Next Episode of Air a' Chanàl / Scotland's Canals is
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Niall Iain MacDonald and Calum Macaulay explore Scotland's canals.
Niall Iain MacDonald and Calum MaCaulay take to the water as they explore the Caledonian Canal.
They cruise down Loch Ness as far as Fort Augustus, where they get on their bikes and cycle the Great Glen Way. Niall Iain joins the crew of the Vic32, Scotland's only operational puffer, at Fort Augustus. Shovelling coal is hot work, but he is still charmed by this wonderful old boat.
At Gairlochy Calum. visits Achnacarry House, seat of the Cameron clan, where the commandos honed their skills, before visiting the monument in their honour at Spean Bridge. Calum and Niall Iain both compete in the Beast Race, a10k endurance race through water and mud on the shores of Loch Ness.
They end their journey at Neptune's Staircase, Banavie, the longest set of locks in Great Britain, with a stunning view across Loch Linnhe.
Niall Iain Macdonald and Calum Macaulay take to the water as they explore the Union Canal. At the start of the canal in Lochrin Basin, Niall Iain meets Allan Maclean, who tells him all about Edinburgh's rich brewing history.
Niall Iain Macdonald and Calum Macaulay take to the water as they explore the Forth and Clyde Canal. They take the tiller of their own barge, the Lochan Ora, and navigate their way across central Scotland. Niall Iain meets Ruaridh Graham of Historic Scotland to learn about the Antonine Wall - built by the Romans 2,000 years ago, it sits alongside much of the canal.
Niall Iain Macdonald and Calum Macaulay take to the water as they explore the Crinan Canal. Niall Iain begins his journey in Tarbert, where he meets boatbuilder Phil Robertson. Phil gives him a lift in his restored ring netter, the St Clair, up Loch Fyne to Ardrishaig, the start of the canal.
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