A man investigates the brutal witch hunts carried out in the Scottish Borders in the 1500s. A period in history which has largely been swept under the carpet.

A man notices a similarity between 2 statues in Galashiels and Carlisle. And then goes on the trail of the most notorious of the Border Reivers, Johnnie Armstrong.

Our recent trail follows some of the footsteps of the legend of King Arthur and the Wizard Merlin and their relation to the area that became known as the Scottish Borders.

A man talks about the life of Scotlands fiercest ever warrior the Black Douglas. Also the site of ancient Scottish fortress Roxburgh Castle is investigated

A man dreams of forgotten Scottish Borders castles, in Selkirk and on the cliffs of Berwickshire ….. but are they real??

We follow the path of the Catrail, this time in a Southerly direction. We make a vital distinction of how this man made ditch has played an influence on modern day culture in the Scottish Borders

Our recent trail follows some of the footsteps of the legend of King Arthur and the Wizard Merlin and their relation to the area that became known as the Scottish Borders. We are sure you will be fascinated by our recent findings and their significance to our regional area that are not highly publicised or known by the residence of the Scottish Borders.

A man talks about the life of Scotlands fiercest ever warrior the Black Douglas. Also the site of ancient Scottish fortress Roxburgh Castle is investigated.

In this day and age the regional area of the Scottish Borders has large townships born out of the industrial revolution – but yet, there is no place that is recognised in the sleepy, hassle-less region to be a city. It may be strange to learn that there was once 2 cities within the Scottish Borders in the 13th and 14th centuries that were highly regarded as the centre of

A man investigates the brutal witch hunts carried out in the Scottish Borders in the 1500s. A period in history which has largely been swept under the carpet.