- 1 BBC Television Service Scotland
- 2 BBC 1 Scotland (first era)
- 3 BBC Scotland
- 4 BBC 1 Scotland (second era)
- 5 BBC Scotland on 1
- 6 BBC One Scotland
BBC Television Service Scotland
BBC One Scotland started as the "BBC Television Service for Scotland". It launched on the 14th of March 1952. The service used the "Coats of Arms" ident, which was the ident generally used across the BBC television network from 1946 until 1953.
The "Bat's Wings" ident was used alongside BBC Television Service Scotland's own ident.
In 1963, the famous globe ident was introduced. A unifying rebrand was taken place across the BBC television network, removing the Scotland branding, however, the service was still known as "BBC Television Service Scotland" through announcements and was still indicated as such on schedules.
BBC 1 Scotland (first era)
In 1964, the service was rebranded as BBC 1 Scotland to differentiate from BBC 2, even though BBC 2 Scotland would not officially launch in the region until 1966.
After 11 years, in 1974, the service started to incorporate the Scotland branding into the globe itself.