The BBC will make all of its National Lottery shows in Scotland and Northern Ireland from now on as part of the broadcaster's strategy to create more programmes outside of London.

Dale Winton quiz show In It to Win It and Who Dares Wins, both made by ITV-owned producer 12 Yard, will shift to the BBC's Pacific Quay site in Glasgow, as will a new format based around the Olympics. Endemol format 1 vs 100 is already being produced from the Scottish studios.

Controller of network production Anne Morrison said: “The move of the lottery shows is part if our exciting plans to build entertainment production in Scotland and Northern Ireland. By making more programmes outside of London, we are boosting the creative industries in those areas.”

The plan is part of BBC Vision director Jana Bennett's Out of London strategy to expand network production in the nations and regions.

Responsibility for all lottery shows will now fall to Glasgow-based Alan Tyler, who became one of the first out-of-London commissioners when he was named executive editor of entertainment commissioning in March.

BBC controller of entertainment commissioning Mark Linsey said consolidating production of lottery shows would benefit from “state of the art facilities” at the Pacific Quay site and “tap into the independent creative talent from across Scotland and Northern Ireland”.