MARTIN Compston will be back on TV screens in the coming weeks as his popular BBC series returns for a second season.

Norwegian Fling will see the Greenock actor and co-presenter Phil MacHugh travel the length of Scotland’s closest Scandinavian neighbour in an 'epic' six-part series.

Martin and Phil will cover 2,000 miles as they immerse themselves in modern Norway.

The series is a follow up to the 2022 show Scottish Fling, which documented the pair’s trip across all corners of their homeland.

Norwegian Fling’s first episode will see the duo embrace the Nordic way of life in the capital city of Oslo.

They kick off the trip by heading to the country’s centre for skiing excellence at Holmenkollen, where they learn that Norwegians do not let a lack of snow get in their way.

Martin and Phil will also meet with Norway’s youngest MP, Maren Grøthe, at the The Storting – Norway’s parliament – before rounding off their first day in a countryside cabin.

On their way to the remote cabin, they learn just how expensive Norway is when they stop to pick up a carry out.

The first episode will air on the BBC Scotland channel at 10pm on February 22.