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Scotland's farming and countryside programme focusing on the issues affecting the community.
Scotland's countryside magazine. Dougie celebrates the food that shaped the nation. Euan prepares a nest for ospreys. And Nick takes the Landward food van to Kelso.
Dougie Vipond goes in search of fish livers for Nick Nairn to cook in the Landward food van. Arlene Stuart helps launch a new lifeboat service, and Euan McIlwraith explores the farming legacy of the King of the Bothy Ballad.
Dougie celebrates the great Scots porridge oat and presents Nick Nairn with a culinary challenge. And Euan investigates a rise in dog attacks on sheep.
Dougie begins a three-part series exploring the threats and opportunities for Scottish farming outside of the EU. Euan tries to count grouse on a moor, and MasterChef champion Gary MacLean joins the team.
Scotland's countryside magazine. Arlene Stuart explores the issue of connectivity. Dougie Vipond finds out how the potato industry will cope outside of the European Union, and Masterchef champion Gary Maclean takes his frying pan to Arran.
Scotland's countryside magazine. Dougie Vipond visits Mull to find out how remote hill sheep farmers are preparing for a post-Brexit world. Arlene Stuart joins a car share club and Euan McIlwraith meets a wildlife photographer who has created his own nature reserve.
Scotland's countryside magazine. Euan visits the sheep farm under attack from ravens. Arlene looks at the changing face of the rural post office, and Kelsey gets advice on avoiding ticks.
Scotland's countryside magazine. Dougie forages for seaweed, Kelsey joins a cruise ship at Invergordon, and Arlene reveals the changing face of the rural post office. episode 8.
Scotland's countryside magazine. Dougie and Nick cook with oysters. Jean takes a dip on a snorkle trail, and Euan reveals a new approach to dairy farming.
Dougie Vipond and the team are back for a brand new series. Dougie and Nick Nairn begin a narrowboat trip along the Union Canal, while Euan McIlwraith grabs a camera and goes in search of our most loved seabird - the puffin.
Arlene Stuart meets the woman battling to preserve rare breed pigs, and new presenter Anne Lundon asks if the North Coast 500 is a victim of its own success.
Dougie and Nick continue their journey along the Union canal, navigating through the spooky Falkirk tunnel. Arlene Stuart learns how to rescue stranded dolphins. Sheep farmer Joyce Campbell visits the Kelso ram sales, and Nick tempts the visitors at the Falkirk wheel with a tit bit of ox tongue.
Scotland's countryside magazine. Dougie and Nick continue their narrowboat trip and head to meet the kelpies, Euan is all at sea counting herring, and Anne meets a high-flying farmer.
Scotland's countryside magazine. In this special programme from the Black Isle, Dougie meets the scientists studying the impact of marine development on dolphins, Euan finds out about the dark history of the Isle's sea caves, Arlene goes coastal rowing, and Anne meets a contemporary tartan designer.
Strawberries are now our favourite fruit - we eat billions of them every year in a season which now lasts up to nine months - and every berry has to be picked by hand. In the past the berries were picked by seasonal workers from Scotland's industrial heartlands, but now the pickers almost all come from eastern Europe. The Landward team follow the summer season of 2017 in the berry fields of Scotland, following the fortunes of two farms and the migrant workers who are so vital to this Â£100 million industry.
Scotland's countryside magazine. Dougie Vipond asks if dairy farming can really be described as inhumane. Sheep farmer Joyce Campbell introduces her collie pups, Arlene learns how to blow glass, and Euan is chasing butterflies.
Dougie and Arlene embark on journey with a difference around the new South West 300 driving route. As we focus on community ownership, Euan meets the people who want to take over Cairngorm Mountain, and Anne visits another community who have bought a forest. Plus we find out how guide dogs enable visually impaired people to navigate the countryside.
Dougie and Arlene continue their journey along the scenic South West 300 driving route in an electric car. Euan discovers a treasure trove of old photographs that were found at Lanark Mart. Anne finds out how our ancestors farmed in the wild north west, and we visit the nature reserve carved out of the sea.
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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