Hardeep Singh Kholi traces the history of the border country between England and Scotland.


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01 20081214Hardeep Singh Kholi traces the history of the border country between England and Scotland.
Scottish devolution and the promise of a referendum on independence has brought renewed attention to the borderline.
Beginning at its most easterly point just north of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hardeep meets those who live and work on both sides of the border, including politicians, walkers, cooks and football supporters to explore the area's history and countryside.
0120080922 Scottish devolution and the promise of a referendum on independence has brought renewed attention to the borderline.
Beginning at its most easterly point just north of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Hardeep meets those who live and work on both sides of the border, including politicians, walkers, cooks and football supporters to explore the area's history and countryside.
02 LAST20080929 Beginning the second leg of his journey at Liddesdale in the County of Roxburgh and ending at Gretna in the west, Hardeep explores the history of the area.
Also, at a time when Scottish devolution and the promise of a referendum on independence has brought renewed attention to the borderline, he hears the views of those who live there, including the politician Lord Steel and the broadcaster Eric Robson.
02 LAST 20081221Hardeep travels from Liddesdale to Gretna, and meets border resident Lord Steel.
Hardeep Singh Kholi traces the history of the border country between England and Scotland.
Beginning the second leg of his journey at Liddesdale in the County of Roxburgh and ending at Gretna in the west, Hardeep explores the history of the area.
Also, at a time when Scottish devolution and the promise of a referendum on independence has brought renewed attention to the borderline, he hears the views of those who live there, including the politician Lord Steel and the broadcaster Eric Robson.

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