Hardeep Singh Kohli completes his series exploring Scotland and its links to the Commonwealth.
Tonight, Hardeep celebrates Scots humour. A nation of storytellers and expert embellishers, the brilliant banter is appreciated the world over.
There's a direct link from contemporary stand-up back to the days of traditional Music Hall entertainment and Aussie comedian Ro Campbell introduces Hardeep to the former Britannia Music Hall in Glasgow, now known as the Panopticon, where no turn was unstoned!
Billy Connolly's banana boots have pride of place on display in the People's Palace and that's where Hardeep meets with comedians Janey Godley and Ashley Storrie, who embarked on a bus tour of far-flung Scotland to collect the nation's humorous stories.
The east coast has a thread of absurdism which can be traced back to Dundee's poet McGonagall.
Filmed on location in the seaside town of Broughty Ferry, Bob Servant is the creation of writer
Neil Forsyth and is played by actor Brian Cox. They share their thoughts on the differences with west coast humour.
And Hardeep reminisces with his brother, writer and actor Sanjeev Kohli, star of the sitcom Still Game, on the comics who influenced them growing up and the importance of humour in breaking down cultural barriers.