In this edited version of the broadcast, the frustrated expletives and sighs of Grahame Mac Gregor can be heard which were originally broadcast on the 7.50am radio bulletin for the BBC's Borders region.
A spokesman for BBC Scotland said, "We apologise for any offence caused and we are looking into the matter to find out how the problem with the bulletin arose." "There is an internal inquiry under way, but we do not discuss individuals," he added.
There is no agreement about the purpose of the earthwork.
There is another ancient site on the north west edge of the town, at Torwoodlee, an Iron Age hill fort, with a later Broch known as Torwoodlee Broch built in the western quarter of the hill fort, and overlapping some of the defensive ditches of the original fort.
The Romans destroyed the broch in AD 140, soon after it was completed.
The town's coat of arms shows two foxes reaching up to eat plums from a tree, and the motto is Sour Plums pronounced in Scots as soor plooms.
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is a Scottish burgh in Selkirkshire on the Gala Water river. Galashiels is a major commercial centre for the Borders region.
The town is known for textile making, and is the location of Heriot-Watt University's School of Textiles and Design, Galashiels Academy and one campus of the Borders College, which as of 2009 has moved and now joins with the University.
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