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Road safety in the playground with children riding their bikes around the circuit at Kilsyth. (clip) 
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Title: ROAD SAFETY AND INTERVIEW WITH BRUCE FORSYTH
Reference number: T0799
Director: d. Geoff Rimmer
Production company: Scottish Television
Running time: 23.26 mins
Description: T.V. Documentary from the mid 1960s reporting on the action the Stirlingshire police force is taking towards road safety. The second report is a interview with the entertainer Bruce Forsyth backstage at the Alhambra Theatre in Glasgow.
ph. Varick Easton
ph. Ron Fraser
sd. Len Southam
film ed. Fred Bull
programme associate David Duncan
programme editor Bill Lyall
Shotlist: Opening sequence (0.32) int shot of Bill Tennent driving car in a driving assessment with a police officer around the streets of a city, comes to a stop outside the police headquarters in Stirling (1.24) Tennent to camera; i/v with police officer discussing B.T.'s driving outside Police head quarters in Stirling (3.41) talking head i/v with Sergeant Muir, head of training for driving and road safety; intercut with shots of driver training in progress [one driving a Hillman Imp] (6.53) talking head i/v with Chief Constable, David Gray in his office discussing road safety (9.52) gvs of a road safety playground with children riding their bikes around the circuit at Kilsyth; c/u sign "The facilities were provided with the help of a grant from the National Playing Fields Association (Scottish Branch)"; B.T. winding up first half of programme (11.32) [end of part one logo and countdown sequence and part two logo] (12.01) B.T. backstage at the Alhambra theatre in Glasgow interviewing Bruce Forsyth, discussing his career, national service; his big breakthrough; his relationship with success [during run of "Little Me"] (22.41) e.c.s. (23.26).
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