Youtube tcm series

In 1960s Scotland young people were listening to the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Lulu and the musicians and singers of the Scots Folk Revival like the Corries, Jean Redpath, Aly Bain, Phil Cunningham, Dick Gaughan and the McCalmans. BBC Learning Zone - Class Clips - Decline of Scotland's traditional industries in the 1960sWatch this BBC Learning Zone video clip about 1960s Scotland. BBC Learning Zone - Class Clips - Scottish car industry in the 1960sThe 1960s saw a rise in new industries in Scotland.
BBC Scotland Learning - Scotland in the 60sDiscover Scotland in the 1960s with Ham, the BBC's intergalactic collector.
National Library of Scotland - Elvis at PrestwickRead the bewildering story of when 1960s heartthrob, Elvis (the Pelvis) Presley, stopped off in Prestwick airport after military service to be met by hundreds of screaming Scottish fans.
BBC Learning Zone Scotland - Scottish industrial growth in the 1960sA short clip describing the Highlands and Islands Development Project in the 1960s and the relocation of workers and families from the central belt's inner cities to new towns and industries. BBC Scotland Learning - Social Change - Employment 1945 to 1979Explore social change in Scotland between 1945 and 1979 with this interactive resource for students at Intermediate levels.

Education Scotland is the national body in Scotland for supporting quality and improvement in learning and teaching.
Billy Connolly was half of the folk duo The Humblebums with Tam Harvey.Scotland appeared on the big screen in Walt Disney’s movie ‘Greyfriars Bobby’ and in ‘Ring of Bright Water’ based on Gavin Maxwell’s book. Explore why traditional industries were failing, unemployment was rising and the consequences for Scottish politics. Watch this short clip of the Linwood car factory and the first manufacture of the infamous Hillman Imp. Includes an interactive database with photographs, video clips and audio interviews covering a range of topics.
Learn about core employment industries using interactive links, storytellers, images and fun quizzes. Maggie Smith won the Best Actress Oscar for ‘The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie’, based on the novel by Muriel Spark.

Sean Connery became world famous as 007 - Ian Fleming’s James Bond.From 1962 until 1971 the BBC brought the fictional Scottish town of Tannochbrae to life in ‘Dr Finlay's Casebook’. Scots huddled around their TV screens to watch the moon landing in 1969.Polaris submarines were stationed on Holy Loch in the Firth of Clyde. Scotland’s first nuclear power stations were built, the Forth Road Bridge was opened and the North Sea Oil industry flourished.The 1970s brought decimalisation, Space Invaders arcade machines, the Sony Walkman, and ‘Star Wars’. Scots actor Denis Lawson (Ewan McGregor’s uncle) played Wedge in original Star Wars trilogy. Edward Woodward faced ‘The Wickerman’, and ‘Monty Python and the Holy Grail’ was filmed almost entirely in Scotland – with scenes at Glen Coe, Rannoch Moor and Doune Castle.

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