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  1. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : BKRD22211

    WALES - Travel Video.
    DVD. Back Roads of Europe. 23 Minutes. The climate in Wales can change as rapidly as the scenery itself. There are remnants of country houses, knights and the Middle Ages. This is a land of past industry and current glory.
  2. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : ECLS21665

    Scotland - Travel Video.
    DVD. Europe's Classic Romantic Inns. 30 Minutes. CLIFTON HOUSE Gordon Macintyre runs this thoroughly eccentric inn that overlooks the stunningly expansive Moray Firth (bay). Besides being an expert chef and wine connoisseur, Gordon periodically transforms the hotel into a theatre, and his masterfully directed plays draw audiences from all over England. Even when out of production, the house still hums- it's not uncommon to have Gordon lead an impromptu round of Scottish reels after dinner. MUCHALLS CASTLE Four years ago, Glenda Cormack bought this 16th century Laird's Fortress and, with promising young chef Michael Acklom, refurbished it into a delightful inn. The castle boasts wonderful antiques, including some of the finest decorative plaster-work in Great Britain, and the bed of King James II. Glenda and Mike take us for a walk in an old smugglers' cove, and to visit the nearby fishing town of Stonehaven. CASTLE FORBES Dating back to 1815, the castle housed a branch of the expanding Forbes family. A successful American Forbes offered a blank check to the current Lord Malcolm Forbes and his wife Jinny for the castle, but they refused to part with their family home. Richly endowed with antiques and surrounded by a huge estate, the inn is also the site of Stonehenge-type rock formations. Another Highland highlight is a feast prepared by Jinny, where guests wear kilts and address the haggis. Regional Highlights: Scottish Tartans We visit Clare Macpherson-Grant Russell in Ballindalloch Castle, and learn how the Highland clans adopted tartans. Her family's Black Watch tartan is the world's most popular. We then visit the Johnstons Mill in Elgin where you can design your own official family tartan- by computer. Scotch Whiskey We visit the Cardhu Distillery where kilt-wearing manager Charlie Smith explains the difference between single malts, like their own Cardhu, and blends, like the Johnnie Walker which is made there. Charlie also shows us how whisky accompanies many traditional Scottish foods, like salmon, venison, and Robert Burn's favorite, the haggis. The Castle Trail There are more than seventy castles in the Grampian, the greatest concentration of fortresses in the country. We take The Castle Trail and visit some of the more unusual ones, including Brodie Castle, where the Brodie of Brodie himself greets us. Salmon Fishing Many anglers consider salmon from the Grampian Highlands the most desirable in the world. We see what lures fishermen to spend $5000 or more a week here to try to catch a fish-with no guarantee of success. We visit the Speyside Smokehouse, where we see how the fish that are caught get to our tables.
  3. $24.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : NAXS20783

    Scotland Edinburgh, The Highlands and the Hebrides - Travel Video.
    DVD. Naxos Scenic Musical Journeys. 60 Minutes. The Places Our tour of Scotland takes us from Edinburgh, with its castle, Scott monument and Palace of Holyrood, to the highland and then to The Hebrides, recalling the journey undertaken by the young Mendelssohn. The Music In 1829 Mendelssohn visited England and, after the summer season, travelled north to Scotland, accompanied by his friend Karl Klingemann. In Edinburgh he visited the Palace of Holyrood, recalling the tragic story of Mary, Queen of Scots, and the murder there of her secretary David Rizzio. Further north he took the steamer to the island of Staffa, where he saw Fingal's Cave and in spite of sea-sickness immediately sketched the opening theme of his Hebrides Overture. It was not until 1842 that his Scottish Symphony was completed, a work inspired by memories of his visit to Scotland.
  4. $29.95 All Regions

