Entire second series of the Highland drama shown on BBC Television. Once more Archie (Alastair MacKenzie) is struggling with the challenge of turning the Glenbogle estate into a financially thriving proposition. As before, his father Hector (Richard Briers) proves more of a hindrance than a help in this task. Archie also presides over the appointment of a new Head Ranger, which brings dilemmas over promoting from within or bringing in new blood from outside the estate. But Archie's problems do not end there, what with his mother Molly's gambling debts, affairs of the heart with Lexie (Dawn Steele) and of course the approach of his thirtieth birthday.
Episodes 7 to 11 from the third series of the BBC Highland drama. In 'Episode Seven' Duncan becomes Laird of Glenbogle for a day in a bid to impress a lady friend. 'Episode Eight' has Glenbogle host Hector's regimental reunion. 'Episode Nine' sees Glenbogle getting ready to stage a Midsummer Ball in Stella's honour. 'Episode Ten' finds Archie and Lexie getting a mixed response to the news of their engagement. Finally, in 'Episode Eleven', Lexie begins to wonder if marrying Archie is the right thing to do.
Final episodes from the fourth series of the BBC Highland drama. In this series Molly returns to Glenbogle, after visiting her brother in Africa, determined to put Hector's sudden and tragic demise behind her. She discovers Archie's new vision for the Estate - wolves! But first there needs to be a head keeper and Golly isn't happy with the changes. Love is in the air, not without competition, for Golly who revamps his image after overhearing himself described as 'tweedy'. An old friend of Archie's visits and behaves badly, and another face from the past, Louis, despised by Hector but an old friend of Molly's arrives with designs on Molly and Glenbogle.