STV with Caroline Quentin at Loch Lomond National Park on Tuesday

Tomorrow, Tuesday 7th May at 8.00pm, Caroline Quentin ‘s programme on STV  – on the National Parks – is at Loch Lomond National Park.

Filming includes footage of the 2012 Inveraray Highland Games.

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4 Responses to STV with Caroline Quentin at Loch Lomond National Park on Tuesday

  1. What a disappointment and a wasted opportunity to tell what the LL&TTNP is about; to tell about the management failures and sheer incompetence since its inception; to tell about some of its outrageous policies contrived largely by people on the Board who live out-with the area and how other areas of Scotland should be aware, very aware of what so much influence from Edinbrugh brings to the community. There was so much more information to tell instead of promoting a highland gathering that is not even in the NP. It was just an ego trip for the infantile presenter.

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  2. Definitely a wasted opportunity to put the fors and againsts for National Parks. In fact no information on what NPs are about at all. And why so heavy on Highland Games which are not within the NP?

    Otherwise just a promotional programme for Visit Scotland ruined by a silly, skirlin’, and very patronising, female who should have learned how to pronounce ‘Gaelic’. It’s ‘GAHlic’ dearie, not ‘GAYlic’…and how the hell do you ‘dance a ceilidh’?

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