Royal Highland Education Trust
In recent years many school children have not had the opportunity to visit farms to find out where their food comes from. Health and safety concerns and the work required to complete risk assessments discouraged many schools and farmers. But now RHET – a charity run by the Royal Highland Society – has embarked on a programme to provide farm-based education to a new generation of school children.
Important Plant Areas
In the final part of her series on some of Scotland’s rarest plants, Cat Cubie visits Ben Eighe in search of a plant that is found nowhere else on Earth.
Euan McIlwraith joins a vintage bus rally to Mull. Each year a group of enthusiasts take restored MacBrayne Buses back to the Islands they served in their heyday.
Fife Indie Folk Music
In the final part of his series on the musicians of the East Neuk of Fife, Vic Galloway meets another member of the influential Fence Collective.
During the Summer months when the sun rarely sets on Shetland, many islanders spend their spare time training for, and competing in, a series of rowing races using traditional boats called Yoals. Sarah Mack joins one of the crews for a training session.
- Dougie Vipond
- Series Producer
- Simon Cousins
- Sarah Mack
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