1992 in Scottish television
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This is a list of events in Scottish television from 1992.
- 14 March – 40th anniversary of BBS Scotland on 1.
- 9–10 April – Coverage of the results of the United Kingdom general election, 1992 are broadcast both on BBC1 and ITV.
- 6 August – Lord Hope, the Lord President of the Court of Session, Scotland's most senior judge, permits the televising of appeals in both criminal and civil cases, the first time that cameras have been allowed into courts in the United Kingdom.
- August – Debut of the Scottish Gaelic television soap opera Machair.
- 30 October – Scottish soap Take the High Road celebrates its 1,000th episode.
- 2 November – Channel 4 celebrates ten years on air.
- Unknown – Scottish Television introduces a series of additional idents.
- 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)
- Grampian Today (1980–2009)
- Take the High Road (1980–2003)
- Taggart (1983–present)
- Crossfire (1984–2004)
- Wheel of Fortune (1988–2001)
- Fun House (1989–1999)
- Win, Lose or Draw (1990–2004)
Ending this year
- James the Cat (1984–1992)
- Cusick, James (7 August 1992). "Scotland's appeal courts to let in TV cameras". The Independent (Independent Print Ltd). Retrieved 2 May 2012.