READERS from St Boswells are due to feature in a forthcoming TV book show.

As well a top authors and well-known personalities talking about literature, The Big Scottish Book Club features reviews and recommendations from book clubs from around Scotland.

And readers from St Boswells will feature in the episode going out on the BBC Scotland channel on Sunday December 18.

In this episode, host Damian Barr chats to writer and radio presenter Reverend Richard Coles about his best-selling debut novel Murder Before Evensong, award-winning writer and poet Lemn Sissay shares his favourite books and musician and broadcaster Cerys Matthews reveals her love of Dylan Thomas and discusses her new adaptation of Under Milk Wood.

The readers of St Boswells also share their thoughts on Scottish classic Trumpet by Jackie Kay and recommend the books they would give to a friend.

Authors who have featured in other episodes include Graeme Macrae Burnet, Armistead Maupin, Denise Mina, Ian Rankin, Karen Campbell and Kate Mosse amongst others.

Among the personalities featured in the series – many of whom are also authors or writers in their own right – are Deacon Blue’s Ricky Ross, comedian Josie Long, football legend Pat Nevin, Still Game’s Gavin Mitchell, broadcasters Stuart Cosgrove and Andrew Cotter, The Fast Show’s Charlie Higson and Two Doors Down’s Elaine C Smith.

The Big Scottish Book Club Sunday December 18 on the BBC Scotland channel at 10.20pm.