About the Podcast
Wild for Scotland is an immersive storytelling podcast by award-winning Scotland travel blogger Kathi Kamleitner (Watch Me See).
Inspired by the ongoing travel restrictions due to the pandemic, the podcast is for Scotland-lovers around the world who miss travel and the opportunity to visit.
The show enables you to lean back and travel to Scotland. It allows you to connect with the country through stories, indulge in a little bit of escapism and dream up future trips.
Each episode includes an immersive story as well as a few practical trips to inspire future trips.
About the Host: Kathi Kamleitner
Kathi Kamleitner is an Austrian writer, who moved to Scotland in 2013 for uni, fell in love with the country and never left. Her award-winning Scotland travel blog Watch Me See is a trusted resource for visitors planning a trip to Scotland. She offers private walking tours of Glasgow and tailored itinerary planning services. Find out more about Kathi here.
Wild for Scotland is Kathi’s first podcast, but a natural continuation of her work with Watch Me See – a place to help people connect with Scotland through stories, pictures and sounds.
Season 1: Islands
The first season of Wild for Scotland is all about the Scottish isles.
Each of the 10 episodes travels to a different Scottish island on the west coast. Stories include:
- Visiting puffins on the Isle of Lunga.
- Hiking the Hebridean Way from Vatersay to Lewis.
- Tasting the best whiskies on Islay.
- Witnessing a stunning sunrise on the Isle of Skye.
The cover art of Wild for Scotland is illustrated by Lizzie Vaughan-Knight of Tartan Trailburner.
All original music on the show is composed by Bruce Wallace.
In the Press
Immerse yourself in Scotland from home: ‘Wild for Scotland’ Podcast, Scotland Magazine, September 2021
Podcast of the week: Wild for Scotland, The Times Scotland, 28 August 2021
Pick of the Podcasts, Sunday Post PS Magazine, 9 May 2021 (print only)
The UK Tour, BBC Radio 4 Podcast Radio Hour, 30 April 2021
Wild for Scotland: The Podcast, Under the Tartan Sky, 7 March 2021
Scottish islands podcast launches to keep people connected during travel restrictions, The Herald Scotland, 28 Feb 2021