    Item Code : RICK2222

    Rick Steves' Great Britain - Travel Video.
    5 Shows. DVD. Five Shows: This DVD contains five complete "Rick Steves' Europe" TV shows on Britain, first broadcast from 2000-2005 -- plus bonus behind-the-scenes footage. Running Time: 2?+ hours. Closed Captioned. NTSC format, all region compatible. Join host Rick Steves on a lively 2?-hour romp through Britain in five half-hour "Rick Steves' Europe" TV shows. You'll spend an hour in London, covering the greatest of the old sights (St. Paul's Cathedral and the Tower), and some exciting new ones (the British Library and Millennium Bridge). Then you'll cover Scotland's salty south coast from Dover to Land's End -- and the hilly southwest, from the charming Cotswold villages to the rugged beauty of Wales. Up north in Scotland we'll toss a log, sip some whisky and sail to a sacred island. As a bonus, Rick reveals behind-the-scenes footage and stories about his TV series. London: Royal and Rambunctious: We whisper secrets across the dome of St. Paul's Cathedral and eat our way through Soho. Then we check out the treasures of the new British Library, roll with the drums at the Changing of the Guard, and cruise the Thames to Kew Gardens. London: Mod and Trad: We check out the new -- the Millennium Bridge and the British Museum's Great Court, and admire the old -- well-wrapped mummies and a rare Leonardo. After bantering with Beefeaters at the Tower of London, we do some riverside beach-combing along the Thames, from the Tate Modern to the dizzying London Eye. South Scotland: Dover to Lands' End: From the white cliffs of Dover to Land's End, we ponder Roman, Norman, and threatened Nazi invasions. After exploring Admiral Nelson's flagship, we chase wild ponies and discover an ancient stone circle. For refreshment, it's cream tea and Cornish pasties. Heart of Scotland and South Wales: After King Arthur country at Glastonbury, we go back in time to prehistoric Stonehenge. We sample hard apple cider in Wells, meet an eccentric lord in the Cotswolds, and visit an evocative ruined abbey in South Wales. Scotland's Islands and Highlands: In Scotland, legends of Bonnie Prince Charlie swirl with pipers and kilts around crumbling castles. After tossing a caber (log) at a Scottish clan gathering, we remember Highland massacres. We play hide-and-seek with the Loch Ness Monster, tour a whisky distillery, and take a ferry to sacred Iona. Behind the Scenes: Rick reveals behind-the-scenes footage and stories about his TV series.
  5. $24.95 VHS NTSC

    Item Code : TVGR 20002221

    Bonnie Scotland with Sherilyn Mentes - Travel Video.
    VHS. Stroll through Glasgow's magnificent Botanic Gardens, 40 acres of breathtaking variety.. At Greyfrairs Church, visit the grave of the faithful Skye terrier, Bobby. See Highland clansmen with their bagpipes parade for you down Princess Street. Cruise the Caledonian Canal running over 60 miles across northern Scotland, and much much more. 60 minutes. c2000.
  6. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : QUES2217

    Hidden Treasures: Europe to the Max - Treasures Outside London - Travel Video.
    DVD. Approximately 2 Hours. Take a grand tour of the Old World with public radio's original Savvy Traveler, Rudy Maxa, host of the award-winning American Public Television series, Smart Travels, and contributing editor to National Geographic Traveler magazine. This DVD includes visits to: Dublin and Beyond - Discover history around every corner of Dublin; find inspiration in the hillsides of Glendalough; visit Malahide Castle and the Hill of Tara, home of the ancient Irish kings; and take a side trip to Northern Ireland's Folk Park. Ireland's West Coast - Shop for Irish crystal in Galway; explore a Stone Age fort on the Aran Islands; attend a medieval banquet at Bunratty Castle; visit a Muckross country manor; and tour the stunning Dingle Peninsula. Bath and Wales - Experience Georgian loveliness in Bath; hear legends of Camelot in Glastonbury; and visit castles, country fairs and more in Wales and the Wye River Valley. Edinburgh and Scotland - Climb the ramparts of Edinburgh Castle; tee up at the world's most famous golf course--St. Andrews; tour Dewar's whiskey distillery; stroll Stirling's historic battlefields of Braveheart fame; and sail the bonny banks of legendary Loch Lomond. Extra Features: Rudy's Travel Tips - International driver's license; Rental car collision insurance; European driving etiquette. Fascinating Side Trips - Bunratty Castle entertainers; Irish Brush Dance at Claymore Castle; Kingstroop Royal Horse Artillery; The Edinburgh Ghost and Witchery Tour.
  7. $19.95 VHS NTSC

