Call us inquisitive, curious or just plain old nosy, but there’s nothing more thrilling than uncovering a detail that’s often overlooked. And it’s this spirit of discovery that’s the driving force behind today’s special bonus episode, where we’re placing the spotlight on our favourite Hidden Secrets from Love Scotland so far.
From a ticket to Lord Lovat’s grisly execution on display at Culloden Visitor Centre and signs of beaver activity along the banks of the River Tay, to Brodie Castle’s two ancient Egyptian mummies, which pre-date Christ by 300 years, each fascinating secret is safeguarded by National Trust for Scotland staff and volunteers.
Ready to unearth our most-loved hidden secrets? Let’s dive in!
Love Scotland is a podcast series from the National Trust for Scotland.
From coastlines to castles, art to architecture, wildlife to wilderness, the National Trust for Scotland cares for and protects some of Scotland's most significant places and spaces, allowing them to be enjoyed today while protecting them for future generations.
Hosted by former BBC Reporting Scotland anchor Jackie Bird, and featuring experts and enthusiasts from across the country, each episode delves deep into the detail of the Trust’s people and places to showcase how everything they do is for the love of Scotland.
You can find out more about the National Trust for Scotland's work and how to support them at http://www.nts.org.uk.
Meet the Host
Scottish journalist and broadcaster, previously one of the lead presenters of Reporting Scotland (BBC Scotland News).