The team celebrate Scotland's diverse and beautiful landscapes. Dougie is at a spectacular hill fort in Aberdeenshire where a team of archaeologists have recently made a discovery that completely rewrites the history of Scotland's landscape.
In a spring special, Dougie is on the hunt for signs of the season with nature writer Jim Crumley, while Arlene helps out some Edinburgh toads that are on the move for love. Crofter and musician Colin Macleod is busy lambing, and it's the season to cook al fresco again as Dougie and Nick cook teriyaki kebabs.
Dougie is in the woods of Glen Finglas discovering why the Scottish bluebell is so precious, while Arlene is at Balmoral to find out about the sickness that struck the Queen's highland ponies.
Dougie visits Portsoy in Aberdeenshire to find out more about this 2021's Scottish Traditional Boat Festival and takes a trip on a 1960s fishing boat with a colourful history.
Dougie goes in search of lost lochs in Moray, Anne picks her own beautiful bouquet while finding out the environmental benefits of British-grown flowers, and Arlene explores how the mountain biking scene can be more diverse. Plus, learn more about the vast new market for one of Scotland's most traditional crops, oats.
Dougie is on the road touring in his campervan finding out how the staycation summer affected parts of rural Scotland. He visits a motorhome stopover in Aberdeenshire, one of many that have sprung up across the country this year.
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