Window on Scotland DVDs – enjoy the best of Scotland
Mountains of Scotland The Mountains of Scotland may not be the highest, but they are certainly among the worlds most beautiful. This best selling DVD was originally shown on Scottish TV and filmed using outstanding aerial photography. Six stunning 30 minute programmes all on one DVD. DVD (PAL & NTSC) Price £12.99(excluding p&p)
Islands of Scotland
Through six 30 minute journeys, marvel at the staggering beauty of Scotland's islands from the air. The latest aerial technology shows the islands in a dramatic new light, from some of the remotest islands in the UK to some that are within easy reach of Scotland's mainland cities. This stunning television series was originally produced by Scottish TV. DVD (PAL & NTSC) Price £12.99(excluding p&p)
The Old Course – St Andrews St Andrews has every right to call itself the home of golf. The game has been played for centuries at St Andrews on a course shaped by the forces of nature that transformed the dunes into unique and unusual shapes. Allowed
unique access, this programme explores the course, the people who run it, and visitors who flock from across the world to play on one of the world's most unpredictable courses. This fascinating documentary, written and presented by Tom Morton was first shown on Scottish TV.
DVD (PAL & NTSC) Price £12.99 SPECIAL PRICE £6.99 (excluding p&p)
Rivers of Scotland Rivers of Scotland will take you on a gentle journey following some of Scotland's most beautiful rivers. These winding water journeys take the viewer from the wild places where the mighty salmon spawn, past the distilleries that transform their liquid into the "Water of Life" to the towns and cities en route to the coast. Produced by Scottish TV and now released on DVD, this series of six programmes includes: The Tweed, The Spey, The Forth, The Dee, The Tay and The Great Glen. DVD (PAL only) Price £12.99(excluding p&p)
Tartan – Cloth of a Nation
No other country is so readily identified with its national dress as Scotland is with Tartan. Now for the first time on film, its histories and industries are placed on record. This presentation features two of the most respected figures in the industry. Jamie Scarlett, held as the worlds' greatest living scholar and historian of tartan and Brian Wilton, Director of Operations of the Scottish Tartans Authority in Scotland. Narrated by Jim McColl. DVD (PAL & NTSC) Price £12.99(excluding p&p)
Mountains of Scotland Islands of Scotland Rivers of Scotland
Tartan – Cloth of a Nation The Old Course – St Andrews
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The Female Specimen
Chiel,Fancy Thats,Wit And Wisdom 4
The Other Beautiful Game
The Bully Boy
Sounds Of Scotland
Tales The Woods Knew
The Immortal Tram
Where Icy Monsters Roam
Tea Urns And Singalongs
Dennis Hardley’s View Of The Month 24
Skirts And Bombs
The Land Of Barren Paths
The George Forbes Column,Time Capsule 35
Fleas And Bears
The Rules Of The Rope
Supernatural Scotland,Time Capsule 39
The Silver Bell
June In Bloom
The Mystery Of The Fourth Mary
Next month in Scottish Memories • Called To The Colours • The Road To Aviemore • The Unstoppable Charge • Suffer The Children • Firing The Kilns • Pride Of The Line
July issue on sale Thursday,June 22nd.
View Of The Month
In this issue the inside view is of Port El len
on Islay in the Inner Hebrides and it can be
seen on pages 24 and 25.