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For the Love of Scotland is a podcast series from conservation charity, the National Trust for Scotland. From coastlines to castles, art to architecture, wildlife to wilderness, the National Trust for Scotland cares for and protects some of Scotland's most significant places and spaces, allowing them to be enjoyed today while protecting them for future generations. Hosted by former BBC Reporting Scotland anchor Jackie Bird, each episode will tell some of the thrilling stories behind the Trus ...
 
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In this episode, our host Jackie Bird is in Edinburgh at one of the oldest buildings on the Royal Mile. Gladstone's Land is a six-storey tenement and has been a fixture on the Lawnmarket for 500 years. In this episode, Jackie travels through time, from the 16th Century to present day, with Dr Kate Stephenson to learn about the real-life stories of …
 
1 May marks a milestone birthday for the National Trust for Scotland. Founded in 1931, the charity has been safeguarding natural and built heritage across Scotland for 90 years. In this episode, Jackie is joined by Phil Long, the Chief Executive of the charity.For the love of Scotland podcast による
 
Every year, seabirds gather in their millions across Scotland after migrating from across the globe, and their arrival can signal the first signs of spring. In this episode, NTS Rangers Ciaran Hatsell and Emily Wilkins join Jackie Bird to talk about two great wildlife spectacles.For the love of Scotland podcast による
 
A new alliance of organisations is working together to find out how we best react to the impact of climate change and safeguard the Scotland we love. In this episode, Jackie speaks to Stuart Brooks, the National Trust for Scotland’s Head of Conservation and Policy and co-chair of Scotland’s Landscape Alliance about the alliance's work and hopes for…
 
Tenement House is a time capsule of life in early 20th century Glasgow. In this episode, Jackie Bird meets Ana Sanchez, who cares for the Tenement House. Ana tells Jackie about the fascinating women who lived in the flat, including Miss Agnes Toward who was among the first generation of independent women.…
 
In this episode, Scott McCombie, Senior Ranger at Glencoe National Nature Reserve, takes us through the events leading up to the Glencoe Massacre of 1692, a poignant and tragic chapter in Scotland's history. Derek Alexander, the Trust's head of Archaeology also joins Jackie to talk about a project to recreate a Turf House that would have existed at…
 
​National Trust for Scotland locations have welcomed many film and tv productions, from music videos, documentaries and photo shoots to international drama series and feature films. In this episode, Jackie is joined by Anna Rathband, the National Trust for Scotland's Film Manager who chats about the importance of film tourism.…
 
They might look beautiful, but some non-native plant species can be extremely damaging to our natural ecosystems. Jackie is joined by Rob Dewar, the Trust's Natural Heritage Adviser, who talks about Wipeout - a project to eradicate invasive plant species across Scotland.For the love of Scotland podcast による
 
Helen Cole, Property Manger at Ben Lawers, has spent 30 years caring for the National Nature Reserve. In this episode, she talks to Jackie about the huge increase in footfall on Scotland's upland paths during Covid 19 and how visitors can do their bit to protect our wild spaces.For the love of Scotland podcast による
 
Jackie Bird is joined by Jennifer Melville, as the Trust embarks on a new project that will explore the role that the slave trade has played in the histories of Scotland and some of the Trust’s most-loved properties.For the love of Scotland podcast による
 
On the 90th anniversary of the evacuation of St Kilda, the Trust's Western Isles Manager Susan Bain, tells Jackie Bird why Scotland should be extremely proud of this archipelago and how it came to be uninhabited on 29 August 1930. This podcast features music by Garefowl - Cumha Hirteach (Cliffs) is a reinterpretation of a traditional St Kildan folk…
 
19 August 2020 marks the 275th anniversary of the Raising of the Jacobite Standard by Charles Edward Stuart at Glenfinnan. Professor Murray Pittock, Trustee and history advisor to the National Trust for Scotland, takes Jackie Bird through this hugely important moment in Scotland's history.For the love of Scotland podcast による
 
Jackie Bird is joined by Trust supporter and endurance athlete Mark Beaumont, who talks about some of his favourite places in Scotland and why it's important that they're looked after for future generations to experience and enjoy.For the love of Scotland podcast による
 
Raoul Curtis-Machin, Operations Manager at Culloden, talks to Jackie Bird about the story of Britain's last pitched battle and the findings of the National Trust for Scotland's Culloden 300 consultation.For the love of Scotland podcast による
 
Jeff Waddell, the National Trust for Scotland's environmental expert takes Jackie Bird on a tour of some of Scotland's most beautiful walking routes and shares the vital work to protect and conserve the country's natural heritage.For the love of Scotland podcast による
 
The Twenty Sixth: "Resurrection". After a short break of one year, we're back. This time around there's no songs, no jingles, no social networking, all of it put to one side to make way for even more of our "unique" brand of "comedy" banter. After a year of heavy research we've enough material at the very least to celebrate St. Andrew and his prett…
 
The Twenty Fifth: "Bushmonkey". 'This is it', as they famously say. After an honest fortnight's break comes our Quarter of a Century Episode, and to celebrate we take you painstakingly through a 12-part quiz (well, 12-ish anyway) on how our pointless little show has changed the world since it was yanked screaming from a womb barren, oh so barren of…
 
Naw, because we're back from our break and (provided I can bend Alan's arm enough tonight) we should be recording the new episode of the podcast on Tuesday. Mark my word, it'll be our best yet. When I say "mark my word" though, that actually means "totally ignore me as I'm talking nonsense". Why not have a final listen to the 24th in the meantime. …
 
The Twenty Fourth: "Rats". As we wind down our first full day in cyberspace (OK, so that's sweeping to one side the fact that most of our shows last less than an hour, so really, even though this is the 24th episode, there's not been 24 hours worth of material, certainly not comedy material anyway, and also the fact that for each of these 24 episod…
 
The Twenty Third: "Eurotripped". We're back refreshed from a non-earned break, that is, a break that wasn't earned, and to drill home the point we've come up with our first show for a while lasting more than an hour. Yup, that's one full hour of pure, unadulterated comedy. You'll find it packed to the nines with Alan's important lessons from his tr…
 
The Twenty Second: "Rosie". With the greatest of thanks to Audacity, that most wizard of editing tools, and to Our Rosie, the winner of our last competition to whom this show is now dedicated (and who's definitely better than a convicted murderer), comes a brandly spanktuous new episode of this most tragic of podcasts. We wonder this time at the bo…
 
The Twenty First: "Mooning". Sorry about the late show due to the Springsteen and subsequent swine flu, but you can rest assured that this one was worth the wait. In our longest show for a while, we lament the passing of a national hero, review the new Frank Bruno Movie, the audio-described Transformers: Revenge of the Falling Earth Movie, the Herm…
 
The Twentieth: "Lionel". To be honest, it was supposed to be called "Michael", but you'll soon see why that wouldn't have been entirely appropriate. In our first landmark show we cycle furiously through our place in the history of iTunes, our thoughts on Wacko Jacko, Farrah Fawcett and Not Dead Goldbloom, and come to rest in Wimbledon & the coronat…
 
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