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A walk around... Scotland: Podcast series

Updated Sunday 26th October 2008

Follow Neil Oliver as he explores Scotland's history - either listen in, or pull on your boots and do the walks for yourself.

You can listen to the walks here. Or, better still, you can download them and take them with you on your mp3 player. Edited versions of these walks have also been broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland.

This series is now complete, so why not download the entire set? It’s easy, convenient and free.

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