Back up to: Landward
26/26 In the final, festive programme in the series, Dougie attends a carol concert in a cave.
26/26 Dougie Vipond meets the new President of the National Farmers' Union of Scotland.
25/26 Including the tale of 15th-century cannibals who lived in an Ayrshire cave.
25/26 Dougie Vipond takes a trip to Lyon to see Scotch lamb at the World Culinary Olympics.
24/26 Nick Nairn deconstructs a Christmas turkey and Dougie visits Smoo Cave near Durness.
23/26 Dougie Vipond helps researchers on Rum tag Manx shearwaters.
22/26 Exploring a new trail on Loch Ness's south shore and the company using fish to grow veg.
21/26 Dougie Vipond is on Rum to find out about the special role of the island's unique ponies.
20/26 Dougie looks at the importance of mackerel stocks to the Scottish fishing industry.
19/26 Dougie Vipond is on Rum to meet the community trust now running much of the island.
18/26 Dougie Vipond is at the Scottish Ploughing Championships.
17/26 Dougie Vipond meets the team giving eels a helping hand after their arduous migration.
16/26 Dougie Vipond meets the Perthshire businesses behind an award-winning collaboration.
15/26 Meet the dairy farmer turning poo into power and the story of a Peterhead whaling ship.
14/26 Looking at the battle against food fraud, the Scottish Gundog Team and chainsaw art.
13/26 The team travel to Ingliston for The Royal Highland Show.
12/26 Dougie Vipond meets the farmer who swapped cattle for concerts.
11/26 Euan meets Jimmy Buchan to discuss the launch of his autobiography.
10/26 Dougie Vipond meets the estate workers on stand-by to fight moorland or forest fires.
9/26 Dougie Vipond looks at new legislation on wildlife crimes.
8/26 Dougie Vipond meets Scotland's intrepid maritime wreck hunter.
7/26 Dougie Vipond investigates the impact of the growing cost of living in rural areas.
6/26 Dougie Vipond looks at the growth in rural crime.
5/26 Dougie Vipond and the team present farming and environmental stories from around Scotland.
4/26 Dougie Vipond heads to Ardnamurchan to meet the people behind the local Pig Club.
3/26 Euan McIlwraith examines the potential of wind power for Scotland's farmers.
2/26 Dougie Vipond takes part in a project to save Scotland's native red squirrel.
1/26 Dougie Vipond on the cone gatherers who helped to replenish Scotland's wartime forests.