Moladh na Maighdinn.

Saw this programme last night and it is repeated on Sunday and may be worth a watch. Couldn't understand a word of it, but thankfully Gaelic subtitles. Beautiful Scenery and mostly references to poets love of hunting in the Highlands, Wester Ross and Argyll. One section towards the end shows the narrator out on a stag stalk and bagging a cull stag at the Letterewe Estate (I think??).

Two mountains, two poets and 250 years of changing attitudes to the Highland landscape are the elements of this intriguingly different film. The mountains are Beinn Dorain in Argyll and A' Mhaighdinn in the Fisherfields 'wilderness' of Wester Ross. The poets are Duncan Ban MAcIntyre and Domhnall UIlleam Stewart who takes on both the physical challenges of A' Mhaighdinn, one of Scotland's most remote and beautiful Munros and the even more considerable creative challenge involved in writing a contemporary poem in tribute to Duncan Ban's 18th century masterpiece 'In praise of Beinn Dorain'.