The beautiful interiors of Castle Levan by Loch Long and the River Clyde are revealed in this episode of Castles of Scotland. We see the magnificent stained-glass windows and painted ceilings of Castle Levan which were influenced by Italian and French fashions of the time. The turrets and towers of Glamis Castle, made famous in Shakespeare's Macbeth, are also visited and glimpse its rich interiors from the dinning room and the crypt to the Queen Mother's childhood bedroom.
Castles of Scotland explores the landscape of castles across Scotland and looks into how these strategic buildings have evolved and shaped the country's past. These historic buildings hold the key to some of the most important periods of Scottish history and are haunted by stories of romance, politics and war.