A class of primary school pupils talked politics to the BBC in 1979
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Scottish independence referendum: Were you in the class of 1979?

Hands up if you were in primary school in 1979 and spoke to the BBC about that year's Scottish devolution referendum? Don't worry, no one's getting detention.

We want to trace the eight youngsters who talked politics as part of our results night programme.

What were they saying 35 years ago about Scotland's future? And what are they saying today, just months ahead of the Scottish independence referendum?

Now we need your help, because we have very little information to go on. We know the filming was done in the Cathcart area of Glasgow, but that's it.

Do you recognise yourself? Maybe you know someone. Or you might have been a teacher at the school.

If you can help trace these interviewees - who will now be in their early to mid-40s - please get in touch by emailing newsonlinescotland@bbc.co.uk or phoning 0141 422 7596. You can also follow our progress on social media by using #classof79.

  • 13 May 2014