Scotland's countryside magazine show. Dougie Vipond investigates the impact of the growing cost of living in rural areas, while Sarah Mack meets the instructors at Glenmore Lodge. 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
Scotland's countryside magazine. Dougie Vipond meets the dairy farmer turning poo into powerand Sarah travels to Blenheim Palace for the International gundog trials. 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 at the Scottish Ploughing Championships and Euan McIlwraith concludes his attempt to sail round Eigg, Muck and Coll in a week. 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 looks at the importance of mackerel stocks to the Scottish fishing industry and Euan McIlwraith meets the baker who still uses a traditional watermill. Show more
Scotland's country magazine show. Euan McIlwraith takes delivery of some hens for his garden, and Sarah Mack tries her hand at croquet. Show more
Dougie Vipond plays in a beach cricket match. Sarah meets the artist using flora and fauna to make wildlife art and Cat Cubie highlights the native plants in need of protection. Show more
Dougie meets alpaca farmers, Sarah tells the story of a Shetland heroine and Cat goes in search of another native plant in need of protection. Show more
Dougie meets the Royal Highland Education Trust helping to teach children where their food comes from while Cat Cubie finds some more rare plants. Show more
Dougie looks at the future of the struggling Scottish dairy industry. Sarah meets one of only two female farriers in Scotland and Euan begins a musical journey down the River Spey.
Countryside magazine. Dougie Vipond meets the campaigners who want publicly owned land to be released for community orchards and Euan McIlwraith is on the Tam O'Shanter trail. Show more
Scotland's countryside magazine. Dougie meets the entrepreneurial fruit farmer who has found a gap in the market for late season Scottish blueberries. Show more
Scotland's countryside magazine. Euan McIlwraith is in Mallaig to take part in Operation Shearwater to help migrating birds get back on track. Show more
Scotland's countryside magazine. Euan helps celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Aberdeen Angus herd book, which traces the breed back to its origin. Show more
Scotland's magazine show. Dougie Vipond meets Scotland's artisan beer producers and Sarah Mack is in Orkney to meet the butchers working hard to secure the Orkney Beef brand.
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
Scotland's countryside magazine. Dougie Vipond looks back to 1963 and the publication of the Beeching Report that led to the demise of much of the rural rail network in Scotland. 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.