HELENSBURGH will be on the box this weekend as the latest episode of a new BBC Scotland series airs.

The third instalment of The Big Scottish Book Club will be on the BBC Scotland channel at 10pm on Sunday, November 24, and a further episode will be shown the following weekend at the same time.

TV crews filmed the final two episodes of the series at The Tower Digital Arts Centre as it welcomed a plethora of famous faces and up-and-coming talents from the literary world.

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On Sunday’s episode, host Damian Barr covers a range of topics, from mental health to childlessness, as he chats to some of the biggest names in fiction writing, including bestselling novelist Marian Keyes, who shares the stories behind her book Making It Up As I Go Along; writer and screenwriter David Nicholls, who talks about his novel Sweet Sorrow; and Scottish author John Niven discussing his latest book, the satirical Kill ‘Em All.

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Award-winning writer Chris McQueer also performs his short story, The Jaffa.

The final episode of the series, also filmed at the Tower, will be shown on Sunday, December 1. It has a theme of secrets and lies and features chat show host turned best-selling author Graham Norton, crime writer Denise Mina, screenwriter and novelist Patrick Gale and playwright and poet Inua Ellams.