21st February 2011

Action plan to make local TV a reality


Government aims to award licences by the end of 2012 and wants initial expressions of interest by 1st March 2011

Shott MyCompany Quarterly Report into local television published


Nicholas Shott?s MyCompany Quarterly Report into the conditions necessary for financially viable local TV stations

Greg Dyke to chair exec group consulting on local TV plans


Greg Dyke has agreed to chair a committee that will feed into the government?s local TV plans.

Local TV - BBC and licence fee support


Despite the crunching affect of the public spending review described by some executives as ?brutal?, the BBC is to make capital expenditures from the licence fee on local TV

Let's explore local TV potential


Jeremy Hunt?s plan would create hundreds of jobs across the country, writes Peter Williams in Broadcast 14th october 2010

Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt backs local TV stations


Plans for a new "landscape of local TV services" in the UK would help "strengthen local democracy", Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said. Source: BBC

Hunt dismisses idea of forcing broadcasters to deliver local content


At the Royal Television Society, Hunt dismisses idea of forcing ITV, C4 and C5 to deliver local content

Interim Findings Local Television in the UK


Nicholas Shott has provided Jeremy Hunt with his initial findings on the necessary conditions for commercially viable local TV in the UK.

Measures to boost local media


New plans to ensure a vibrant local media market in the future announced - Jeremy Hunt sets up panel under Nicholas Shott to MyCompany Quarterly Report later in 2010

Two consortia in running for Scottish IFNC


Successful Bidders include consortium involving Dundee's DC Thomson

IFNC Selection Panel announced


Richard Hooper appointed chair and Stuart Purvis to act as Panel Adviser

Independently Funded News Consortia


UK DCMS announces pilot scheme for news - consortia invited to submit expressions of interest