Presenter Grant O'Rourke has sixty seconds to answer questions about life in Roman Scotland. The Antonine Guard re-enactment group perform in Edinburgh. Show more
Long John Silver and Jim Hawkins watch as Anna and Calum take charge of the production budget for their end-of-term play. Show more
A look at physical features and map reading in the Highlands and islands of Scotland. Trainee tour guide Tess, attempts to master the Grampian Tour. Schools programme.
A look at physical features and map reading in the Highlands and islands of Scotland. Trainee tour guide Tess visits the islands of Skye, Harris and Lewis.
Follow the journey along the Great Glen and take in thesplendour of Torridon as trainee tour guide Tess attempts the Northern tour.
Grant Stott and Joanne Davy discover the Picts through looking at historical and archeological evidence. They investigate their name, culture, homelife and troublesome neighbours. Show more
Grant and Joanne look into the Scots tribe. They question the belief that they originated from Ireland & discover their ways of life. Show more
Grant and Joanne discover why the Picts and the Scots joined together to form 'Scotland'. They hear about the arrival of the Vikings, Northumbrian neighbours and Kenneth MacAlpin. Show more
This episode concentrates on Scottish inventors. Today feaures the invention of the steam engine, steam locomotive, steam boat, bicycle, pneumatic tyre & tarmac. Show more
Space programme for 7-9 year olds. Quick guides to the planets in the Solar System, including Mercury, Mars and Saturn. Show more
Space programme for 7-9 year olds, looking at the Sun, the Moon, Earth, constellations and stars. Show more
Space programmes for 7-9 year olds looking at space exploration, interviews with astronauts, training and a tour of a space station. Show more
Schools programme about cycling in a rural environment just outside Amsterdam. The Millennium Cycle Pathways project, a forest trail and a rural bike ride are shown. Show more
Grant and Steph learn about bike safety, maintenance and the appropriate clothing.
Educational series. Grant and Steph find out about cycling in an urban environment, visiting the cities of Amsterdam and Edinburgh.
Cycling in the countryside. Grant looks at the Millennium cycle pathway, and Steph covers the geography of Amsterdam.
Grant Stott and Joanne Davy find out about the differences between the Catholic Church and the Church of Scotland.
Observe historians and archaeologists at work: digging, reading, arguing, showing pupils how they know the things they do know about Vikings in Scotland.
Last of the three-part birdwatching special. Grant O'Rourke visits North Berwick to teach the local children how to help the puffin return to the Forth Islands.
First in a three part series. Grant O'Rourke goes birdwatching in Edinburgh and sets the local children a challenge. Show more