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Cliff Richard and the dance troupe performing a version of ‘Let’s Have a Ceilidh’. (clip) 
Cliff arriving over the border to an arrangement of ‘London Pride’. Once in Scotland Cliff Richard and the company sing and dance to a medley combining popular Sixties and swing influences. (clip) 
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Title: CLIFF IN SCOTLAND
Reference number: T0854
Date: 1965c - 1969c
Director: d. Wendy Toye
Production company: Scottish Television
Running time: 25.39 mins
Description: T.V. Entertainment programme from the late 1960s with Cliff Richard singing traditional Scottish songs in a contemporary style with accompanying dance routines, with special guest Una Stubbs.
Scottish Television Network Colour Production.
Featuring: Una Stubbs, Louanne Richards, Jan Colet, Sheila Coxhill, Michele Hardy, Alix Kirsta, Frances Pidgeon, Tudor Davies, Norman Isgove, Rex Rainer, The Maljons, The Mike Sammes Singers, The Concert Orchestra.
musical associate & conductor Richard Holmes
musical arrangements by Ted Brennan, John Douglas, David Lindup
vision control supervisor Gerry Taylor
senior cameraman Reg Clowes
video tape ed. Ray Knipe
lighting d. Jimmy Boyers
sd. d. Ted Scott
animation & graphic design by George Wallder
make-up Yvonne Evans
p. ass. Anne W. Gibbons
ass. to choreographer Maggy Maxwell
Colour by A.T.V.
costumes designed by Malcolm Pride
settings by Tom Lingwood
devised & choreographed Wendy Toye
Shotlist: Title (1.35) Cliff Richard and company sing and dance medley including "Hail Caledonia", orchestral arrangement combining popular and swing influences, includes short skits with shot put and caber (5.15) gvs headshot Cliff sings "Over the Sea to Skye" (8.08) gvs "Miss Henrietta Bell" and Cliff "Courtin' in the Kitchen" (12.00) "O Soldier, Soldier, won't you Marry Me", with Una Stubbs (16.22) Skit, Cliff and company piped into dinner, Cliff sets light to haggis with whisky, sings "Let's Have a Ceilidh"; Cliff and company dance to a Scottish medley, including "Highland man's Umbrella" (17.10) gvs Cliff sings "I have Heard the Mavis Singing" (23.25) Finale. "Scotland the Brave" (24.08) ecs (26.00)
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