The incredible story of a family who recovered a large amount of pipe tunes stored by a grandfather who perished in a brutal storm.
Following a dramatic football season through the eye's of the owner of the West Side Football Club in 2015.
Kenny tells the story of a half-brother who tracked him down, who he never knew existed.
A film following how the ever-changing world of social media is changing lives.
A look at the condition endometriosis which affects 1.5 million women in the UK.
A look at one of Scotland's smallest medical practices.
Donald John Murray moves from his croft to Alderney.
First of a two-part documentary in which Trusadh visits the busy hub that is Lewis Crofters - an agricultural cooperative that has been serving local crofters for nearly 60 years. The shop is one of the busiest shops in Lewis and Harris, and carries products varying from kitchen essentials to outdoor clothing, and from fencing to all types of feed for the croft. This programme follows the staff both in the shop and on the road. Amongst the regulars in the shop are the students from Macaulay College, a community interest company that helps those with additional social and educational requirements. They visit the shop every week for food for their animals and seed for their polytunnels. Meanwhile, John Murdo Matheson is in the lorry delivering feed to the customers. Plus, there is a special visitor making an appearance in the shop at its busiest time.
Second of a two-part documentary in which Trusadh visits the busy hub that is Lewis Crofters - an agricultural cooperative that has been serving local crofters for nearly 60 years. The shop is one of the busiest shops in Lewis and Harris, and carries products varying from kitchen essentials to outdoor clothing, and from fencing to all types of feed for the croft. With the busy gardening season on the horizon, staff are busy changing stock, with customers looking to get all their gardening essentials. Young crofter Iona Mackenzie visits the shop not only for animal supplies, but also for hardware essentials for her big renovation project. With the feeding season coming to an end, John Murdo is spending less time out delivering and more time in the yard. Meanwhile, manager Alasdair faces staffing problems as he gets ready to go away on holiday.
Documentary following the cycling adventure of two friends in Asia. The Tibetan region of China is an area few are able to experience - a remote place of extraordinary beauty but challenging to travel to and through. Yet after a lot of careful planning that's exactly what Scottish cyclist Magnus Graham did. From the contrast of the busy urban China life to the remote rural mountain life so rarely seen, to the challenges of cycling a laden bike on snowbound and icy mountain roads at almost 5000m, it proved to be Magnus's most challenging cycle to date. Meanwhile, further south, his friend Daibhidh Martin cycled from near the Vietnam border and came up through Laos to eventually meet Magnus in the north of the country, where they planned to travel together through remote jungle areas. With temperatures up to 40 degrees, Daibhidh had his own challenges to overcome before the two of them met up.
Documentary exploring the art of whistling and its origins. Whistling has been part of people's lives the world over, and is in fact the most international of all languages. For some it's a hobby, while for others it's a means to making a living. The ancient whistling language Silbo Gomera can be found in La Gomera in the Canary Islands. It was originally used by farmers to communicate from village to village in the island's valleys in the days before telephones. Although once thought to be dying out, the language is now enjoying a revival and is now taught in school.
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