1979 in Scottish television
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This is a list of events in Scottish television from 1979.
- 3 May - Television coverage of the 1979 general election.
- Unknown - Broadcast of the made-for-television film A Sense of Freedom about the Glasgow gangster Jimmy Boyle.
- Unknown - Garnock Way concludes after three years on air.
- Unknown - BBC 1 Scotland airs Can Seo, a 20-part series teaching Scottish Gaelic. Can Seo means "Say This" in Gaelic.
- Unknown - A Sense of Freedom on Scottish Television
- Scotsport (1957–2008)
- Reporting Scotland (1968–1983; 1984–present)
- Top Club (1971–1998)
- Scotland Today (1972–2009)
- Sportscene (1975–Present)
- Public Account (1976–Present)
- The Beechgrove Garden (1978–Present)
Ending this year
- 23 January - Dawn Porter, television presenter and writer
- 28 January - Ainslie Henderson, singer-songwriter
- 2 February - David Paisley, actor
- 21 April - James McAvoy, actor