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Get ready for the greatest road trip ever attempted without pants. Men in Kilts: A Roadtrip with Sam and Graham premieres this Valentine’s Day on STARZ.

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The journey of “Men in Kilts: A Roadtrip with Sam and Graham” takes viewers from the heart of Scotland at Glencoe, the site of a great massacre and major clan feud to Inverness and the Culloden battlefield, the site of a great battle and historic turning point, known well to fans of “Outlander,” that molded Scotland as we know it today.

33 replies
  1. reicirith
    reicirith says:

    I'm watching the show now, and 30% of it is Sam trying to annoy Graham to death, and 40% is the guests looking at Sam and Graham utterly confused at their antics, and then 30% is the actual subject matter.

  2. Vin1681
    Vin1681 says:

    I absolutely loved watching this series. Especially when they interviewed Alistair Moffatt. Alot of what he spoke about what the Highlanders do to prepare for battle are similar to what Maori do.

    The Highlanders would place their eldest men up the front of the packs to lead the battle charge as they believed their courage (mana), pride and experience would filter down to the the younger perhaps less experienced clansmen following behind. Their energy and bravery would also spur the men forth and prepare them for the upcoming battle.
    Before they would commence the charge they would go into a deep chant. The English soldiers witnessing their chanting display believed they were praying but what they were actually doing was reciting their genealogy. Their fathers, their grandfathers, their clans, their ancestry, their mountains and rivers. And as they recited them they would get louder and louder psyching themselves up going into a trance like WILD state – calling on their ancestors to be with them and help them to be victorious in battle and to prepare theirs hearts to get ready for war. This wild look of terror and death is pretty much what Maori call a pukana. Its the look you have to terrify your enemy, the last look you want your enemy to see just before you take their life. Sounds insane but its true…
    The chanting also helped to encourage the Highlanders and remind them of who they were, where they came from and where they would go should they not make it out alive.

    This is similar to what a haka is. Maori will call upon their ancestors to give them the courage they need to win the battle. They will shout at, mock and taunt their enemy. Tell them in great detail how they're going to die and psyche themselves up for battle.

    As a maori I found this absolutely fascinating to listen to. I loved it so much I went out and bought one of his books. Very cool!!

  3. B Mack
    B Mack says:

    It's a real shame this has never been released from pay to view. You'd have thought they'd have let Prime customers have it by now. I won't be subscribing to watch nor Outlander season 6 either if they do the same for this show.

  4. Odile Messageot
    Odile Messageot says:

    J aime ces deux acteurs, mais jami plus particulièrement. Je regarde outlander en boucle jusqu’à cette saison 6.
    Mais jami a un charisme et des yeux incroyables. Dans son regard les yeux ne trompent pas on sent une belle âme , de la tendresse et de l amour pour toute sa famille, une droiture. Ça ne m étonné pas qu il ai besoin de solitude dans les higlands pour pouvoir écrire, c est bien d être en tête à tête avec soi même et je le sens bien profond. Vraiment je ne m en lasse pas et j adore l Écosse et l rlande, deux magnifiques pays avec un art de vivre qui me plait beaucoup. Merci à lui et à vous deux. Je vous embrasse bien amicalement.

  5. 노명희
    노명희 says:

    55세의 대한민국 여성입니다.
    아웃랜더를 보고 샘휴건의 팬이 되었습니다.
    한국어로 자막을 볼 수 있게 부탁디립니다.


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