The BBC Scotland documentary series, The Scheme, has sparked a wide range of comment since the first two episodes were aired last year. Following the transmission this month of all four original episodes plus an update programme, BBC Scotland is hosting a debate to focus on the social issues which the series raised. Although the programme focussed on families and groups of residents on two estates in Kilmarnock, the themes which came under the spotlight resonate in communities all across Scotland. Glenn Campbell hosts the debate from BBC Scotland's centre in Glasgow and it will feature the views of front-line people who work in similar communities facing economic and social challenges from across Scotland. .
Marvin and his dog Bullet are reunited with an old flame while another family struggle to deal with one of their children being jailed. Single mum Kay decides to take in three of her teenage daughter's friends.
One local family leads the charge to reopen the old community centre, while Marvin's dreams of becoming a family man begin to disintegrate. Single mum Kay gets a big shock from her 16-year-old daughter, and another family set out on their first ever holiday abroad.
Brian Cunningham is released from prison in time for his brother David's 21st birthday, prompting a double celebration. Libby tries to break son James's drug habit, and Harry enters the East Ayrshire Gardening Competition to show off his pride and joy
Libby is heartbroken when her son turns back to drugs, and another family problem adds to her woes. Meanwhile, the Crees discover it will cost more than £50,000 to resurrect the old community centre, and Harry's garden faces an assessment from the awards committee.
A year after he was first filmed, Marvin waits for girlfriend Dayna to get out of prison. Chris and Candice look after their new baby and after a heartbreaking year for mum Libby, the McMurray family are, at last, all reunited again.