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Frankie sets off on a stand-up tour of Scotland. On four trips to four gigs, he meets a heady mix of people and places, filtering his nation’s past and present through his unique mind.

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Frankie goes from Aberdeen to Oban to discover how Scotland's landscape has shaped the nation, meeting a hermit, joining a commune and going underneath a mountain.

Frankie travels from Edinburgh to Aberdeen to explore language. He meets a famous crime writer, joins a language lesson in a jail and learns how to be offensive in sign language.

Frankie travels from Glasgow to a stand-up show in Ayr. Along the way, he learns martial arts, explores the life of Scotland's most famous queen and has a go on the dodgems.

Frankie travels from Oban to Glasgow. His journey takes him from a submarine base to Bannockburn, before he helps paint a mural in Glasgow and explores the city's darkest chapter.

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Frankie Boyle's Tour of Scotland review – och aye, it's the new travelogue king!

There comes a time in every comedian’s career, says Boyle, when its time to sign up for a televised jolly. If only they were all as hilarious as this spiky, Billy Connolly-style adventure

I t is so rare that I laugh – actually laugh out loud – at a programme that I cannot remember the last time. I smile plenty – sometimes wryly, sometimes balefully, sometimes properly – sigh in appreciative recognition of a beautifully crafted joke often, and mentally prostrate myself before a cast member or members’ flawless comic timing often enough that it remains a precious joy. But I belly-laughed throughout Frankie Boyle’s Tour of Scotland on BBC Two, and emerged much refreshed at the end of this half hour of him “reconnecting with Scotland, its people and its historical figures … [infinitesimally longer than necessary pause] and the many and varied ways in which English people killed them”.

Your mileage may vary of course. But as one of Boyle’s compatriots has it, for those who like this sort of thing, this is the sort of thing they like. I personally can take about as much of Boyle’s low-energy monotone undercut by unexpected swerves, and low-energy exterior belying a sly, witty mind working a mile a minute, as you care to throw at me. If you can’t, there will be plenty of standard travelogues along in the very near future, I’m sure.

Boyle takes in Inveraray, Ben Cruachan, Oban, Mull and Glencoe (“Like me it has a rugged natural beauty and we’ve both caused several ramblers to go missing”), the site of the 1692 massacre of the MacDonalds (“an example of what could happen if you tried to pacify the Highlands before heroin”). Glencoe was also home more recently to the late Jimmy Savile, Boyle’s riff on whom we will not disturb your weekend with here. In Balmoral, he ponders whether the Royal family come to Scotland to use working-class lifespans to teach their children about mortality, “like you or I would buy them a hamster.” After a moment of genuine appreciation for the view (“the light’s different every time”), he reflects on the ferry from Oban to Mull: “Imagine living over there … It’s a good fantasy. But then you realise there’s no shops and you’ll be dead in a week.” The flat tone suggests he is not exaggerating, simply resigning himself to the human capacity for folly.

Boyle with Jake Williams, a hermit living in rural Aberdeenshire.

Having comedians take you round a city or country or continent is a way of adding value and life to a staid and well-worn format. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t (sometimes within the same series – see Richard Ayoade’s Travel Man , which varied with his companions, though Ayoade himself was always worth the price of admission at least). When you’re doing Scotland, of course, the shadow of Billy Connolly stalks you – as Boyle acknowledges – but Boyle is easily as good at extemporising and modulating himself to bring out the best in interviewees, and he has a decently written script in between. There may also be some viewers who find him a less effortful and exhausting companion than Connolly during his motorbiking years.

Next week’s episode touches on language (“Here, ‘fucking’ is just a warning that a noun is on its way”), Sir Walter Scott, poverty, prison, crime and crime fiction. Boyle is a good guide, sufficiently engaged and detached at the same time. If, as he says, there comes a time in every comedian’s career when he turns to travelogues, we can be glad he has arrived at his.

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14th Feb 2020

Frankie travels from Edinburgh to Aberdeen to explore language. He meets a famous crime writer, joins a language lesson in a jail and learns how to be offensive in sign language.

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7th Feb 2020

Frankie goes from Aberdeen to Oban to discover how Scotland's landscape has shaped the nation, meeting a hermit, joining a commune and going underneath a mountain.

