A: I felt like I did some of that with Glad Rag Doll when I took all the songs I heard from the 78s and [the family’s] gramophone collection and put it into a show. My father died a month ago, so you can imagine that it’s very soon to be speaking about him. It’s very raw. I feel grateful I was able to honour his love for sheet music while he was here and able to enjoy it. He was at the first Glad Rag Doll show and I had his gramophone on stage with pictures of our family. His [death] has left me and my sister shattered. This new album is not my father’s collection, but I’m not doing a 180-degree turn when it comes to performance. I won’t leave him behind.
From 2014 to 2016, opposite Sam Heughan , Caitriona Balfe and Graham McTavish , Walters portrayed the featured role of Angus Mhor in the television adaptation of Diana Gabaldon 's best selling Scottish time travel novel Outlander .   The expansion of Walters' Angus and Grant O'Rourke's Rupert MacKenzie is a favourite of Gabaldon's, who has described the television characters as "the 1800's version of Laurel and Hardy".  Between seasons one and two of Outlander, Walters was featured in two stylistically different shows for the BBC. The first was an appearance in two episodes of Dickensian (2015), a drama based upon the concept that author Charles Dickens ' notable characters lived in the same Victorian neighbourhood. He was featured, opposite Stephen Rea 's Inspector Bucket, as accused murderer Manning.  Second, Walters guest starred as Borel in an episode of The Musketeers (2015), a retelling of Alexanre Dumas' classic French novel The Three Musketeers .  Set in seventeenth century Paris, the series was filmed in Prague .