|Presented by||Dougie Vipond|
|Country of origin||Scotland|
|Running time||30 minutes approx.|
|Original network||BBC Two Scotland|
|Picture format||PAL (576i)|
|Original release||3 April 1976 – present|
Landward' was produced to replace the network agricultural programme Farming thus allowing a more Scottish focus on rural issues. The issues which Landward addresses are generally those within the rural public consciousness of Scotland, itself a country with a large farming community. Additionally, the show features stories covering Scotland's vast landscape, with various stories covering the wildlife and nature of the country.
From 1976 until 2007, it aired Sunday lunchtime, replacing the similar shows Farming and then later Countryfile which aired elsewhere in the UK; In 2007 Landward moved to a regular Friday evening slot, and replaced Countryfile only when it could not be shown in its usual slot (e.g. because of sports coverage). From April 2009, both programmes now have guaranteed prime time slots and one will no longer be dropped to accommodate the other.
The current presenter is Dougie Vipond, who took over the role in April 2009.
- Ross Muir (1976 - 1990s)
- Ken Rundle (1990s - 2007) 
- Nick Nairn (2007–2009)
- Dougie Vipond (2009 - onwards)
- John Harle (1970's)
- Ben Coutts (1970's - 1980's)
- Dan Buglass 1980's
- Eric Robson (1980s - 1990s)
- Euan McIlwraith - 1991 to present
- Nick Nairn - Current
- Sarah Mack - Current
Other reporters sometimes appear on a short-term basis, typically to present a series of reports on a given subject over a few weeks. Lee McKenzie and Amanda Hamilton have been semi-regular fill-in reporters in 2010-11. The programme formerly included a five-day Landward Weather forecast, usually presented by one of the BBC Scotland forecasters, however in 2014 the forecast was made available exclusively on the Landward website, and subsequently discontinued.
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