Glasgow has played an important role in Scotland's film and TV sector with hundreds of shows and movies being produced here over the years.

From popular BBC sitcoms to huge Hollywood blockbusters, the city is certainly popular on the big and small screens.

If you're interested in seeing what's been filmed in Glasgow over the years, look no further.

See the 10 most iconic shows and films produced in Glasgow

Glasgow Times: Still Game first aired in 2002 and was filmed in Maryhill and Ruchill.Still Game first aired in 2002 and was filmed in Maryhill and Ruchill. (Image: BBC)

Here are ten of the most iconic shows and movies filmed in Glasgow over the years.

Still Game (2002-2019)

No list of the most iconic shows filmed in Glasgow would be complete without a mention of the hugely popular BBC sitcom Still Game.

Following the antics of pensioners Jack and Victor in the fictional Craiglang estate, the show has amassed a loyal fanbase all over the world.

Much of the programme was filmed in Maryhill and Possilpark with The Gimlet in Ruchill serving as the exterior for The Clansman for the show's first three seasons.

World War Z (2013)

World War Z was released over 10 years ago and transformed George Square and much of the city centre into an apocalyptic setting inhabited by the undead.

Starring Brad Pitt, the film follows former United Nations investigator Gerry Lane as he travels the world looking for a solution to a dangerous virus rampaging across the globe.

The Batman (2022)

Glasgow's Necropolis recently featured in The Batman film starring Robert Pattinson as Gotham billionaire Bruce Wayne.

Going beyond the city, one other scene was filmed in the abandoned Hartwood Hospital in Shotts, North Lanarkshire.

Glasgow Times: Glasgow was transformed into 1960s New York for Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.Glasgow was transformed into 1960s New York for Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. (Image: NQ)

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (2023)

Indiana Jones was another film produced in the city with busy thoroughfares like St Vincent Street and Cochrane Street being transformed into 1960s New York.

Parts of the city centre were decorated in American bunting, period fire hydrants and classic street signage.

Taggart (1983-2010)

Scottish detective series Taggart is beloved by generations of people across the country with the BAFTA-winning show running from 1983 to 2010 on ITV and STV.

The show revolved around a group of detectives with Strathclyde Police as they sought to root out crime on the mean streets of Glasgow.

Filmed in and around Glasgow, the programme occasionally ventured out to Loch Lomond, Edinburgh and the Scottish Highlands.

Trainspotting (1996)

While Trainspotting was set in a deprived area of Edinburgh, parts of the acclaimed movie were filmed in Glasgow with the infamous bar fight scene being chief among them.

This was filmed in The Crosslands in Maryhill with the public house now being called BrewHaus.

Other filming locations like Jordanhill and Giffnock near Glasgow were also used.

Glasgow Times: The infamous bar fight scene in Trainspotting was filmed in Glasgow.The infamous bar fight scene in Trainspotting was filmed in Glasgow. (Image: YouTube)

Outlander (2014)

Internationally popular historical drama Outlander is another show that has been filmed in the city with Glasgow University previously doubling for Boston in the 1960s.

More filming has been taking place for the prequel series Blood of My Blood in the city's West End after it was previously postponed because of Storm Isha.

Screw (2022)

Channel 4 series Screw is another recent show that was made in Glasgow with the Kelvin Hall being transformed into a three-storey prison.

Parks and Recreation (2009-2015)

The majority of Parks and Recreation takes place in the fictional town of Pawnee in Indiana.

However, one episode in series six saw Ron Swanson (played by Nick Offerman) stop at Glasgow Central Station before heading to Islay to visit the home of his favourite whisky.