*Spoiler Warning* Sam Heughan & Graham McTavish Discuss “Men in Kilts” and Outlander with TV Insider   2 comments

 

From TV Insider: 

So you’ve covered, food, spirits and sports so far. What else is coming up?

Sam: Episode 4 is witchcraft and superstition, which is a spooky episode and really fascinating. The history of Scotland.

Graham: Oh yeah. The Clan episode.

Sam: Which is great fun. Song and dance. It’s just brilliant, really good fun. A lot of the traditional culture is passed through song and through storytelling and dance. So we get involved there, which is great fun. And the natural beauty, just looking at the beauty of Scotland.

 

More after the jump! 

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Men in Kilts uses clips from Outlander to provide context for certain events from Scotland’s history. Was it important that Outlander be in the series? Or was it just a convenient storytelling tool?

Graham: I think it really compliments actually.

Sam: We had a big discussion about it at the start. Obviously Men In Kilts has its own show, but we needed to supply context on why we were here and why we are going on this journey. And we use Outlander further on, especially in the Culloden episode, to really portray what happened during that battle. It’s a brilliant resource to have and it’s such a beautiful show that we couldn’t not use it. And we’re very lucky that we had access to it.

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2 responses to “*Spoiler Warning* Sam Heughan & Graham McTavish Discuss “Men in Kilts” and Outlander with TV Insider

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  1. I loved the Clanlands book. It was very interesting, funny and entertaining. I have a difficult time waiting for the next episode. I absolutely love it! Sam & Graham you are so great together. Great show! ❤️👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

  2. Finally I am the proud owner of the Clanlands book. Finally I get to read and enjoy the pages of Sam and Graham becoming best buddies on a fantastic Scottish travelling experience. A big thank you to Sam and Graham for giving us all something to really enjoy.

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