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0101 20081110 Kilmartin Glen in Argyll is the location for the first in a new series featuring walks through five of Scotland's richest historical landscapes.
In prehistoric times, Kilmartin was home to a thriving prehistoric community and the monuments they created still dominate the glen.
Burial cairns, stone circles, rock art and standing stones tell the story of these ancient people, and can be explored on foot in a day.
0102 20081117 Dunfermline is the location for a walk in the footsteps of one of Scotland's most famous historic couples - King Malcolm III and his wife St Margaret.
Presented by Neil Oliver.
0103 20081124 Cambuskenneth is the location for a walk telling the story of the Wars of Independence.
The ruined abbey at Cambuskenneth is the location for a walk telling the story of Scotland's Wars of Independence and the characters who shaped this period of history.
0104 2008120120081207Neil Oliver tells the story of Finlaggan on Islay.
Neil Oliver tells the story of Finlaggan on Islay, once the ceremonial and administrative centre for the great Lordship of the Isles.
0105 LAST 2008120820081214Neil Oliver tells the story of Mary Queen of Scots' Edinburgh years in a walk from Holyroodhouse up the Royal Mile to the Castle.
Neil Oliver tells the story of Mary Queen of Scots' six eventful years in Edinburgh.
0201Dunkeld2009110920100830In the first of a new series of walks through Scotland's richest historical landscapes, Neil Oliver transports us to Dunkeld.
Today, it's a tranquil Perthshire village, but in 1689, it was the site of a violent, desperate battle which was to prove pivotal in determining the path of Scottish history.
An MP3 downloadable audioguide and map for this walk can be found by visiting www.bbc.co.uk/radioscotland.
Neil Oliver visits Dunkeld, which in 1689 was the site of a violent, desperate battle.
A new series of walks through historical landscapes.
Neil Oliver visits Dunkeld, a tranquil Perthshire village which in 1689 was the site of a violent, desperate battle.
0201Dunkeld   
0201Dunkeld20091109 In the first of a new series of walks through Scotland's richest historical landscapes, Neil Oliver transports us to Dunkeld. Today, it's a tranquil Perthshire village, but in 1689, it was the site of a violent, desperate battle which was to prove pivotal in determining the path of Scottish history.
An MP3 downloadable audioguide and map for this walk can be found by visiting www.bbc.co.uk/radioscotland.
0201Dunkeld20091109  
0202Stirling2009111620100831Neil Oliver describes a series of walks through Scotland's richest historical landscapes.
This week, take a trip back to the early years of the 18th century - when in a space of less than ten years, some of the most dramatic events of Scotland's history took place.
And Neil's hometown of Stirling had its part to play in them.
An MP3 downloadable audioguide and map for this walk can be found by visiting www.bbc.co.uk/radioscotland.
Take a trip back to Stirling in the early 18th century with Neil Oliver.
A series of walks through historical landscapes.
Neil Oliver returns to his hometown of Stirling, where some of the most dramatic events in Scottish history took place in the 1700s.
Neil Oliver returns to his hometown of Stirling.
0202Stirling   
0202Stirling20091116 Neil Oliver describes a series of walks through Scotland's richest historical landscapes. This week, take a trip back to the early years of the 18th century - when in a space of less than ten years, some of the most dramatic events of Scotland's history took place. And Neil's hometown of Stirling had its part to play in them.
An MP3 downloadable audioguide and map for this walk can be found by visiting www.bbc.co.uk/radioscotland.
0202Stirling20091116  
0203 20091123 Eighteenth century 'Tobacco Lord' Glasgow is brought vividly to life on a walk with Neil Oliver and three historical experts.
18th century Glasgow and its tobacco fortune is explored with Neil Oliver.
0203 20091129 Eighteenth century 'Tobacco Lord' Glasgow is brought vividly to life on a walk with Neil Oliver and three historical experts.
18th century Glasgow and its tobacco fortune is explored with Neil Oliver.
0203 20091123 Eighteenth century 'Tobacco Lord' Glasgow is brought vividly to life on a walk with Neil Oliver and three historical experts.
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0203 2009112320091129 (RS)18th century Glasgow and its tobacco fortune is explored with Neil Oliver.
0203 20091123  
0204Skye2009113020100901Neil Oliver narrates walks through Scotland's richest historical landscapes.
This week, the destination is Glendale on Skye, where in the 19th century, action taken by a handful of determined crofters led to land reforms which changed the course of Highland history.
Neil Oliver visits Glendale on Skye, where 19th century crofters changed Highland history.
Neil Oliver visits Glendale on Skye, where action taken by a handful of determined 19th century crofters led to land reforms that changed the course of Highland history.
0204Skye   
0204Skye20091130 Neil Oliver narrates walks through Scotland's richest historical landscapes. This week, the destination is Glendale on Skye, where in the 19th century, action taken by a handful of determined crofters led to land reforms which changed the course of Highland history.
0204Skye20091130  
0205 LASTDundee2009120720100902This final walk around Scotland's historical landscapes visits the Blackness Industrial Estate in Dundee - an area whose fate is inextricably tied to the fortunes of the city's jute trade.
Historians and local residents reveal how Blackness has changed over the past century, and discuss the lasting impact of jute on the Dundee you see today.
With Neil Oliver.
Neil Oliver narrates a walk around industrial Dundee.
The final walk around Scotland's historical landscapes visits Blackness Industrial Estate in Dundee, an area inextricably tied to the fortunes of the city's jute trade.
The final walk visits Blackness Industrial Estate in Dundee.
0205 LASTDundee20091207 This final walk around Scotland's historical landscapes visits the Blackness Industrial Estate in Dundee - an area whose fate is inextricably tied to the fortunes of the city's jute trade. Historians and local residents reveal how Blackness has changed over the past century, and discuss the lasting impact of jute on the Dundee you see today. With Neil Oliver.
0205 LASTDundee20091207  

Duration

  • 30 Minutes

Genre

  • Genre: History, Factual
  • Factual
  • History

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