Current Account (BBC TV series)

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Current Account was a BBC Television current affairs series of the 1970s and 80s shown in Scotland. Among its various presenters were Donald MacCormick, George Reid and Kenneth Roy. Transmitted weekly on a Thursday at 20.30 it consisted of a one subject filmed or studio report. Its editor was Matthew Spicer.

During the run up to the 1979 Scottish devolution referendum it had a sister programme dealing only with politics called Public Account.[1]


  1. ^ Inside BBC Scotland by Alastair Hetherington p.48 (Whitewater Press),

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