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The Scottish Land Fund is now open for business, making available £6 million for community buyouts. But is there still the appetite for such schemes in Scotland?

Mark gets an insight into a rural business involved in restoring vintage cars.

The Scottish Game Fair is underway at Scone this weekend. How do the shooting fraternity persuade the wider public of the virtues of their cause? Plus, explaining muirburn to youngsters through fiction.

Headcam technology is being used by social scientists to try and get an insight into dog walkers' behaviour in recreational spaces. Helen joins a dog walk which was being filmed near Boat of Garten.

Angus may not be regarded as a mecca for mountain bikers - unlike the Borders and Dumfries and Galloway. But a new set of trails aims to change that.

Mark visits a community archaeological dig near Glenshee where a Pictish turf house is being unearthed.

10 years on from the opening of the Falkirk Wheel and the canal is said to be thriving. We hear about plans to celebrate the event.

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1 hour, 30 minutes

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Sat 30 Jun 2012 06:30

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