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The National Trust for Scotland takes visitors off the beaten track to explore the geology and wildlife in Glen Coe.
Billy Connolly helped to launch a vessel on behalf of the charity Able2Sail.
The Search and Rescue Dog Association (SARDA) held its annual assessment weekend for 2008 in a snowy Glen Coe
Peter Fraser talks about his work as a gamekeeper on Invercauld Estate near Braemar
The first major snowfall of 2008 meant that three of the Scottish ski areas were able to open for the first time that winter.
With plans afoot to reintroduce moose, beavers, wolves and bears to Scotland, Natasha Stillwell goes in search of their Canadian cousins.
Kite surfing is the latest exciting sport to take off in Scotland.
Contestants in a race at Loch Ness test a new repellent to combat the notorious Highland midge.
The coldest event in the surfing calendar is the O'Neill Highland Open, held in Thurso on the north coast of Scotland.
Tom visits Glen Affric in the central Highlands of Scotland to discover how such an expanse of remote land is managed. Originally broadcast by stv in...
In this final segment, Tom learns more about how changes in modern society have altered Glen Affric.
In this classic episode, Tom Weir visits Benbecula: where Bonnie Prince Charlie fled after Culloden in 1746.
Tom Weir talks to Dr Alasdair Maclean about the Prince and Flora MacDonald.
In this final, part Tom Weir finds out about the life and death of Flora MacDonald.
Tom explores the Balmoral estate with the aid of Martin Leslie, the resident Factor, expanding on the history and legend of Balmoral.
Weir's Way takes a look at Balmoral's most famous resident, Queen Victoria.
Tom takes a drink from the Falls of Pannanich and explores Ballater in the final leg of his journey in Royal Deeside.
Through the Jacobite lands of the west, Tom Weir locates the point where Bonnie Prince Charlie fled from Scotland.
Tom continues along the West Highland Railway, through Glen Finnan heading West.
Tom outlines the rail system employed on the West Highland Line between Arisaig and Morar.