Dougie meets the scientists behind the most exciting dinosaur fossil find in decades. Huge footprints found on Skye are expected to shed more light on the mid-Jurassic period of history. To find out more about the find visit BBC Earth - http://www.bbc.com/earth/bespoke/story/journey-to-jurassic-island/index.html
Sarah finds out how Drone technology is being used on farms. The small, remotely controlled devices are ideal for inspecting crops.
Guest presenter, Martel Maxwell meets the potato grower who is selling his tatties through vending machine in shopping centres.
Farm tenancy changes
Euan examines the proposals before the Scottish Parliament to reform the system of tenancies. It’s a controversial subject with some landowners currently unwilling to enter in to tenancies for fear that tenants may be given a right to buy.
Female Farmer portraits
Sarah meet photographer, Sophie Gerrard, who has spent the last three years travelling the length and breadth of the country taking photographs of Scotland’s women farmers. “Drawn to the Land” is currently on display at the National Portrait gallery in Edinburgh.
|Executive Producer||Rachel Bell|
|Executive Producer||David Harron|
|Series Producer||Simon Cousins|