It tells the story of Sir Hugh Munro, the magnificent mountains that bear his name and the people who have been possessed by them."
Some amazing photos by Christopher Sleight (smallworldmedia.co.uk) on BBC Scotland Outdoors Galleries.
Don't forget to watch tonight!
Nick Crane abseiling off the In Pinn, Skye
AT (http://AyrshireTiger.wordpress.com/) wrote (see)
Excellent! Met him in the Clachaig after he'd done Bidean and they were filming him talking to folk about Munros. Thankfully I was on my own so no I won't be appearing in it as they were more interested in talking to groups and couples! Really nice bloke. Good to see he's actually done a fair few Munros before making the programme and isn't just jumping on a bandwaggon! If it's as good as his Map Man programme it should be worth watching.
Fame at last!
In the scene where nick crane walks out of the clachaig inn the camera follows him out and then stays on me(as im sat right in front of the door) for at least Oooo 1.5 seconds.
I don't worry about avoiding temptation - as I grow older, it starts avoiding me
Jamie reckons Ayrshire Tiger (Steve) is drinking a pint in the background too!
Were you the one sitting at the round table?
indeed yes. reading a book. well- lookin at the pictures obviously.
actually it turns out I was fiddling with my sack..
being a comple saddo ive just stuck it on here.
may contain nuts wrote (see)
actually it turns out I was fiddling with my sack..As it may contain nuts being a comple saddo ive just stuck it on here. oh yeah- does anyone know where I can get a wife?
As it may contain nuts
Fame at last!In the scene where nick crane walks out of the clachaig inn the camera follows him out and then stays on me(as im sat right in front of the door) for at least Oooo 1.5 seconds.
You've been done! Most people get 15 minutes of fame you only got 1.5 seconds. Only 898.5 seconds to go. (And yes I am that sad to actually use a calculator to work that out!)
Good programme though. Had my total attention in between playing sudoku on my blackberry. Totally fascinating! I mean it almost sounded like a race between Munro and tother guy. One doing 500 odd hills and the tother doing 200 odd hills. Lazy bugger never did the In Pin! he wasn't the first. Does anyone know who really did do the biggest hills over 3000ft that should have been listed as the real tops (including In Pin)? It should be made more widely known who the REAL first compleater is.
PS - It ain't me by about 279 hills.
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