FUNNYMAN Sanjeev Kohli joined news caster Catriona Shearer to host last night's glittering Royal Television Society's Scotland Awards 2014.

Held in West End venue Oran Mor, the awards cover all forms of production in Scotland, recognising excellence and innovation in television.

The award for drama was presented to Minnow Films for Glasgow Girls on BBC One Scotland/BBC Three.

In the factual categories, Keys to the Castle won the Documentary & Specialist Factual award, Holiday of My Lifetime with Len Goodman picked up the Daytime award and It Was Alright In The 70s received the award for Factual Entertainment & Features.

Tern TV picked up the Current Affairs award for Cybercrime with Ben Hemmersley: Darknets, by BBC World News, while the prize for Referendum Programme was jointly won by Scotland in a Day, from The Comedy Unit for Channel 4, and Scotland Decides: The Big, Big Debate, from Mentorn Scotland for BBC One Scotland.

Other winners on the night included STV News' Bernard Ponsonby, who was awarded Television Journalist of the Year, and BBC Scotland Comedy Production which received the Comedy award for Bob Servant.

The RTS Scotland Award, which is given at the discretion of the RTS Scotland Awards committee, was presented to Elizabeth Partyka, STV's Deputy Director of Channels, to acknowledge her outstanding contribution to Scottish television.