What's the story?

Golden moments.

Can you be a bit more specific?

A clutch of the nation's greatest sporting successes will be shown on BBC Scotland on Friday and Sunday nights over the coming weeks. Kicking things off this Friday will be the 1973 British title fight between boxers Ken Buchanan and Jim Watt in Glasgow.

That's a classic. What else?

Tennis fans can revisit Andy Murray's triumphs, including his Olympic wins in 2012 and 2016, as well as those history-making Wimbledon titles in 2013 and 2016.

Anything involving wheels?

All six of Sir Chris Hoy's Olympic gold medal races.

Good stuff. Although so far, rather male?

I see your point. Well, there's curling glory with Scots skippers Rhona Martin and Eve Muirhead leading Team GB to gold and bronze respectively at the Winter Olympics in 2002 and 2014.

Talk about a summer for nostalgia.

Vive la rerun.

Aren't the TV soaps doing something similar?

Indeed. ITV has announced a trio of Coronation Street and Emmerdale specials to air very soon.

Meanwhile, River City Rewind on BBC Scotland is embarking on a trip down memory lane with a 10-week run charting some of the show's most explosive episodes – marriage, murder and mayhem abound – since its debut in 2002.