A History of Scotland (2008) BBC Two

Episode 1: The Last of the Free

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At the dawn of the first millennia, there was no Scotland or England. In the first episode Oliver reveals the mystery of how the Gaelic Scottish Kingdom - Alba - was born, and why its role in one of the greatest battles ever fought on British soil defined the shape of Britain in the modern era.

Documentary Description

Documentary charting the birth and growth of the Scottish nation. Presented by Neil Oliver, A History of Scotland is a television series first broadcast in November 2008 on BBC One Scotland and later shown UK-wide on BBC Two during January 2009. The series resumed on BBC One Scotland in early November 2009, with transmission at a later point on network BBC Two. Along with the series, BBC Scotland planned a range of radio programmes, a new website, an interactive game, and concerts. The Open University, in collaboration with the BBC, also created a series of audio walks around historic locations in Scotland[2], with narration from Oliver.

In Australia, series one of this program aired on SBS One each Sunday at 7:30pm between December 6, 2009 and January 3, 2010. Series two commenced on October 24, 2010 running until November 21 in the same Sunday night Lost Worlds timeslot.

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