Moray is an interesting county, with the wild desolation of the Cairngorms in its south (a finger of the country extends right down to the Cairngorm itself) and the fertile, well-settled coastal plain around Forres and Elgin in the north, with the rich waters of the Moray Firth beyond. Yet somehow, Moray always seems to just miss out on greatness: Braemar with its Highland Games is just across the border to the south, Cawdor Castle with its tourist-rich associations with Macbeth is just across the border to the west, while Aberdeen and the riches of North Sea oil are away to the east.

Here's my attempt to put things right, with a couple of films about Forres, a most attractive little town with a pleasant little museum stuffed to the ceilings with geology and fossils.