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Outdoor news from Shetland to the Borders, including the Asian-Italian buffalo roaming the fields of Orkney and the milk price cuts hitting dairy farmers.

The Asian-Italian buffalo roaming the fields of Orkney.

Euan McIlwraith hears from a Scottish dairy farmer being hit with yet another milk price cut as over-production forces prices down.

The story of the Shetland woman who was lost at sea for eight days and ended up in Norway.

Mark Stephen falls in love with an immaculate replica of a 19th Century steam train - and even persuades its owner to let him take it for a spin.

An exciting archaeological find at the Ness of Brodgar.

Paying tribute to the man who changed our understanding of one of Scotland's most spectacular seabirds.

Plus, dispelling myths about moths.

And pufflings on the Isle of May.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Sat 18 Jul 2015 06:30


  • Milk Prices

    We take another look at the trouble facing Britain's dairy farmers.

  • Affordable Housing

    Mark chats with Andrew Bradford of the Scottish Land and Estates housing committee

  • Dairy Processor

    We take another look at milk as Mark chats with Robert Graham of Graham's Dairy.

  • Buffalo

    We check up of the buffalo's being herded at Schoolhouse Farm in Durness

  • Ness of Brodgar

    Mark investigates the archaeological discovery right in the heart of Neolithic Orkney

  • Gannets

    Tom Brock remembers ornithologist Dr Bryan Nielsen an expert on gannets

  • Puffins

    Christopher Sleight visits the puffins on the Isle of May

  • Model Railway

    Mark met up with James Robertson from the Edinburgh Society of Model Engineers

  • Moths

    Yesterday was the official start of the Big Butterfly Count we hear how you can help.

  • Rewilding

    We take a closer look at the delicate task of rewilding animals in Scotland

  • Drift Theatre

    We hear about the latest art installation at


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