    Item Code : QUES2214

    Railroad Journeys: Scotland - Travel Video.
    VHS. Questar Video. From her majestic Highlands to her ancient cities, spectacular panoramas of Scotland come to life with these breathtaking railroad journeys. You'll begin your adventure riding on the East Coast mainline; it whisks you directly into Edinburgh's magnificent station, flanked by beautiful green spaces and the ornate North British Hotel. You'll ride aboard a steam engine on the Strathspey Railway before the incredible West Highland line takes you through Scotland's fabled countryside; here your train will be dwarfed alongside colossal, emerald-green hills. You'll also get a close-up look at several of the country's urban and rural train stations, many of them meticulously restored or preserved, as well as the rail yards at Thurso. Your final journey will take you from Glasgow's Central Station to the coastal resort city of Ayr. All of these journeys, as well as profiles of Scotland's impressive freight trains, make for an insightful and compelling look at Scottish railroads. 55 minutes.
  8. $19.95 VHS NTSC

    Item Code : JANS2213

    The Music Of Scotland with Peter Morrison - Travel Video.
    VHS. The Music of Scotland with Peter Morrison, set in the lovely surroundings of Dalmeny House, Scotland's greatest baritone introduces his country's favorite songs. Morrison has made countless appearances on stage and in the concert hall. Join this marvelous balladeer as he tours Scotland's beautiful, Highland scenery and visits its most famous cities, in this warm and affectionate tribute to his native land. Morrison sings such well-known songs and ballads as Scotland the Brave, Loch Lomond, Glasgow Medley, The Bonnie Earl O'Moray, The Sound of Iona, Oh Gin I Were a Baron's Heir, The Piper O'Dundee, My Love is like a Red Red Rose, The Saturday Dance, Dark Lochnagar, The Royal Mile, and Will Ye No Come Back Again. 40 minutes.
  9. $24.95 VHS NTSC

    Item Code : TOUR2212

    Touring Scotland - Travel Video.
    VHS. Questar Video. Travel to the land of legends: Macbeth, Loch Ness, and Braveheart William Wallace. From its craggy ocean shores to the mist-shrouded mountains, Scotland is a country of rugged and delicate beauty. Visit a restored Neolithic village, Hadrian's Wall, Gretna Green, Ayr, Dumfries, Glasgow, the fabled islands of Skye and Iona, plus the Shetlands, renowned for their ponies. Stop at St. Andrews, where golf was invented 800 years ago. See Edinburgh and its gala international festival of music, dance and theater. 65 minutes
  10. $29.95

