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10/03/2017

Scientist and adventurer Dr Raeanne Miller tells Fiona Stalker about her recent all-female trip to the Antarctic and why more girls should be interested in science.

Scientist and adventurer Dr Raeanne Miller talks to Fiona about her recent all-female trip to the Antarctic and why more girls should be interested in science.

Fiona went to Edinburgh Zoo to find out about the penguins that are picking a mate.

Out of Doors presenter Mark Stephen recently went up the 150ft high Titan Crane at Clydebank with two of the guides.

We hear from Ryan MacDonald about Disabled Access Day and what we can expect from the weekend of events.

Singer, songwriter and story teller Grace Banks joins Fiona in the car park to talk about her new CD for children Songs From The Woods.

Gardening supreme Carole Baxter is in the studio and this week we're chatting all things roses.

Reporter Emily Esson went along to the Grampian Flyers Wheel Chair Basketball Team and found out about their training from coach Grant Wilson.

We hear from Gwen Raes from Woodland Trust Scotland about a community planting day at Glenfinglas in the Trossachs this Saturday.

Reporter Claire White went to the St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art in Glasgow and was given a tour by Laura Bauld.

The Scottish Outdoor Pursuits show is coming to Glasgow this weekend and we hear what's in store from event director Tom Lovering.

1 hour, 55 minutes

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Fri 10 Mar 2017 14:00

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