Paul Murton has spent half-a lifetime exploring some of the most beautiful islands in the world - the Hebrides. In this event, Paul will take us on a journey around this beautiful part of the world, visiting each of the islands in turn, introducing their myths and legends, history, culture and extraordinary natural beauty. He’ll tell us about the people he has met and the stories they have told him - crofters, fishermen, tweed weavers, Gaelic singers, clan chiefs, artists, postmen and bus drivers. Join us for a truly vivid account of the Hebrides and Paul’s unique guide to the less well known aspects of life among the islands.
Paul grew up in Argyll, where he developed a passion for exploring, hitchhiking to Glen Coe and Skye to climb the peaks there. At the age of fourteen, he even managed to hitch a ride on the end of a climbing rope for an ascent of the Cuillin’s famous Cioch. He was initially inspired to take to the hills by a book his father gave him: W.H. Murray’s classic Mountaineering In Scotland.
One of the best known TV presenters in Scotland, Paul’s popular primetimes series include Scotland’s Clans, Grand Tours Of Scotland, Grand Tours Of The Scottish Islands and Grand Tours Of Scotland’s Lochs.
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