It's a heavenly day in the Highlands, the strong afternoon sun bouncing off the blackness of Loch Ness like arc lights off an eight-ball.
In Inverness, preparations are under way for a public appearance by the famous scientist and atheist Richard Dawkins, author of The God Delusion. Six miles out of town, in the village of Dores, there lives a man who is, in some ways, the anti-Dawkins. He is a true believer, a defender of faith, though what he believes in is not some deity above but rather the beast below. Steve Feltham has dedicated his life to finding the Loch Ness Monster.
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Have you ever felt like dropping out of the rat-race? This is a film (below) about Steve Feltham, a man from Dorset who did just that. For 17 years he has lived in a caravan on the shores of Loch Ness, watching for the monster.