Scotland's cuisine and whisky are renown throughout the world, for different reasons. In this episode, Sam and Graham explore the world's finest whisky and dishes like Haggis.
Sam and Graham explore both classic and modern Scottish sport as they take on everything from lifting stones and throwing the Highland Games Hammer, to golfing and rugby.
Scottish music and dance play an integral role in the culture. Sam and Graham set out to meet the artists who continue its tradition.
Deep belief and reverence for the supernatural characterize the culture of the Scottish Highlands. Sam and Graham take a deep dive into old superstitions and witch trials.
Sam and Graham will roll their sleeves up and take part in some of the ancient rituals of craft, language and storytelling that have shaped Scottish culture.
This episode lets Sam and Graham share (and show off) Scotland's rolling hills, epic mountain ranges and jagged shorelines, natural wonders sure to make any viewer's jaw drop.
Scotland's feudal clan system defined the country and still plays a massive role in its culture. Sam and Graham set out to discover how they fit into a system forged in war and peace.
No moment in Scottish history shaped the country more than the Battle of Culloden. In the final episode, Sam and Graham discover how a single hour on the battlefield changed a nation.