Hit TV show Vigil has been nominated across a number of categories at this year's BAFTA Scotland Awards. 

The submarine drama, which starred Martin Compston and Suranne Jones, was partly filmed in Largs, Cumbrae and Hunterston in 2020. 

Jones, the key character in the six-part drama, has been nominated for the Actress Television award.

Two of the show's directors Isabelle Sieb and James Strong also made the shortlist for Director - Fiction, whilst the programme's production team is nominated for the Television Scripted award.

Vigil writer Tom Edge is one of three nominees in the running for the Writer Film/Television award.

The show was received with critical and public acclaim, with millions across the country hooked every week. 

One particular scene in the show shows actors sitting outside the Green Shutters Bistro as the Largs to Cumbrae ferry sails past. 

Vigil centred around the mysterious disappearance of a Scottish fishing trawler and a death on-board a nuclear powered submarine.