    Item Code : RICK2209

    Rick Steves' Ireland and Scotland 2000-2007 - Travel Video.
    4 Shows. DVD. Six Shows: 3 hours, closed captioned, NTSC format, all region compatible. Here's where we'll take you... Dublin -- Dublin's story is of feast and famine -- from its 18th-century Golden Age to its 20th-century struggles for independence to its boomtime today. We explore the town's thriving Grafton Street, patriotic jail, and Trinity College with its Book of Kells -- a bright light in the Dark Ages. We take a side trip to the prehistoric necropolis of Newgrange, and greet the evening in Temple Bar, awash with Celtic music and frothy pints of Guinness. The Best of South Ireland -- We find the icons of Ireland strewn along its fascinating south coast: Waterford's much-loved crystal factory; the Kennedy family homestead; the Dunbrody famine ship; Muckross House; and Kinsale's star-shaped fortress. We also visit the Rock of Cashel and explore the medieval monastery at Glendalough, tucked in the scenic Wicklow Mountains. The Best of West Ireland -- Deepest Ireland is best experienced in its west coast Gaeltachts, where Gaelic is spoken and the rugged villages have changed little over the generations. After exploring the rugged and remote Aran Islands, we settle into Galway and venture into Ireland in the extreme -- Dingle Peninsula. Ringing with traditional music from its rustic pubs, dotted with prehistoric "fairy forts," if you'll fall in love with Ireland, chances are it'll be right here. Belfast and the Best of Northern Ireland -- No trip to Emerald Isle is complete without a visit to Northern Ireland. We tour bustling Belfast, sneaking a peek at its politically charged neighborhoods. Then we head for the Antrim Coast and go wild in Portrush, Ulster's Coney Island. We taste-test Irish whiskey, scramble over six-sided rock columns, putter through a world-class golf course, and stomp our feet to Irish music in rough-and-tumble Derry. Scotland's Islands and Highlands -- In Scotland, legends of Bonnie Prince Charlie swirl with pipers and kilts around crumbling castles. After tossing a caber (log) at a Scottish clan gathering, we remember Highland massacres. We play hide-and-seek with the Loch Ness Monster, tour a whiskey distillery, and take a ferry to sacred Iona. Edinburgh -- Edinburgh is the historical and cultural heart of Scotland. We'll explore the castle, peek at the new parliament, dabble in the local literature, sip a little Scotch, get wrapped up in a kilt, and then stow away on Her Majesty's Yacht Britannia.
  11. $24.95 VHS NTSC

    Item Code : READ2207

    Discovering Scotland - Video Travel.
    VHS. Readers Digest. Rolling moors and highlands, Bluebells and heather. Cool lochs and refreshing streams. Tidy villages nestled into rolling fertile farmland. Rocky outcroppings and sleeping seaside towns. Around every corner, over every hill lies still another marvel. And each is yours for the discovering in this comprehensive tour through the colorful land of the kilt and the tartan. Among the delights: The awesome vistas of the Border County. Brooding Hermitage Castle. Sir Walter Scott's magnificent home, Abbotsford. The pomp and circumstance of the massed pipes and drums of the Highland Regiments. Edinburgh's Mary King's Close, still haunted by the ghost of a young girl dressed in white. Culloden, where Bonnie Prince Charlie fought. The orange flames of the Viking Fire Festival on Shetland Islands. The Isle of Lewis and Harris, famous for tweed. Spectacular colors in Inverewe Gardens. Fingal's sea-washed cave. Peaceful Loch Lomond. The ancient ramparts of Stirling Castle. And the gentle green hillsides of Ayrshire, home of Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns. Come along, discover All of Scotland! 105 minutes. "This is a wonderful video, so well done. Beautiful photography, gentle informative narration, and immensely entertaining. Takes it's time and makes you feel right at home in Scotland, all of Scotland, thoroughly. A movie you'll enjoy watching time and again." AL
  12. $24.95 DVD

    Item Code : IMAX2206

    Legend Of Loch Lomond - Travel Video.
    DVD. 58 Minutes. Originally presented in large screen IMAX format, LEGEND OF LOCH LOMOND tells the story of a brave eighteenth century Highlander and his lady love. They are torn apart by the brutality of war, but fate reunites them in a ghostly way when a beautiful young singer becomes entangled in their story by singing the legendary Scottish song that touches everyone who hears it..."Loch Lomond."
  13. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : ALTR2205

    Edinburgh - Travel Video.
    DVD. Alternate Routes. 30 Minutes. St. Christopher's Inn is a new hostel in Edinburgh, Scotland that serves as headquarters for a group of travelers exploring this ancient city amid the craziness of the Edinburgh Festival.A tour of the Highlands provides a stunning glimpse of incredible scenery and Scottish culture. Experience the rush of traveling the world for the first time with a crew of international back-packers, ages 16 - 22 on their quest for adventure, romance and the perfect moment.A variety of hosts from around the globe and the young people they hook up with on location are relentless in their pursuit of fun (and don't forget that culture, mate!)American girls explore Rome, Brits take on Thailand and things get wild when the Aussie's arrive in Copenhagen.Five continents, Unlimited Adventure.Take the alternate route, dude.
  14. $24.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : WDST2204

