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Wild Shetland Wednesday 23rd January 2018

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Old Tuesday 22nd January 2019, 15:47   #1
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Wild Shetland Wednesday 23rd January 2018

Actor Ewan McGregor will narrate this new wildlife documentary starting on Wednesday at 8pm on BBC 1.
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Old Tuesday 22nd January 2019, 18:48   #2
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Cheers Euan. Do you know how many episodes there are?

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Just a reminder it’s only on BBC Scotland. So if you only have Freeview you’ll have to watch that episode on the BBC iPlayer unless you live in Scotland as it won’t be broadcast nationally. If you have any form of Satellite TV or Cable TV you ŵill be able to watch BBC 1 Scotland in any part of the UK.
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Cheers Euan. Do you know how many episodes there are?

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It seems to be one episode of a Wild Scotland series. I can't see the other programmes are still available on IPlayer though.
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It seems to be one episode of a Wild Scotland series. I can't see the other programmes are still available on IPlayer though.
It does seem to be a one-off. Here's the producer's website: http://www.maramedia.co.uk/shetland
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Thought it was really good fantastic photography.
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I know there was a year long story of how the Otters fared but I would have liked more footage of the Red throated Divers and Red necked Pharalopes.Very good programme all the same.
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