BBC Scotland is proud to announce the second videoGaiden TV special, entitled 'The videoGaiden February Christmas Special in March'.
The show features one reference to Christmas, one special guest, and showcases the 25 year history of the videoGaiden uberbrand.
Those of you with attentive eyes and brains will realise that this is a total impossibility. You'll have to watch it to find out exactly what kind of fakery we're using.
It'll be going out on BBC2 Scotland/Sky Channel 990 at 22:55 on Sunday March 2nd and streamed via the flash player at www.bbc.co.uk/videogaiden.
videoGaiden began in 2005 with a run of 6 x 10 minute episodes, the second series following a year later with 6 half hour shows. This third season sees the show switch primarily to the internet, with 18 x 15 minute (approx) episodes, and 3 TV specials.
These will be complimented by the continual release of extra content on our website ( www.bbc.co.uk/videogaiden), as demonstrated in the first instance by the advent calendar. Further content scheduled for release includes exclusive‘mobisodes’ and audio downloads.
videoGaiden is written and presented by Robert Florence and Ryan Macleod, the brains behind the internet hit, Consolevania.
Robert is a Bafta nominated writer, his most recent sitcom, Legit debuted to healthy figures on BBC1 Scotland. His latest project, Empty, can currently be seen on BBC2, and starts Billy Boyd and Gregor Fisher.
Ryan Macleod has held a number of positions over the years. He didn’t rate any of them very highly.
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