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An enduring Norse myth about a farm boy slaying a giant serpent, according to Carl Gustav Jung, reflects our own psychological battles with the fiercest monsters of them all - our egos.
Historian Ashley Cowie teams up with Iron Age specialist Iain Maclean seeking evidence of an ancient system of long distance communication between Caithness brochs.
Exploring the home and mind of Aleister Crowley, one of the most controversial and misunderstood psychonauts in modern history.
1200 years before The Outlawed King Robert the Bruce defended Scotland's liberty, a people's army led by a brave Caledonian hero raged against Rome's New World Order.
This is the story of how a ruined 19th century Scottish ice house was saved from destruction and became one the world's most highly awarded seafood restaurants.
An enduring myth about Scotland's Faerie Queen seducing a piper at a remote grassy hillock in Caithness is decoded revelling an ancient astronomical secret.