Who do you think you are?

Who do you think you are?

Scotland's DNA: Tartan export

In the final part of our series, we look at how Scots' DNA has made its mark on the world over the last 300 years

Scotland's DNA: Who do you think you are? - Part 4

Our series on the DNA make-up of Scots looks at how the Vikings left an indelible mark on this country and in particular Orkney, where around 20 per cent of all Orcadian men carry the bloodthirsty raiders' M17 marker

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Scotland's DNA: In search of a lost tribe - Part Three

NAMES tell stories. And few are more fascinating than the story of the name of Britain. It was probably coined by a Greek traveller some time around 320BC. Pytheas made an epic journey to these islands, the earliest recorded to come down to us.

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