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Frankie Boyle's Tour of Scotland Glasgow to Ayr

Glasgow to Ayr

21st Feb 2020

Frankie travels from Glasgow to a stand-up show in Ayr. Along the way, he learns martial arts, explores the life of Scotland’s most famous queen and has a go on the dodgems.

Frankie Boyle's Tour of Scotland Oban to Glasgow

Oban to Glasgow

28th Feb 2020

Frankie travels from Oban to Glasgow. His journey takes him from a submarine base to Bannockburn, before he helps paint a mural in Glasgow and explores the city’s darkest chapter.

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Frankie Boyle travels from Aberdeen to Oban to explore how Scotland's landscape has shaped the nation's history and meets people who live off the land today. It is a journey that sees him contemplate where best to go whilst in witness protection, discuss why people shouldn't trust extroverts and question whether horses laugh.

On his journey, Frankie meets a hermit called Jake who lives in the forests of the north east of Scotland. Frankie finds out why Jake has retreated to the countryside before exploring his very unique treehouse.

On the north east coast of Scotland, Frankie visits the community of Findhorn. He finds out how this remote area of barren sand dunes became transformed into a thriving village whose main aim is to be environmentally, economically and socially self-sustaining. Frankie helps out in the greenhouse and explores the humble beginnings of the commune and questions whether he is suited to life in a remote community.

Frankie travels to one of the most stunning glens in the Highlands and gives his own unique perspective on one of the darkest events in Scotland's history - the Glencoe massacre. Visiting the beautiful town of Inveraray, he meets Andy Wightman , an MSP and a campaigner for land reform, who explains why more than half of Scotland is owned by fewer than 500 people.

Frankie then goes deep underground to visit the Cruachan Power Station. Frankie travels along a kilometre-long tunnel to see the huge turbine hall that has been carved out of solid granite in the heart of a mountain and meet one of the 'Tunnel Tigers' who worked on the construction of this engineering marvel. Frankie then goes into full celebrity travelogue-mode as he embarks on a ferry journey to the Isle of Mull. The journey culminates in a stand-up show in Oban.

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If you thought Frankie Boyle 's four-part jaunt around Scotland was just another comic dropping off the mousewheel for a freebie, think again; apart from anything else, Mr Boyle is there well before you and does all those gags but better. And it is a severely different beast to so many travelogues, in that it includes genuine understated humour, mainly through the voiceovered asides: your ears blink in a disbelieving, did-he-just-say-that? manner. Within five minutes he meets a hermit "who's chosen to live alone amid the shallow graves of the dense forests of Rhynie in Aberdeenshire", and delighted hermit Jake by describing his caravan-in-a-treehouse as both "a kind of low-level Scottish Dignitas" and "this is where I'd like to come if I was in witness protection", while gently mocking the vogue for "living in the moment". "What, like a heroin addict, or a dog?"

Boyle quite likes the long-established eco-community of Findhorn, "which has its own currency and, sadly, its own theatre", and notes, driving down Glencoe - "like me it has a rugged and a dramatic beauty, and we've both caused several ramblers to go missing" - that Jimmy Savile once had a home here. I can never quite look that savage glen straight in the eyes again. "Here he would entertain such luminaries as his friend Margaret Thatcher and the demon Adrammelech, ancient Assyrian commander of hell."

A few decades earlier it fell to another comedian, Billy Connolly , to pithily rip off the carapaces of many aspects of his own country, exposing coy kailyard sentimentality and sectarianism for the ludicrosities they were. Boyle is doing an equally smack-up job of explaining the confusions of a small-sprawled nation to ourselves, in the fraught and twitchy 2020s, while knitting in just enough aspects of history and politics, such as Robert the Bruce's drive for independence - "700 years before Nicola Sturgeon took up his mantle. And his haircut" - to keep it all urgently relevant. I'd urge anyone watching south of the border to revel in it. You might learn something; if little else, then to relish the high concept of tinder-dry, mournful glee.

TV review: Frankie Boyle's Tour Of Scotland

Frankie Boyle's Tour Of Scotland is a four-part programme of delicate genius and stirring depth.

"There comes a time in every comedian's life where he ends up doing travelogues," says Frankie Boyle , and so we join the comic on a bucolic tour of his home country as he prepares new material in small clubs for an upcoming UK run. Boyle is typically caustic, spending time with a hermit, Jake, in Aberdeenshire and contemplating spots to hide out in case he's placed in witness protection, as well as monologuing on a picturesque ferry ride to the Isle of Mull.

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