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A Trip Down The Clyde


Produced for a micro-radio broadcast as part of an exhibition at the Fairfield ship yards for the Glasgow international festival of visual art in 2010 this nostalgic documentary features interviews with people who used to work in the shipyards or holidayed on the river Clyde. The recordings were gathered during memory sharing workshops at the Lighthouse. The final piece is an evocative blend of voices, found tapes, music and sound effects. Part of the programme was originally commissioned to accompany a film compiled of clips of amateur films from the Scottish Screen Archive by Rob Kennedy for the exhibition, 'The Clyde - Films of the River 1912-1971' at the Lighthouse, Glasgow.

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