Join Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith for the latest outdoor activities, including an interview with the late conservationist Dick Balharry, recorded prior to his death.
Renowned conservationist Dick Balharry died this week aged 77. His death, from cancer, came just a few days after he received an award from the Royal Scottish Geographical Society for his services to conservation. In his last broadcast interview, Dick spoke to Mark Stephen about his early life, his vision for the uplands of Scotland and his passion for protecting a landscape he loved so dearly.
Also on the programme...
A bridge walk down the River Kelvin on a beautiful spring day.
The legend of the seven whistlers
And snorkelling off the coast of Arran.
Dick Balharry Interview
Interview with the late conservationist Dick Balharry shortly before his death.
Goldman Environmental Prize
Mark speaks to diver Howard Wood, winner of the award this year
Christopher Sleight meets Mike Hackney who wrote a guide to the River Kelvin bridges
What does birdsong tell us?
Coppersmith Richard Forsyth talks to Euan
Euan joined Colin Bird from the Seawatch Foundation as he scanned the Pentland Firth
Mark goes snorkelling with the founder of Coast Howard Wood in Lamlash Bay on Arran
- Sat 25 Apr 2015 06:30