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The Future of Scotland (1948)
An optimistic film describing post-war Scotland.

Population Loss Video Clip

Borders: A Sense of Place (2002)
Physical and mental borders in today’s Scotland.

Racism in Fife audio clip

Fifty Years, Fifty Lives (2002)
A half century of memories from everyday Scots.
Afghan Chipshop audio clip
Coming from China audio clip
Jamaican Shopping audio clip
Peddlers audio clip

Italiani in Scozzia (1981)
Experiences of Italian immigrants to Scotland.

First Impressions audio clip
Ice Cream and Chestnuts audio clip
Walking from Italy audio clip

Kingston Bridge: A Sense of Place (2002)
Views on Glasgow’s Kingston Bridge.
Glasgow Architecture audio clip

Scotland’s Century (1999)
Scots give their memories of events of the last century.

Boat to Australia audio clip
Community Incomers audio clip
Italian Arrivals audio clip
Jewish Immigration audio clip
Language Barriers audio clip
New Life in Australia audio clip
Pakistani Immigration audio clip
Pakistani and Indian Work audio clip
Racial Integration audio clip
Tales of Discrimination audio clip
Leaving the Land audio clip

Scotland on Film (2003)
Interviewees from the TV programme share memories of Scotland.
Bashir Maan - Work on Arrival Video Clip

St Kilda: Odyssey (1980)
From a radio series looking back at island life before the evacuation.

St Kilda's Demise audio clip
Evacuation Day audio clip
Health Problems audio clip
Immigration and Emigration
New Towns and Peripheral Housing
New Ideas and New Technology
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Tom Moir from New Zealand. Leaving Scotland.
I left Scotland some two and a half years ago. I remember leaving Paisley with a temperature of -5C in January and arriving in Auckland, New Zealand a few days later with a temparature of 25C! I have never worn any of my Scottish winter clothes since I got here.

 



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