For week 3 of our short films as part of The Doors Open event, The Orkney News has crossed The Pentland Firth.
The Orkney News continues with its series of short films for Week 2 of the Doors Open events.
All the events are free on The Orkney News YouTube Channel. All the events go to a live chat at 10.30pm.
Of the brochs that are known about, 120 of them are in Shetland.
From Friday 2nd September there will be a series of livestreams and short films posted across social media and on The Orkney News YouTube Channel.
Wessex Archaeology have produced an excellent film which looks at the landscape, how it was used by Neolithic people and the wider context which led to the building of Stonehenge.
Starting tonight, Monday May 23rd, 7.30pm, is a series of 6 talks hosted on the Orkney International Science Festival YouTube channel which will look at how rural and island areas can stem the tide of centralisation.
A series of events celebrating the history of Scapa Flow will be available to watch live (and recorded) on the Orkney International Science Festival’s YouTube Channel and brought to you by Another Orkney Production (AOP)
A short film made whilst walking at the Bay of Skaill, West Mainland.
The latest Between Islands film which has gone online is from Orkney’s Tom Muir and Alison Miller.