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British Connection: Clydebank & Kelso

Cothrom air dà phrògram bhon t-sreath The British Connection a bha a' feuchainn ri dealbh fhaighinn air beatha dhaoine am Breatainn anns na seachdadan agus a' faighneachd cò iad. B' ann air Bruach Chluaidh faisg air Glaschu agus air Cealsaidh ann an criochan na h-Alba a bha a' phrosbaig le muinntir gach sgìre ag innse dè seòrsa beatha làitheil a bh' aca agus iad a' beachdachadh air a' cheist an e Breatannaich no an e Albannaich a bh' annta. Chaidh na prògraman a chraoladh an toiseach sa Mhàrt 1978.

An opportunity to watch two programmes from the BBC television series The British Connection that explored people's sense of identity during the 1970s, focusing on the Scottish towns of Clydebank and Kelso. Representatives from both communities give an insight into their lives at the time, discuss how they feel about their local environment and whether they feel Scottish or British. The programmes were first broadcast in March 1978.

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1 hour

Last on

Wed 1 Jul 2015 23:00