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00:01 Tales of the Tay Part 1. Poet Kenneth Stephen embarks upon a canoe trip along Scotland's longest river.

00:27 Clydebuilt Luxury Part 1. Elaine C Smith meets some of the people who built the legendary ocean liner the QE2.

00:57 Steamin' Up the Andes. Susan Morrison traces the journey of a Clyde Built steamer to its new home in the Peruvian Andes.

01:24 The Banks O' Doon. Maureen Beattie recites the Burns poem about the Ayrshire river.

01:27 Songlines: Ol' Man River. John Cavanagh and guests explore the stories behind the show-stopping song from Show Boat.

01:54 Out of Doors: Mark Stephen meets some fishing enthusiasts on the River Tay.

02:02 Langoustines on the Clyde: Mark Stephen goes in search of the Clyde shell fish that's saving Scotland's fishing industry.

02:32 Guid Passage: An archive features from 1974 celebrating 800 years of ferry crossings on the Forth.

03:01 Tales of the Tay Part 2: Poet Kenneth Stephen concludes his canoe trip down the River Tay.

03:28 Sweet Afton: Alan Cumming recites the Burns poem about the River Afton.

03:31 Clydebuilt Luxury Part 2. Elaine C Smith concludes her celebration of the ocean liner the QE2.

03:59 Songlines: Shipbuilding. John Cavanagh and guests celebrate the epic song by Elvis Costello.

04:25 Out of Doors. Reporter Helen Needham tries some white water rafting on the Tay.

04:30 Clyebuilt Comics. Former shipyard apprentice Nicholas Parsons recalls some of the finest comedians to emerge from the Clydeside yards including Johnny Beattie, Chic Murray and Billy Connolly.

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5 hours, 30 minutes

Last on

Wed 25 Mar 2009 00:30