A sixth series of Scotland’s Home of the Year – BBC Scotland’s property programme made by IWC (a Banijay UK company) – has been commissioned with a new judging line-up searching for outstanding homes across Scotland.

Glasgow architect Danny Campbell joins the judging panel alongside interior designers Anna-Campbell Jones and Banjo Beale, who returns as a permanent judge following a guest stint on the fifth series which returns to BBC One Scotland and BBC iPlayer from Monday 15 May. Danny and Banjo will take over from judges Michael Angus and Kate Spiers who have left to pursue new projects.

Pauline Law, Executive Producer for IWC Media, adds: “It’s great news to be commissioned for a sixth series and to celebrate once again, all the very different shapes and sizes of those special places we call home, across Scotland. We’re sad to be saying goodbye to two of our judges – Kate Spiers and Michael Angus – they’ve done a fantastic job giving us their valued opinions on over 100 homes in the last five years but of course, we wish them all the best for their future plans. We are delighted that Banjo Beale has agreed to become a permanent member of the SHOTY team having been a guest judge on series five and to introduce our new architecture expert for series six – Danny Campbell.”

Filming on SHOTY6 starts from the end of June and the filmmakers are looking for homeowners to apply to take part.

Scotland’s Home Of The Year is commissioned by Steve Allen, BBC Scotland’s Commissioning Executive who will also be the Executive Producer on Series 6 alongside Pauline Law for IWC Media (a Banijay UK company).

Jon Creamer

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