Entertainment legend Stanley Baxter is to receive a special award from BAFTA Scotland.
The 94-year-old actor and comedian will be honoured for an Outstanding Contribution to Film and Television.
Glasgow-born Baxter has starred in a host of television shows since the 1950s and also featured on the stage and the silver screen.
Jude MacLaverty, director of BAFTA Scotland, said: “Stanley Baxter is one of the true creative geniuses in British television light entertainment, who combined superbly observed, written and performed comedy in a truly unique and unforgettable style.”
Film and TV editor Phyllis Ironside will also receive an Outstanding Contribution award for Craft.
Ms MacLaverty said: “Phyllis Ironside is a highly respected member of the industry in Scotland, renowned for her editing skills as well as her integrity with her CV reflecting the best of programming making in Scotland.”