Scotland's countryside magazine. In a special about land reform, Euan McIlwraith meets the Duke of Buccleuch, the country's largest landowner. Show more
Scotland's magazine show. Dougie Vipond meets the farmer who swapped cattle for concerts, Nick Nairn cooks another gourmet meal and Euan McIlWraith completes his sailing voyage. Show more
Magazine show. Dougie finds out about a new weapon in the battle against food fraud, Sarah Mack joins the Scottish Gundog Team and Euan McIlwraith tries his hand at chainsaw art. Show more
Dougie Vipond meets the team giving eels a helping hand after their arduous migration, while Sarah Mack looks at the latest research into Scotland's tick population. Show more
Dougie Vipond is on Rum to meet the community trust now running much of the island. Nick Nairn is at an auction of rare whisky and Sarah Mack takes part in a cave rescue exercise. Show more
Dougie Vipond helps researchers on Rum tag Manx shearwaters in an effort to find out more about their feeding habits. The team hits the road with Scotland's top horse transporter. Show more
Dougie Vipond examines the implications of proposed changes to the way farmers across Europe are subsidised. Plus, Nick Nairn deconstructs a Christmas turkey. Show more
Dougie Vipond tells the tale of 15th-century cannibals who lived in an Ayrshire cave and Nick Nairn continues to deconstruct a Christmas turkey. Show more
In the final, festive programme in the series, Dougie Vipond is at a carol concert in a cave and Euan McIlwraith makes a bespoke cheese for Christmas. Show more
The team returns to explore the great Scottish countryside. Dougie Vipond visits Scotland's only wild oyster fishery, and Euan assesses the impact of the winter storms on forestry. Show more
Scottish countryside magazine. Dougie Vipond visits a Borders' estate to tell the story of sika deer in Scotland and Nick Nairn compares sika venison with red deer. Show more
Scottish countryside magazine. Dougie is in Peterhead to tell the story of the revival of North Sea haddock stocks and Nick Nairn cooks up a dish with the versatile white fish. Show more
Scottish countryside magazine. Dougie Vipond looks at the challenge of meeting Scotland's renewable energy target and adventurer Andy Torbet kayaks under the Forth bridges. Show more
Scottish countryside magazine. Dougie Vipond visits Orkney to see the restoration of some wartime artwork and Euan McIlwraith is on Mull to hear about the the island's abattoir. Show more
Dougie goes to school at Scotland's first pig academy. Euan learns how to make charcoal and Nick Nairn is the 'Man with the Pan'.
Scotland's countryside magazine. Euan McIlwraith enters a bothy ballad singing contest, Dougie Vipond helps move 1300 beehives and Nick Nairn gets the most out of the Sunday roast. Show more
Landward is back for a brand new series. Dougie Vipond looks at the impact of the Beeching cuts on Scotland's rural railways and Nick Nairn meets the first of three artisan bakers. Show more
Countryside magazine. Dougie Vipond looks at the plight of the Scottish pig industry, while Sarah Mack meets the Green Action Angels and Nick Nairn meets an artisan baker.
Countryside magazine. The team are in Assynt to mark 20 years since the community buyout. They also explore the landscape that inspired the work of literary great Norman MacCaig.
Countryside magazine. Dougie Vipond finds out how farmers can generate income from their woodlands and Sarah Mack looks at measures to conserve Scotland's wild salmon population. Show more