BBC Scotland has unveiled its line-up for its coverage on polling day.

Election 2019: Scotland on BBC One Scotland, from 9.55pm, will be presented by chief political correspondent Glenn Campbell with analysis from political editor Brian Taylor, with guests throughout the night.

Laura Miller will be mapping out the story of the night for the broadcaster with graphics, while anchors Rebecca Curran will bring the latest news as the results roll in and Martin Geissler will be getting the reaction to the big stories from key figures. 

BBC Scotland said it will be at every count.

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The results night coverage on BBC One Scotland will also include The Election Cafe at Pacific Quay where Nick Sheridan and Fiona Stalker will hear from journalists and other commentators. 

The following day, 13 December, Sally Magnusson will take up the story for BBC One Scotland from Westminster as the country digests the results.

Overnight on 12 December, listeners to Radio nan Gaidheal can tune in from 9.55pm where Donald Morrison and James Macdonald will be joined by a panel and pundits discussing the latest results as they come in. 

On Friday 13 December on BBC Alba, An Taghadh 2019, a two hour live special exploring the election result and what this means for Scotland and further afield, will be on air from 7pm.

On BBC Radio Scotland, the through-the-night results programme will be presented by Bill Whiteford and Gillian Marles.