The Proclaimers have spoken about their delight at two of their songs being chosen for Scotland's Greatest Album.
Twelve tracks were chosen from the last four decades by a public vote. Viewers were able to pick three tracks from each decades from a shortlist that was drawn up by a panel.
The 12 winning tracks were announced on a programme on Thursday night.
The results saw the Proclaimers song Sunshine on Leith chosen as one of the tree tracks for the 1980s and the song 500 Miles chosen as one of the three from the 1990s.
Both songs were initially released on the band's 1988 Sunshine on Leith album.
The other two songs selected for the 90s included Caledonia by Frankie Miller, initially released in the 70s, and Whole of the Moon by the Waterboys, originally released in the 1980s.
Other acts to make the final 12 included Gerry Rafferty, Stealer's Wheel, Rod Stewart, Deacon Blue , Eurythmics, Paolo Nutini, Snow Patrol and Franz Ferdinand.
Speaking on Scotland Tonight, Charlie Reid said: "I'm very happy that we were on it
"I think there are some fantastic songs on it. I think on a technicality Gerry Rafferty gets on it twice with Stealer's Wheel and with his own thing, but we were really honoured because it was the pubic voting for it."
"So we were delighted we were on it. Twice"
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