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The discovery challenges the belied that no-one had ever lived on the St Kildan island of Boreray.
The famous Lewis Chessmen have been the subject of mystery and controversy since they were found on a beach 180 years ago
The famous chapel – star of the Da Vinci Code – has revealed yet another secret, but no more answers
Scotland on TV finds out how we now understand much more about the Battle of Culloden thanks to innovative archaeological research.
Craig Ferguson is the 'Dirt Detective', an archaelogical missionary in search of answers about the Orcadian community on Skara Brae.
Craig Ferguson follows the Doc's advice and visits Norrie Sclater, custodian of one of the finest neolithic burial chambers in Western Europe.
This episode reaches its conclusion as Craig Ferguson discovers the secrets of the 'Tomb of the Eagles'.
In this episode, Craig Ferguson uncovers the dark history of the monks of Paisley Abbey. Originally broadcast by stv in 1993.
With the help of a dowser, Craig Ferguson attempts to locate the drains which may hold the remains of the Stuart dynasty.
With the aid of Glasgow University's Botany Department, Craig Ferguson, our 'Dirt Detective', uncovers more facts about the monks of Paisley Abbey.
Craig Ferguson returns as the Dirt Detective, in search of some of Scotland's oldest art, courtesy of the mysterious Picts.
In this second part, Craig Ferguson looks at the Pict art and, with the help of anthropologists, tries to uncover the Pict customs and way of life.
In this final segment, Craig Ferguson visits a site in Glamis with a Pictish stone which dates back to the 8th Century.
Craig Ferguson investigates the Romans in Scotland, beginning at Antonine Wall - a huge ditch stretching from the Clyde to the Forth.
Craig Ferguson teams up with archaeologists at a Roman site in Inveresk, near Edinburgh.
Craig Ferguson visits a Roman bath house in Glasgow's Bearsden before re-joining the big dig at Inveresk.
In this episode, Craig Ferguson meets those individuals commited to preserving Scotland's modern industrial history - from the pit bings of Lothian to...
In this second segment, Craig Ferguson travels to Wanlockhead to discover why the locals are so interested in preserving their mining heritage.
Scottish historian David Ross demonstrates how different weapons were used, often barbarically, in Scottish History.
The National Museum of Scotland host this exclusive celebration of Scottish silversmithing, spanning seven centuries.