Dougie Vipond meets the Aberdeen University researchers who know the name of every dolphin in the Moray Firth by name. He joins them on a boat trip to see if he can spot the famous bottle-nosed dolphins for himself.
Sarah Mack concludes her mini-series looking the changing face of the Wick landscape through the photographs held by the Johnstone Collection at the Wick Heritage Museum.
The most popular breed of hen in Scotland is the Black Rock. It’s ideally suited to living in back gardens and is an excellent producer of eggs. Hen-loving Euan McIlwraith takes delivery of some hens of his own.
Nick Nairn and Patrick McGlinchey conclude their wild gourmet series by cooking nettle Raviolo with Langoustines.
The game of Croquet is synonymous with the manicured lawns of English stately homes…..but that may be about to change. Scotland has a thriving Croquet Club based at Dundonald in Ayrshire. Sarah Mack joined the members for a game.
- Dougie Vipond
- Euan McIlwraith
- Sarah Mack
- Series Producer
- Simon Cousins
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