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Alice Morrison, Stonestacking, Fairy Doors

Cat chats to adventurer Alice Morrison about her recent expedition - walking the Draa River in Morocco.

Cat chats to adventurer Alice Morrison about her recent expedition; walking the Draa River in Morocco, to investigate how water shortages will affect the world in the coming years.

Deep sea diver Chris Lemons ended up stranded at the bottom of the North Sea after a computing error left him with only 5 minutes of oxygen. He chats to Karen MacKenzie about the experience, and how it feels to be the subject of a new film, Last Breath.

Cat tries her hand at the unusual art of stonestacking, ahead of the European Championships next weekend, but did she stand up to the task?

We hear about a man from Alford who is building his own boat and will later attempt to cross the Atlantic in it…

And continuing the water theme, Karen MacKenzie has been finding out how to get more women involved in sailing.

We hear about a new exhibition in Edinburgh, investigating the Past Lives of Leith.

And Helen Needham gets a taste of the fantastical as she goes for a walk along a fairy trail in Aberdeen.

1 hour, 55 minutes

Music Played

  • The Darkness

    I Believe In A Thing Called Love

    • The Darkness - Permission To Land.
    • Atlantic.
  • Dolly Parton

    9 to 5

    • 16 Biggest Hits.
    • Legacy.
    • 002.
  • Madonna

    Beautiful Stranger

    • Madonna - Greatest Hits Volume 2.
    • Maverick.
    • 13.
  • Edwyn Collins

    A Girl Like You

    • The All Time Greatest Movie Songs.
    • Columbia/Sony Tv.
  • Squeeze

    Cool For Cats

    • Fantastic 70's (Various Artists).
    • Sony Tv/Columbia.
  • The Divine Comedy

    Something For The Weekend

    • Fresh Hits 96 (Various Artists).
    • Sony Music TV.

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