A man searches for ancient, sacred, huge, impressive yew trees in Southern Scotland, and wonders why they are so revered
A man investigates what potentially could be the first Christian site in Scotland and finds the oldest Christian relic ... all signalling the beginning of the end for ancient Paganism.
On Friday 17th August Mark met with Craig and Becci Speers and their family to trace the family roots of her Armstrong family.
They now reside in Southport and were keen to find out how their family ended up in that area.
A man investigates the large above and underground cave system at Grahamslaw in the Scottish Borders, then foolishly imagines this as the start of some kind of American style TV series.
A man films the outline of Trimontium Roman Fort near Melrose during the drought conditions of 2018 with real dramatic results.
A mans childish obsession with finding caves and singing about them continues.
A man searches for Wallace sites in the Scottish Borderlands including Wallace's trench and a possible resting place for his remains.
A man investigates the battle of Otterburn from 1388. Tracing the footsteps of James Douglas and makes a rather macabre discovery
Bourjo, Bourjo, Bourjo, Bourjo, Bourjo, Bourjo, Bourjo, Bourjo, Bourjo, Bourjo etc
What does it mean????
A man investigates the murder , in 1685, of a Covenanter based soley on his religion amid the stunning scenery of Tweedsmuir and the Scottish Borderlands.