Should anyone be interested and have a little over an hour to dedicate, here is a documentary based on the book that was mentioned in an earlier post: Born Fighting- How the Ulster-Scots Shaped America
narrated by the very author of the book of the same name, Senator James Webb (D-Virginia).
I've not watched the entire production yet, but I have read the book. Although it was engaging and quite fascinating, at times Mr. Webb seemed to take a few liberties. Also, there were times when I wondered if I was reading a book about the Scots-Irish or the effects of the War Between the States. Those parts, while interesting, seemed to detract from the subject. A different book, and in some ways more balanced, is The Scotch-Irish: A Social History
by James G. Leyburn. At any rate, I hope you enjoy the documentary.
I've also included a shorter BBC documentary entitled Dawn of the Ulster Scots.