A man walks from Galashiels to Clovenfords via the forgotten Blindlee Tower and mysterious Meigle Pots. Also features a clip from “Am no a Grass”  

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

Dobies Grave – A pipers resting place Remote, ancient, mysterious graves of unknown pipers are scattered across the Border Hills, from Galashiels to Innerleithen to Ednam. What are the legends behind these graves? What is the connection between them? And most importantly…what is the truth? We try to find out……   Researched, Written and Presented by Mark Nicol Filmed & Edited by Stuart Wilson A “Discover Scottish Borders” Production Music

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 walks along the legemdary Catrail or Picts Ditch Earthwork from the great and uncharted Rink Fort near Galashiels to Torwoodlee Broch

A man goes in search of the legendary “Wallace’s Putting Stone” at the summit of Meigle Hill in Galashiels. Reputedly thrown at the English army by William Wallace.

A man takes us on the emotional roller coaster of a journey that is spotting otters in the Scottish Borders.  

A man spots otters and peregrine falcons while out walking in Galashiels

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.  

We think a lot more could be done to promote the area for wildlife tourism. Thousands flock to the Highlands each year in the vain hope of seeing a wildcat or golden eagle. Come to the Borders and you are almost guaranteed seeing the species on this short film…