Back up to: Landward
26/26 Dougie and the team get together for a Christmas meal. Who will be the best cook?
25/26 Dougie takes the helm of a simulator at the newly opened Scottish Maritime Academy.
24/26 Dougie Vipond investigates a parasite spread by dogs that can be deadly for livestock.
23/26 Dougie Vipond begins a three-part series on Scotland's artisan beer producers.
22/26 Sarah unveils a new initiative to help aspiring farmers break into the industry.
21/26 Euan enters a bothy ballad singing contest and Dougie helps move 1300 beehives.
20/26 Dougie goes panning for gold and Nick Nairn is in the outdoors with his camping stove.
19/26 Sarah hops on the community bus helping to draw visitors to the Ring of Breadalbane.
18/26 Sarah Mack goes in search of the monarch of the glen.
17/26 Dougie Vipond looks at the future of the struggling Scottish dairy industry.
16/26 Dougie goes to school at Scotland's first pig academy. Euan learns how to make charcoal.
15/26 Euan is at the Scottish Smallholders Festival and Sarah learns about Shetland wool.
14/26 Dougie looks at the impact of the wet summer on this year's harvest.
13/26 Dougie Vipond and the team are at the Royal Highland Show.
12/26 Dougie meets the Royal Highland Education Trust and Sarah takes on a rowing challenge.
11/26 Dougie meets alpaca farmers and Sarah tells the story of a Shetland heroine.
10/26 Dougie Vipond takes part in a cricket match on a beach.
9/26 Euan McIlwraith takes delivery of some hens and Sarah Mack tries her hand at croquet.
8/26 Dougie Vipond visits Orkney to see the restoration of some wartime artwork.
7/26 Dougie spends the night in a remote bothy and Nick Nairn creates a meal from foraged food.
6/26 The enduring appeal of Scotland's bothies and the scientists collecting wind from cows!
5/26 The challenge of meeting renewable energy targets and the science in sports nutrition.
4/26 The impact of new laws on egg production and harvesting reeds on the River Tay.
3/26 The revival of North Sea haddock stocks and at Haddo House with the National Trust.
2/26 The story of sika deer in Scotland and Scotland's sheep rustling crime wave.
1/26 Dougie Vipond visits a wild oyster fishery and Nick Nairn takes the catch into the kitchen