Scottish television producer and writer TOM STEEL has died. He was 64.
The Life and Death of St Kilda writer passed away on 21 July (07) in London.
Steel, who was married three times, was championed for his contribution to Scottish culture.
In 1984, he produced Scotland's Story, a revered 24-part drama-documentary series which earned Steel critical acclaim.
He is survived by his writer wife of 18 years, Peta Van den Bergh.
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