Starting from Loch Spey, we pick up the River Spey as it runs down to
Aviemore. Under the shadows of the Cairngorms we then head towards Grantown
on Spey following the whisky trail, up through Strathspey on to Fochabers
and the river's estuary at Spey Bay.
This journey takes us along the River Forth, from the top of Ben Lomond down
towards Loch Katrine and Loch Lomond. From there we hop over to Aberfoyle
and the Lake of Menteith stopping at Stirling and Kincardine on the way out
to the icon Forth Bridges. We take in some of Scotland's most popular
tourist attractions such as Inchmahome where Mary Queen of Scots was kept as
a child, The Wallace Monument and The Pineapple House. Scotland the Land is
a fascinating series bringing us stunning aerial views of some of Scotland's
most famous rivers and the treasured landscapes they run through.
In this program we take in the sights along the River Tay, from the top of
Ben Lui down into Glen Lochy, across the length of Loch Tay itself and
exploring Perth and Crianlarich along the way before reaching the estuary at
the Firth of Tay. Scotland the Land is a fascinating series bringing us
stunning aerial views of some of Scotland's most famous rivers and the
treasured landscapes they run through.
Between source and sea, the Dee drops 4300 feet, the greatest fall from
source of any river in the UK. In this remarkable program we follow its
course as it charts its way from its birthplace in the magnificent
Cairngorms down through Braemar and Royal Deeside towards Aboyne, Banchory
and Aberdeen where it meets the North Sea.
The Great Glen
This beautiful journey through the Great Glen takes us from Loch Levin up to
Fort William, through the Caledonian Canal and towards Fort Augustus. From
there we travel along Loch Ness, stopping at Inverness before heading out to
Culloden and the end of our journey at Fort George.
This fascinating program takes us on a journey following the course of the
River Tweed. Starting at its source from The Tweed's Well and following its
progress down towards Peebles and the borders. From there we double back
taking in the sights along the Yarrow Water stopping at Selkirk and Kelso,
before reaching the mouth of the river at Berwick Upon Tweed. With
breathtaking aerial views of the river as it journeys from its spectacular
moor land birthplace by the Devil's Beeftub we take in many of Scotland's
important landmarks such as Melrose Abbey, Stobo Castle, Newark Castle and
the birthplace of writer James Hogg, also known as the Ettrick Shepherd.