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Karen Miller Karen Miller | 09:00 UK time, Tuesday, 31 August 2010

The second series of our collaboration with the Open University, Walking Through History, is being repeated on Radio Scotland this week at 2230 each evening.

The programme is presented by Neil Oliver (A History of Scotland, Coast), and each episode comes with a downloadable walk and image galleries. In this series Neil visits Dunkeld, Stirling, Glasgow, Skye and Dundee.

Neil Oliver

Neil Oliver

Links to all the galleries can be found on the Walking Through History webpage.

Links to download the audio walks can be found at the Open University .

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    I would like to thank the whole BBC Scotland Team who made possible the first season of History of Scotland, I really enjoyed a lot and at sometimes provided me with such inspiring moments due to the outsanding conduction by Neil Oliver. I am a mexican citizen with scotish roots who is always trying to be in touch with my heritage. I am looking forward to watch the second season on youtbe, because the BBC Media player does not work in Mexico.

    Congratulations again for this historical project.

    Yours Aye,

    Alan
    Leon, Mexico

 

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