By Kenny Crawford
BBC Sport Scotland
West of Scotland League outfit Darvel sprang Scottish Cup surprise against League Two side Stranraer in Saturday's second-round tie.
This week Dougie is at St Abbs to see the seals and their cubs. Euan investigates problems with open water salmon farms and Arlene discovers Lesley Riddoch’s passion for utting.
In this episode, Dougie celebrates the 250th anniversary of literary great and Borders boy Sir Walter Scott. Meanwhile, Arlene meets modern day farmer and writer Patrick Laurie.
Scotland's countryside magazine. Dougie and the team meet the young people who will steer the future of Scotland'scountryside - the young farmers, crofters, conservationists and rural craftspeople.
Scotland's countryside magazine. Dougie is at the autumn sales in Lairg for a Landward special all about sheep. Meanwhile, JJ gets a crash course in sheep psychology.
A74(M) Dumfries And Galloway northbound severe accident, from J18 for B723 to J17 for B7068.
A74(M) Dumfries And Galloway - A74(M) in Dumfries and Galloway partially blocked northbound from J18, B723 (Lockerbie South) to J17, B7068 (Lockerbie North), because of an accident. Traffic is coping well.
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