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Downton Abbey: It's the TV event of Christmas... and we've been given a sneak preview - by the Scottish aristocrats whose stately home bagged a starring role

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The manicured lawns of Downton have been swapped for the granite walls of Inveraray Castle, set between Loch Fyne and the Grampians in the Highland mountains, in this Christmas special....

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