A DRAMA series that was filmed in Glasgow has been nominated for two BAFTA awards.

The Nest, a five-part series starring Martin Compston, is up for the BAFTA Scotland Audience Award.

Meanwhile, Mirren Mack, who played Kaya in the BBC One show, has been nominated for the Actress Television award.

The awards will be presented at the digital ceremony on December 8 when Edith Bowman will host a socially distant, closed-studio show alongside Sanjeev Kohli.

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The ceremony will be live streamed from 7pm on BAFTA’s Facebook and YouTube channels and followed by a highlights show on BBC Scotland at 10pm.

Edith Bowman said: “Now, more than ever, it is vital that we celebrate and recognise the achievements of the country’s film, games and television industries, reminding everyone of the importance and enjoyment of the arts.

"This year’s list of nominees highlight yet again the wealth of creative talent and craft that exists in Scotland.”

The Nest, which broadcast in March this year, was filmed mostly in Glasgow, as well as Paisley, Helensburgh and East Kilbride.

Written by BAFTA award-winning Glaswegian writer Nicole Taylor, the show explores a surrogacy pact between a wealthy couple and a teenage girl.