Looking for evidence today is a group of teenagers who've become history detectives by accident. They uncover some of the many stories Victorian Stirling offers. Show more
Educational programme for 10-12 year olds. Jacqui has another go at making T-shirts for her friends. This time she has professional help. Show more
Children's documentary which tells the story of the 1745 Jacobite rising from a very pragmatic Hanoverian point of view.
Examining some aspects of French landscape and lifestyle. Mr Tweed and his sidekick Brian follow clues that take them from the French Alps to Paris. Show more
Mr Tweed and his sidekick Brian follow a series of clues around France in their quest to find some missing computer disks. Show more
A look at aspects of life in Scotland during the 1960s. Malcolm MacCaulay Campbell presents selections of archive film about school life.
A look at aspects of life in Scotland during the 1960s. Melvyn Hayes sets out to prove that Scotland did 'swing' in the sixties. Show more
Educational programme looking at food, presented by Gavin Mitchell. Includes a carton food assault course, a visit to a primary school and a report from South Africa.
History programme for 10-12 year-olds. Gavin Mitchell discovers the history of William Wallace.
History programme for 10-12 year-olds. Gavin Mitchell attempts to track down the truth behind the heroism of Robert Bruce.
History programme for 10-12 year-olds. Whose job is it to check if Scotland's history is correct? Show more
Educational series for 10- to 12-year-olds. An introduction to life at school and work in Germany as experienced by two German families.
Children's documentary which tells the story of the 1745 Jacobite rising from an emotionally-charged Jacobite point of view.
The story of the 1745 Jacobite rising from an emotionally charged Jacobite point of view. Presenter Gavin Mitchell tries to sort fact from fiction. Show more
Educational series for 10- to 12-year-olds. Looking at home life and hobbies, supermarkets and street markets as enjoyed by two German families.
Educational series for 10- to 12-year-olds. German journalist Elaine Schnee looks at Germany's huge road, railway and waterway network. Show more
Education. Dan wants to impress with a new mobile phone, but his family are swamped in debt. Dan is angry his parents are in this situation.
A group of teenagers believe that the grandparents of infamous American bank robber Butch Cassidy once lived in the Stirling area. Helping them are a team of research experts. Show more
Children's educational programme. Three schools have been challenged to write a new version of a folk song. In the third of three programmes, it's time to perform. Show more
Children's educational programme. Three schools have been challenged to write a new version of a folk song. The second of three programmes. Show more