Scotland's favourite gardening programme.

The Beechgrove Garden - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2010-04-07

The Beechgrove Garden - Media in Aberdeen - Netflix

Media in Aberdeen have long been published or broadcast. The city and surrounding area's main newspaper the Press and Journal has been made and printed in the city since 1748 making it Scotland's oldest newspaper. The city has a number of regional radio stations and has local production facilities for the BBC and ITV. Aberdeen is famous for the entertainers of Scotland The What. The Student Media at the University of Aberdeen is also very active; with student newspaper The Gaudie, Aberdeen Student Radio and Granite City TV all being produced by students.

The Beechgrove Garden - Television - Netflix

For over 45 years, Aberdeen has been home to the ITV regional franchise for northern Scotland, Grampian Television, broadcast from a converted tram depot in the Queens Cross area. Since a takeover by the Scottish Media Group (now STV Group plc) in 1997, Grampian's identity and local programming output were gradually depleted until the present situation, where Grampian is now officially known as STV North and broadcasts from smaller studios in the Tullos area of the city. The local news programme STV News at Six is still produced from Aberdeen alongside regional commercials. BBC Scotland also have a base in Aberdeen's Beechgrove area. BBC Aberdeen is most known for Tern TV's production of the Beechgrove Garden television and BBC radio programmes.

The Beechgrove Garden - References - Netflix