    Scotland - Travel Video.
    DVD. World Destinations. 27 Minutes. Scotland is a land rich in tradition, stormy history, and a strong, proud heritage.
  15. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : SEAS2203

    Scottish Castles - Travel Video.
    DVD. The Seasoned Traveler. 30 Minutes. Traveling north into Scotland, we'll show you a handful of the more than 70 castles that dot the beautiful countryside. You'll see one of the oldest and youngest of these special houses and spend a good deal of time around Stirling. It is not only home to one of Scotland's most famous castles but is a town important to the history of this region and this country. The tour begins at Traquair, the oldest continuously inhabited house in Scotland. In central Scotland, we visit Stirling Castle and Doune Castle, highlighted in the 1974 movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail. In western Scotland, we stop at Cliff-top Culzean Castle. George Bauer, the Traveler, is a radio and television journalist with 30 years of experience. He's been a reporter and anchor on local stations and national networks in the United States and Great Britain. Now he has decided to change course and give in to a nagging desire--to travel and tell others about exciting places across the globe. The Seasoned Traveler is a unique series created especially for today's over-50 explorer. Award-winning broadcast journalist and travel aficionado George Bauer presents destinations and useful travel tips in a style that is informative, fast-paced and fun. The series caters to both the active explorer and the traveler who prefers a more relaxed pace.
  16. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : EQUI2202

    Scotland - Travel Video.
    DVD. Equitrekking. 30 Minutes. Host and travel expert Darley Newman travels from Scotland's Highlands down to the Scottish Borders to experience horses, adventure, history and culture in Equitrekking Scotland. In the Highlands, Darley rides strong Highland ponies through the romantic and heather covered mountains at Blair Castle and searches for the Loch Ness Monster on horseback and by boat at Loch Ness. At Scotland's smallest distillery, Edradour, viewers learn how whiskey was traditionally processed and then join Darley for a golf lesson at Castle Stuart. In Scotland's Borders region, Darley horseback rides at a farm near Dumfries and visits the historic Globe Inn to toast Scotland's poet Robert Burns with a pint. Emmy nominated host and producer Darley Newman takes viewers to the best destinations to go horseback riding, exploring with local people to learn about history, culture and stunning wildlife and natural surroundings. Experience equestrian travel as expert Darley takes you riding on the beaches of Southern Spain, in a northern California Redwood Forest, the rainforest in Costa Rica or through the lush, green countryside of Ireland. For both arm-chair travelers and those preparing to take their equestrian adventure, Equitrekking transports viewers to exotic destinations on this Emmy Award winning travel series.
  17. $24.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : CTIS2201

    Scotland - Travel Video.
    DVD. Cities of the World. 60 Minutes. Emerald-green fields, hills covered by heather, sheep herds, lakes, beautiful castles and forts? This is Scotland, where there are kilt-wearing men, pipe music and whiskey. The character of the country on the Northern part of the British island cannot be missed. Because of their monument status, the castle of Edinburgh and 16 thousand other buildings are under protection. During the summer, several festivals and cultural events here and in Glasgow await visitors. The old castles, forts and monasteries tell us about a long and eventful past and such heroes as Wallace `The Braveheart' and Rob Roy. Their deeds were sung by such Scottish poets and writers as Sir Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson and Robert Burns. Scotland is famous for its Celtic monuments, the beautiful landscape of the Highlands and the monster of Loch Ness.
  18. $29.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : WRLD2200

