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Forth and Clyde

RUNNING ORDER:

All timings are approximate and are given in hours and minutes from the start of the zone.

00:02 The Great Canal: Jimmie McGregor begins a journey along the Forth and Clyde Canal.

00:30 Forth Elements: Poet and novelist Andrew Greig considers the influence of water on the Forth estuary.

00:58 Past Lives: Reporter Kirsty Williams recalls the buiding of the Clyde Tunnel.

01:05 Out of Doors: Presenter Mark Stephen visits the Falkirk Wheel.

01:17 The Great Canal: Jimmie McGregor continues his journey along the Forth and Clyde Canal.

01:46 Forth Elements: Poet and novelist Andew Greig turns his thoughts to the influence of air on the river Forth.

02:14 Past Lives: Presenter Mark Stephen goes back to his roots in the central belt town of Bo'Ness.

02:39 Langoustines on the Clyde: Mark Stephen explores the west coast waters in search of some fine seafood.

03:09 Forth Elements: Poet and Novelist Andew Greig looks at the history of fire on the banks of the river Forth.

03:35 Wildtrack: Presenter Lindsay Cannon visits the Jupiter Nature Reserve in Grangemouth.

04:03 Guid Passage: A gem from the Radio Scotland archive recalling 800 years of ferry crossings on the Forth.

04:32 The Great Canal: Jimmie McGregor concludes his journey along the Forth and Clyde Canal.

05:00 Forth Elements: Poet and novelist Andrew Greig considers how earth has shaped the environment around the Forth Estuary.

5 hours, 30 minutes

Last on

Wed 29 Apr 2009 00:30
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