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Tom Roberts, known around the world as the ‘horse whisperer’, speaks to The Hour about working with Zippos Circus.
The Hour continues its search for outstanding landladies and today visits the whisky island of Islay and Margaret Rozga’s Kilmeny Hotel.
We meet Patsy Macaskill, who has been running her B&B, Sharvedda, for over 20 years.
Fresh from their foraging trips in the countryside, Fiona Houston and Xa Milne return to demonstrate the abundance of food along Scotland’s coasts.
Lynne Brown works as a secretary in an office by day and runs her own tattoo and piercing studio by night.
Mary Anderson starts off her day by working the breakfast shift at McDonald’s and by the afternoon turns into a world champion power lifter.
Don’t let their name fool you; the Troon Tortoises are a force to be reckoned with. A running club with none of the usual pretensions and peacocking associated with fitness clubs, the Tortoises actively encourage people of all abilities and ages to participate.
The Ayrshire Age Concern Group meet regularly and provide a place where people can socialise; and now a place where they can exercise too.
While life may not begin at 70, it certainly does not need to end there. Pensioner Maeve Paterson undertook a challenge that not only defied her years but proved that age need be no barrier in the pursuit of a dream.
Head Keeper of carnivores at Blair Drummond Safari Park Brian Reid agreed to take STV’s five thirty show through his daily routine.
Countryside ranger Willie is just one of many who work in Rothiemurchus estate and he explained the role of a ranger.
Laird of Rothiemurchus estate, Johnny Grant, has introduced a range of outdoors activities in order to ensure the park’s survival.
The Rothiemurchus Estate is situated in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park; an ancient place that has been inhabited, in one form or another, for over 5,000 years.
Blair Drummond Safari Park has re-opened for the summer season and head keeper Carolyn provides an insight into the Pets Corner, which is home to a variety of animals including meerkats, penguins and bears.
Chris gets up close to the flanks of armoured rhinos, he gazes up at the giraffes tonguing the trees. Chris knows how many stripes the zebras have and has stared into the elephants’ great lake-like eyes.
Find out how it all went when Scone palace was the setting of a dinner fit for a king, but cooked by kids from Perth High School.
To prepare for a five star dinner that will feed sixty gala guests at Scone Palace, a home economics class from Perth go to Scotland's top hotel Gleneagles to learn from the best.
A school home economics class take on a cooking challenge which would test the best of chefs.