Scottish Brides Series by Nicola Cornick
Legit Series 1 Episode 3
60 Scottish TV Shows & Where to Watch Them
Monarch of the Glen was one of those Sunday night shows in the early s that spelled out "Eugh, it's school tomorrow", but was also a laidback treat to enjoy with your roast. Loosely based on Sir Compton Mackenzie's Highland Novels , the first five series focused on young restaurateur Archie MacDonald as he tried to restore his childhood home in the Scottish Highlands. The final two series then switched focus to new laird Paul Bowman, as he attempted to modernise the estate. Chances are you forgot about that, but we're including it. The BBC One drama ran from to , but what are the main cast members up to now?
The very successful BBC TV series was filmed in and around the area, with locations dotted here and there. Ardverikie House, just 25 minutes south-west of us, has achieved fame as Glenbogle House, whilst the steam trains of the Strathspey Steam Railway regularly haul in to Glenbogle Station — in real life better known as Broomhill. Not all the filming for Monarch of the Glen was done around the house - or even around Laggan, Newtonmore and Kingussie - film locations extend well beyond the are known as Badenoch, into Strathspey the area from Aviemore northwards and out to Glen Spean - actually in Lochaber. Some of the comments made by members of the cast and production team say more about our beautiful area than we could - a few of their comments are repeated here Lots to do and see! Find out more information about what Newtonmore has to offer.
SCOTLAND THE FREE - Extended interview with Laird Charles Ford
Click HERE to learn more or reserve your copy. When people talk about British TV shows, it often seems like shows from a number of other countries are all tossed into the same bucket or it is bouquet? Scotland has given us a lot of great shows, though, so we wanted to take a moment to recognize some of the best TV shows from Scotland alone. Note that there are a number of shows that were filmed mostly or entirely in Scotland, but because they weren't intended to be set in Scotland, we've not included them on this list. For example, the fast food comedy Fried is said to be set in Croydon, but the storefront for Seriously Fried Chicken was actually a street in Glasgow.
Sign in. As the night of the Midsummer Ball approaches, Archie is determined to make sure everything runs smoothly. But it seems that someone is trying to sabotage the ball and Stella is determined to keep Emotions are running high. The bank can no longer wait for Glenbogle to pay off their debt, forcing Paul to sell the estate. Then, a wealthy stranger comes to buy the estate forcing the family to While Archie would rather forget the fact that it is his birthday, the family is determined to organize a secret surprise party.