Scotland's biggest secondary school is to star in a new documentary by the BBC team behind The Scheme.
Glasgow City Council are allowing the makers of the controversial TV show to film at Holyrood Secondary - Europe's largest state-funded comprehensive school.
The show, with a working title of High School, will follow the lives of pupils and staff of the Catholic secondary in three hour-long programmes to be screened later in 2011.
Has anyone seen this programme, working title "High School".
Did I miss it? As Melody says, the series of four programmes was scheduled to be shown in 2011, so time is running out!
The production company is today promting a new feature:
The makers of telly hit The Scheme will follow up their Bafta award-winning series — by turning the spotlight on one of Scotland's most famous streets. Cameras are filming the lives of residents and workers in bustling Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow.
Crews have already been seen at The Garage nightclub.
Last night co-producer Jules Keane said: "We wanted to explore what life is really like there.
"We hope it will uncover some interesting characters and will be accepted the same way as The Scheme was."
The documentary — called The Street — is due to hit screens in 2013.