Pride of Scotland 2020
2020 was a year we’ll never forget.
And it came to an end with a joyful Hogmanay TV show we’ll never forget too.
With a unique blend of inspirational real-life stories, celebrity surprises and sensational musical performances, Pride of Scotland from the University of Glasgow Cloisters was the perfect way to say farewell to 2020 and ring in 2021.
Dame Laura Lee
Driving force behind Maggie’s, the ground-breaking Scottish charity that is transforming cancer care across the globe.
Doddie Weir OBE
After a career inspiring the nation with his leadership on the rugby pitch, Doddie is now inspiring us all with his courage and dignity in the face of a devastating illness.
Young Fundraiser of the Year
Teenager with a debilitating condition has spent more than a decade raising hundreds of thousands of pounds to help others like her.
STV Children's Appeal Child of Courage
Schoolgirl on a mission to help fellow child cancer patients has raised thousands with her inspirational campaigning.
Child of Courage
Schoolboy who pulled his grandad from a fast-flowing river after he suffered a bleed on the brain during a fishing trip.
Coastguard volunteer who climbed down a cliff in storm force winds to save a stranded teenager in a race against rising tide.
HGV driver and army reservist for 7 Scots, who rescued mum and three children from drowning after they were swept out to sea during a family day at the beach.
Rescued more than 1,500 people from a treacherous stretch of water during a lifesaving career spanning four decades.
The driving force behind The Sikh Food Bank, a multi-faith team of volunteers who delivered more than 100,000 meals to families since the start of lockdown.
The People of Bute
TSB Community Hero
At the height of the migrant crisis, an island community threw open their doors and their hearts to families fleeing the war in Syria.
Prince's Trust Young Achiever
Overcame a traumatic childhood and mental health problems to dedicate himself to helping others.