5 January – Scottish Television produces a new series of Doctor Finlay, last aired by the BBC in 1971.
2 June – Marcus Plantin, ITV's network director, announces the termination of Take the High Road from September 1993, as 'ITV's statisticians believed English audiences have had enough' This results in public protest, as many believe that without ITV companies south of the border, the series had no chance. The issue is raised in the House of Commons under an early day motions, and the Daily Record newspaper holds a protest as well. By the end of June, Scottish Television decide to continue producing the series mainly for the Scottish market, but within a month, nearly all the ITV companies reinstate it after viewers complain about the show being dropped in the first place.
31 December – First edition of the annual Scottish football comedy sketch show Only an Excuse? which is aired each Hogmanay.