1995 in Scottish television
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This is a list of events in Scottish television from 1995.
- 26 March – Debut of the detective series Hamish Macbeth.
- 27 August – Speaking at the Edinburgh Television Festival, Michael Mansfield, QC, one of Britain's leading barristers calls for television cameras to be admitted into English courts to help demystify the legal process and restore public confidence in it.
- 28 December – Pilot episode of McCallum starring John Hannah. The programme is watched by over ten million viewers. It returns for a full series in 1997.
- Unknown – Gus Macdonald is appointed chairman of Scottish Television, while Andrew Flanagan is appointed chief executive.
- 26 March – Hamish Macbeth (1995–1997)
- 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)
- 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)
- Machair (1992–1998)
- Doctor Finlay (1993–1996)
- Speaking our Language (1993–1996)
- Wolf It (1993–1996)
- Hurricanes (1993–1997)
- Telefios (1993–2000)
- Only an Excuse? (1993–present)
Ending this year
- 10 February – The High Life (1994–1995)
- 29 April What's Up Doc? (1992–1995)
- Unknown – The Tales of Para Handy (1994–1995)
- Unknown – The Magic House (1994–1995)
- 15 February – Marcus Nash, actor
- 21 March – Robert Urquhart, 74, actor
- Williams, Rhys (28 August 1995). "Cameras in court 'will let justice be seen to be done'". The Independent. Independent Print Ltd. Retrieved 2 May 2012.
- "Fifty years on, STV set for studio switch". The Scotsman. 3 July 2004. Retrieved 28 April 2012.