The Sport Nation team will cover the big Scottish sports, such as golf, rugby, tennis, boxing and snooker, Olympics and Commonwealth sports, indigenous sports such as shinty and curling, and other professional sports in this country, like cricket, motorsport and darts.
With only days to go until Scotland's rugby players travel to play France, the first programme will be an RBS 6 Nations special. The half hour will be solely devoted to Scotland's preparations for the tournament, and will be presented from Murrayfield featuring on-site interviews with key members of the playing and coaching staff.
The Sport Nation: Six Nations Special also features an access all areas film behind the scenes with the Scotland squad as they prepare for the matches at their training camp in St Andrews.
The team has also been to France to find out a bit more about what makes French rugby tick, why the French are so renowned for flair, and speak to a rugby legend who knows what it takes to beat the French in their own back yard.
From Saturday morning, February 5th, Sport Nation will launch on radio too, as the team takes over the ever popular Sports Weekly slot at nine o'clock, to continue to showcase our exciting brand of Scottish sports journalism. More information can be accessed online at www.bbc.co.uk/sportnation.
Sport Nation will start on BBC 2 Scotland at 7pm on Tuesday 1st February
The programme will be available to view in the rest of the UK via the following channels:
• Sky Channel 990
• Freesat Channel 970
• Cable Virgin Media Channel 102
• IPTV, Talk Talk TV Channel 968