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In July the third annual Youth Work Games brought young people from tough backgrounds all around Scotland together on the banks of Loch Tay. Teams competed in ten fun events, including kayaking, tree climbing and swamp football. The confidence-building project is run by The Muirhouse Youth Development Trust, My Adventure and Project Northern Lights (WildFox Events).

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Camera and production by Jamie Grant. Special thanks to Eloy Peña for assistance.

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A ‘flowering of Scotland’ public panel discussion on 27 August featured ‘vocal local’ women in a spirited, live broadcast debate in Ballinluig on post-referendum politics – whatever the outcome of the vote. The evening, presented by Comment in conjunction with Heartland FM, was moderated by Gill Steele of Logierait with an audience of 70 local folk.

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Camera & production by Jamie Grant

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6th June - Mid Atholl Hall. Taster clips from Independence Debate Referendum panel hosted by Comment & Heartland FM.

Hear clip from live broadcast by Heartland FM

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Camera: Antonia Malcolm
Production / Editing: Tricia O'Grady

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Although this was filmed earlier in the year, the blackbirds are now on their second, if not third brood.

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Camera: Antonia Malcolm
Production / Editing: Tricia O'Grady

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Community Police Sergeant Amanda Nicolson, outlines how she and her new local team are tackling concerns in Highland Perthshire and launching new initiatives for our rural community. Contact - 101.

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Camera: Antonia Malcolm
Production / Editing: Tricia O'Grady

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Pitlochry Festival Theatre, The Birks Cinema and Birnam Arts talk about Tummel &Tay, the festival that celebrates the whisky, food and culture of Highland Perthshire.

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Camera & Production: Tricia O'Grady

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Some of the people behind the Winter Words Festival at Pitlochry Festival Theatre talk about the speakers and events that they're most looking forward to.

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Camera & Production: Tricia O'Grady

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Over 5,000 enjoyed 3 hours of entertainment in Pitlochry, Scotland www.pitlochry-scotland.co.uk consuming over 4,000 hot pies and 300 litres of soup. A very popular Scottish New Year highland community run event.

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Camera & Production: James Rattray

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Andrew Crummy : The Great Tapestry of Scotland. Artist Andrew Crummy introduces his book The Great Tapestry of Scotland, a behind the scenes look at the work that was carried out to create the large community arts project. Andrew Crummy designed each of the 150 panels that were featured in the tapestry, with the input of the stitchers involved.

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Camera & Production: Ben Grieve

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Kevin Ramage : Modern Print Masters. Owner of the Watermill Gallery, Kevin Ramage, introduces the Modern Print Masters exhibition currently on show. The exhibition features an eclectic mix of European and British modern abstract print works, ranging from John Bellany to Matisse and Picasso. The exhibition runs until the 31st January.

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Camera & Production: Ben Grieve

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Alan Cumming, Hollywood actor, visits The Birks Cinema in Aberfeldy on Saturday 30th November 2013 to mark its official opening.

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Camera & Production: Ben Grieve & Tricia Fox

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Representatives from three Highland Perthshire organisations, which benefitted from Griffin & Calliachar Community Fund grants, speak about their experience of the application/award process.

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Camera: Trish O'Grady & Ali McLaughlan
Production: Trish O'Grady

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The Enchanted Forest runs from 4-27 October 2013 at Faskally Wood near Pitlochry in Highland Perthshire. Tickets available now at http://www.enchantedforest.org.uk

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Camera and Production by Keathbank - www.keathbankphotography.tv

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The Pitlochry-based John Muir Trust recently launched its Wild Space visitor centre in the centre of the town. Here its manager, Jane Grimley, speaks about the way that it showcases Scotland's dramatic wild land.

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Camera and Production by Alan McCombes

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Good time to bury bad news? A group of longstanding 'seasonals' at Perth & Kinross' only council-run caravan park are angry and anxious at a short notice timetable laid upon them without consultation to quit the site.

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Camera & Directed by Ali Penman
Editor Ben Grieve

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Perthshire artist Audrey Slorance talks about moving from a studio in her garden to her own gallery in Aberfeldy's square.

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Camera and production by Ali McLauchlan

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Paul Parmenter tells us about plans for a new workshop which is looking to enable younger members of the community to gain skills which they can then use to further their careers and at the same time retain those skills within the area.

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Camera and Production by Marius Bezuidenhout and Ali Penman.

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Ron Young and Norman McCandlish talk about the new plans for a public purchase of the Aberfeldy Town Hall and proposed work to be carried out on the premises to bring it up-to-date.

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Camera and Production by Marius Bezuidenhout, Ali McLauchlan and Ali Penman.

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Pupils from Breadalbane Academy talk about their recent successful exhibition at the Aberfeldy Gallery and about what their plans are for the future.

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Camera and Production by Ben Grieve and Antonia Malcolm

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The Fiddle Tree is a not-for-profit organisation based in Birnam and Dunkeld in Highland Perthshire. Since forming in 2003 it has promoted and staged local concerts and events featuring a wide range of international performers of the highest quality. During May 2013 it presented Bruce Molsky, America's reigning old time fiddler.

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Camera and Production by Calum Hadden.

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John Durnin, Chief Executive and Artistic Director at Pitlochry Festival Theatre, discusses some of the challenges and joys that are unique to producing a season of six plays, in rolling repertoire. .

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Foundation ScotlandCamera and production by Tricia O’Grady; filmed and produced by/for Comment, the news magazine of Highland Perthshire with grant assistance from the Ellis Campbell Foundation.

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