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The jute industry brought Dundee great prosperity and a huge population explosion in the early part of the 20th... Listen now: A walk around... Dundee
For most of the 19th Century, the crofters of Glendale were forced to live in dire circumstances by landlords who... Listen now: A walk around... Glendale
A roaring trade with the Americans and Europeans helped transform Glasgow from a nondescript, small town into a... Listen now: A walk around... Glasgow
By 1715, the Act of Union with England, enacted eight years earlier, had failed to yield any noticeable benefits for... Listen now: A walk around... Stirling Castle
Few battles changed the course of Scottish history as the Battle of Dunkeld did in 1689. Find out how and why it... Listen now: A walk around... Dunkeld
Mary Queen of Scots left a trail of riots, affairs and murders in her wake - join Neil Oliver to follow that trail. Listen now: A walk around... Edinburgh
Join Neil Oliver as he searches out the Lords of the Isles at Finlaggan Listen now: A walk around... Finlaggan
Neil Oliver takes a journey through Stirling, the historic heartland of Scotland, in the company of experts Richard... Listen now: A walk around... Stirling
Join Neil Oliver and a team of experts as they tour Dunfermline in Fife, one of the best surviving medieval... Listen now: A walk around... Dunfermline
Take a walk around Kilmartin Glen in Argyll with Neil Oliver and guests, and explore its standing stones and ancient... Listen now: A walk around... Kilmartin Glen