What's the story?

A new six-part series of Grand Tours of Scotland's Lochs begins on BBC One Scotland, Monday, 7.30pm.

That sounds exciting.

It does. Big Paul Murton fan.

Paul Murton? Is that the guy from Have I Got News For You?

No, that's Paul Merton.

Ah, yeah. So, what can we expect?

A magical tour around the firths of Easter Ross and Sutherland, following in the footsteps of Bonnie Prince Charlie at the lochs of Moidart, and being wowed by the stunning landscapes around Loch Hope, Loch Eriboll and the Kyle of Durness to Sandwood Bay.

Murton sails along a well-loved route through the Kyles of Bute to Dunoon, discovering a secret history of the Second World War's bouncing bombs along the way. The quiet lochs of the Borders and Fife's forgotten lochs will also be in the limelight.

Anything else?

The opening episode visits Wester Ross where Murton explores the heritage of Little Loch Broom, travels to the off-grid community of Scoraig and delves into the hidden depths of the Corrieshalloch Gorge.

In Ullapool, on the shores of Loch Broom, he learns about the huge fleet of Russian fish factory ships, known as Klondykers, that used to visit the town.

And if I don't like lochs?

Then I don't think we can be friends.