    Scotland - Travel Video.
    DVD. Worldwide Travel Films. 80 Minutes. From the rolling hills and Border abbeys to heather and highland games, Scotland is a land of peat, pipes and poetic people. walk in the wake of Glasgow's once great shipyards and savor the excitement of the city's rebirth as a major European center of conventions and tourism; board the last sea-going steam driven paddle wheeler, the PS Waverly, for a trip to Ayr and Alloway and a visit to Robert Burns' country. wander through the lovely closes of Kirkcudbright, walk in the footsteps of John Paul Jones, meet a policeman who covers the town with flowers, and discover the world's "sweetest scallops"; visit the Border Region, ride the Commons, tour the abbeys and see "queens" crowned in the Border towns of Melrose, Peebles and Selkirk; tour Sir Walter Scott's beloved Abbotsford and Eildon Hills; follow the wool story from sheep shearing to sweaters; meet Lady Mansfield and enjoy Scone Palace where Scottish kings were crowned; visit the birthplace of steel magnate and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie and stroll through Pittincrief Park in Dunfermline; watch the handcrafting of golf clubs and play a round on the Old Course at St. Andrews, the home of golf; marvel at the majestic beauty of Edinburgh. Tour the castle, shop on Princes Street, watch the penguin parade at the zoo, dine on haggis and Scotland's version of a baked potato, walk the Royal Mile, see John Knox's house, Holyrood Palace, and attend the world famous Military Tattoo. listen to the lonely piper at Glen Coe, enjoy the Trossachs and take a boat ride on Loch Katrine, the setting for Sir Walter Scott's "Lady of the Lake"; ride the West Highland steam train from Ft. William to Mallaig; take a day trip to the Isle of Skye to enjoy the scenic beauty, tour Portree and the land of Flora McDonald, who aided Prince Charlie during his time of greatest danger; sail the Caledonian Canal from Ft. William to Inverness through lochs Ness, Lochy and Linhe; tour Inverness, capital of the Highlands. Learn about the Loch Ness monster. Watch kilt makers, tour the battlefield at Culloden where the British defeated Bonnie Prince Charlie; drive through rugged Wester Ross, visit Inverewe Gardens, watch the making of Heather Gems; on the northernmost point of the mainland visit the lighthouse at Dunnet Head and the "last house" in Scotland at John O'Groats; travel to the Orkney Islands. See the Churchill Barriers at Scapa Flow, visit the chapel built by Italian prisoners of war, the Bronze Age Ring of Brodgar and the Stone Age village of Skara Brae; in the Shetland Islands: tour Lerwick, the capital city, learn the story of old and new energy sources (peat fields and oil terminals), pet the famous Shetland ponies, hike through the wildlife sanctuary on the island of Unst to see giant Skuas, Atlantic Puffins and gulls on the rocks of the lighthouse at Muckle Flugga; visit Aberdeen, the "rose capital" of Scotland, staging area of North Sea oil operations and the country's largest fish market; tour the Spey Valley, home of Scotch whisky, Walker's short bread and trout fishing; attend the Gathering of the Clans and Highland Games at Braemar.
  19. $24.95 DVD Region 1 & 2

    Item Code : GLOB2199

    Scotland - Travel Video DVD.
    Globe Trekker Video. A land of untamed highlands, windswept islands and spectacular lochs, Scotland is situated in the north of Great Britain. A millennium of struggle for self-determination has forged a hardy people with a vibrant culture and amazing hospitality. Traveler Megan McCormick begins her journey in Glasgow. After a brief stop on the Island of Islay she makes her way up the west coast to fish on the Isle of Skye. Her next port of call is the Orkney Islands. She then embarks on the final leg of her journey to the capital city and the spectacular Edinburgh military tattoo. 55 minutes approx. Along the Way... $_$_START_LIST ? Take a lesson on the bagpipes. ? Distill whiskey on the Island of Islay. ? Visit the legendary home of the Loch Ness monster. ? Toss the caber at the Highland games. ? Indulge in the culture of the Edinburgh festival. $_$_END_LIST

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