Young in Heart
Five films about the industries of Central Scotland. All in colour.
Rivers at Work (1958). The story of the electrification of the Highlands by the North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board. Commentary by John Grierson.
Central Scotland (1962). A regional geography film covering the area bounded by lines from Stonehaven to Helensburgh and Girvan to Dunbar. It looks at various industries in this central belt - steel, engineering, shipbuilding, thread and textiles, coal, electricity, oil, plastics, and farming.
Young in Heart (1963). The development and production of the Hillman Imp car at the Linwood industrial plant, starring Bill (Dr Finlay) Simpson.
The Invergordon Smelter (1972). The conception and construction of the aluminium smelter at Invergordon. Produced for the British Aluminium Co. Ltd.
The Clyde Estuary (1975). An educational film tracing the history of shipping and the shipbuilding industries on the Clyde estuary. Produced by SEFA (Glasgow Group).
TOTAL RUNNING TIME: 100 mins