1978 in Scottish television
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This is a list of events in Scottish television from 1978.
- Unknown - Debut of the BBC Scotland series The Beechgrove Garden.
- Unknown - Scottish Television airs a seven-part adaptation of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie.
- Unknown - Grampian Television becomes the first British television station to adopt ENG video cameras for news coverage - a move which 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.
- Unknown - The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1978)
- Scotsport (1957–2008)
- Reporting Scotland (1968–1983; 1984–present)
- Top Club (1971–1998)
- Scotland Today (1972–2009)
- Sportscene (1975–Present)
- Garnock Way (1976–1979)
- Public Account (1976–Present)
- 14 April - Michelle Duncan, actress
- 15 September - David Sneddon, singer and musician
- 10 December - Gordon Chree, broadcast journalist