The Late Late Show comes to Angus!
Craig Ferguson, host of The Late Late Show, recently brought the popular US late-night talk show to Scotland for a week of special episodes. Due to air on CBS from 14th-18th May, the episodes were filmed in March when Craig, originally from Cumbernauld, brought guests including Michael Clarke Duncan, Mila Kunis, Rashida Jones, Ariel Tweto and David Sedaris over to his home country for what looks like was one madcap week.
While running around the country with pantomine horses and a talking skeleton, the show visited a whole host of different locations, including the Tron Theatre in Glasgow, Edinburgh Castle, Arbroath, where the cast enjoyed some locally-made smokies, and Glamis Castle.
Arbroath in Angus is home to the famous Declaration of 1320 that was an inspiration to the USA's own Declaration of Independence - which has just been celebrated again, as every year, on 4th July.
How many people know the immortal words - 'It is in truth not for glory, nor riches, nor honours that we are fighting, but for freedom alone, which no honest man gives up but with life itself.'
Watch The Late Late Show in Scotland promo, with music by Glasgow band The Imagineers, and visit www.cbs.com/scotland for more information and clips.