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John o'Groats to Firth of Forth

Coast, Series 1 Episode 9 of 13

Nicholas Crane travels down the east coast of Scotland from John o'Groats, stopping at Cruden Bay to look at the impact the discovery of North Sea oil made 35 years ago and to find out what lies ahead as stocks diminish.

Anthropologist Alice Roberts meets the last members of the whaling fleet who were still sailing out of Dundee in the 1960s.

Archaeologist Mark Horton tells the story of a life-saving innovation in mine detection made by the Polish troops stationed in Fife during World War II. Plus, zoologist Miranda Krestrovnikoff meets the most northerly population of bottle-nosed dolphins at Channory Point in the Moray Firth.

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1 hour

Last on

Sun 20 Apr 2014 12:15
BBC Two Wales

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Role Contributor
PresenterNicholas Crane
PresenterMiranda Krestovnikoff
PresenterAlice Roberts
PresenterMark Horton

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