Made In Scotland

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20070523

Non Stop Party People

In a village hall in Lincolnshire, determined fans brave the cold of a February evening to dance the night away. The only music on the turntable is by James Last, a German bandleader with a fanatical following. Paul Gambaccini goes in search of the Non Stop Party People to try to understand his enduring appeal.

20070524
20070530

Take an Englishman and a Scots Man

Continuing the series that showcases the programmes made in Scotland for the UK networks, Graeme Garden asks what's so funny about England and Scotland? Why do the inhabitants laugh at different things, and at each other?

This is a journey through the comedy stereotypes of England and Scotland, from bowler-hatted gentlemen of the south to Tam O'Shanter wearers of the north.

20070531
20070613

The Sweet Pea Miracle: Mark Stephen tells the story of the 1911 Daily Mail sweet pea competition that brought London to a standstill, and a small miracle to the Scottish Borders.

20070614
20070620

Green Pea Campaign

A day in the life of the 24-hour, non-stop cycle that happens every summer when an army of giant harvesting machines roll across the east coast of Scotland searching out pea fields and vacuuming up 8,500 tonnes of the nutritious little spheres.

20070621
20070923

The Sweet Pea Miracle: Mark Stephen tells the story of the 1911 Daily Mail sweet pea competition that brought London to a standstill, and a small miracle to the Scottish Borders.

20070923

The Sweet Pea Miracle: Mark Stephen tells the story of the 1911 Daily Mail sweet pea competition that brought London to a standstill, and a small miracle to the Scottish Borders.

20070930

Green Pea Campaign

A day in the life of the 24-hour, non-stop cycle that happens every summer when an army of giant harvesting machines roll across the east coast of Scotland searching out pea fields and vacuuming up 8,500 tonnes of the nutritious little spheres.

20070930

Green Pea Campaign

A day in the life of the 24-hour, non-stop cycle that happens every summer when an army of giant harvesting machines roll across the east coast of Scotland searching out pea fields and vacuuming up 8,500 tonnes of the nutritious little spheres.