Next Episode of Landward is
Scotland's farming and countryside programme focusing on the issues affecting the community.
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the publication of Rob Roy, Dougie Vipond finds out about the man behind the myth. Arlene Stuart gets trained in dolphin rescue, Euan McIlwraith goes in search of city sparrow hawks, plus the impact of the wet summer on farmers.
Dougie sees the nation from a completely different perspective when he visits the great Polish map of Scotland, Arlene finds out about the menace of 'nurdles', which endanger marine life, and Euan finds out how badgers displaced by the new Aberdeen bypass are being rehoused. Plus chef Gary Maclean travels to Mull to witness a deer stalk and then shows his students how to cook venison.
Dougie heads into the dark to find out about night-time hill navigation, Joyce explores the difficult issue of sexism in farming, Euan find out about the history of slate at Ballachulish, while Anne finds out about how the problem numbers of feral cats is being tackled. And Gary Maclean continues his journey on Mull and this week teaches his students all about haggis.
Arlene and Dougie get into the Christmas spirit early and taste-test Scottish craft gin, Anne goes in search of the sea eagles, Euan finds out why wild veg is more nutritious, Gary continues his foodie tour of Mull and Dougie harvests gin's key ingredient, juniper berries.
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