Nicki Chapman catches up with the Cummings family, who sampled life in New Plymouth.
Nicholas Crane looks at how Timothy Pont set off to survey Scotland in 1583.
The team investigates just what it means to be an island people.
Neil Oliver looks at 20th-century Scotland.
How in the 18th century Scotland was transformed into one of the richest nations on Earth.
The story of how Scotland and England came together in 1707 to form Great Britain.
The story of the National Covenant of 1638 - a document that led to the Civil War.
Neil Oliver explores the role the church played in promoting the cause of Robert Bruce.
Neil Oliver reveals the story behind the infamous Highland/Lowland divide.
Bargain Hunt visits Scotland as two pairs of teams scoop up some brilliant bargains.
Coast journeys around the stunning Western Isles and to the northern outpost of Shetland.
Neil Oliver charts the story of the two men who helped transform Alba into Scotland.
In Lochaber, Matt Baker goes on the greatest railway journey in the world.
A unique insight into how the Furness Peninsula has been shaped by nature and man.
Actor Martin Shaw talks about the new series of Inspector George Gently.
Oscar-winning actress Emma Thompson joins Matt Baker and Alex Jones.
A portrait of the beauty and surprising wildlife of Scotland's Cairngorms National Park.
The life of adventurer Hugh Munro, who climbed and listed the high peaks of Scotland.
Joe Crowley travels west from the mainland of Scotland to the Isle of Islay.
Adam Henson and Ellie Harrison discover the rugged beauty of Northumberland.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison head to Scotland to explore Loch Etive.
Timothy and Shane encounter several Scottish ports and islands in the misty drizzle.
Newsreel archive creates a portrait of the Scottish Highlands region and its people.
Traveller Donald Stewart tries to defend his family from an alleged racist attack.
The Stewarts are Scottish Travellers, proudly maintaining their traditional lifestyle.
Jonnie Irwin and Jane Farnham help a couple with 365,000 pounds find a home in Scotland.
Alistair Appleton dons a kilt as he goes property-hunting in the Scottish Borders.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit homes in Cornwall, Dorset and Scotland.
Wildfowl enthusiasts insist their dream home must have at least five naturally fed ponds.
Highlights include the classic Carrickfergus sung by American star Alison Moorer.
In Aberdeenshire Si and Dave mill oats and pick up some prime cuts of Aberdeen Angus.
Rory Bremner asks if the Scottish soldier's loyalty to Queen and country is running out?
Owen Sheers visits the Orkneys to explore George Mackay Brown's poem Hamnavoe.
Nicholas Crane discovers evidence of a giant tsunami that reshaped the Shetland coast.