Sportscene is broadcast on Sunday nights on BBC One Scotland and is presented by Jonathan Sutherland. The show produces highlights of all the week's matches from the Scottish Premiership. Sutherland is joined by two studio guests (almost always Steven Thompson and Michael Stewart) who discuss the results. Guests have included Pat Nevin and Packie Bonner. Commentators include Rob Maclean, Liam McLeod, Paul Mitchell, John Barnes and Alasdair Lamont.
Sportscene Results is broadcast on Saturday afternoons on BBC One Scotland and is presented by David Currie. The show rounds up all of the day's main football scores, whilst debating the major Scottish football stories of the week. It sends reporters to every game in the Scottish Premiership, certain games in the Scottish Championship, as well as Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup games. From 1989–2001, it was known as Afternoon Sportscene and previous presenters have included Bill McFarlen, Rob Maclean, Dougie Donnelly, Dougie Vipond and Stuart Cosgrove. The show gives football experts like Pat Nevin and Tony Higgins an opportunity to give their views on the days results and the past week of football. Until Grandstand ended its 48-year run, the show would have started at some point between 1 and 5 minutes before the network aired English counterpart Final Score.
Sportscene Live is the name used for all live football matches broadcast by BBC Scotland. Coverage includes both Scottish cup competitions (the Scottish Cup and the Scottish League Cup) and Scotland matches.
All other football related programming is simply branded as Sportscene. This includes highlights packages and other one-off specials.
Sportscene's main anchors are David Currie and Jonathan Sutherland
The programme's main commentary and reporting team consists of; lead commentator Liam McLeod, Paul Mitchell, John Barnes, Kheredine Idessane, Al Lamont, Jane Lewis and Chris McLaughlin.