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.