This is what life was like growing up in 70s Scotland. Told through laughter, tears and 70s hit music numbers we follow Jim's life as he negotiates the stormy waters of adolescence. From school playground to school disco we witness his life through his memories as it unfolded around him.
His first encounters with love, death and stumbling dealings with the opposite sex are played out for all to see, plus there s musical tributes to the songs that could be heard in school discos everywhere during the 70s: Bohemian Rhapsody , YMCA , Puppy Love and of course the Bay City Rollers hit Shang-a-Lang .
This production has it all and the strong cast brings the story to life with verve and energy that will leave you crying out for more.
Thats exactly what the Japanese did to Korea, targeting the famous entrance gates of the 14th century Gyeongbukgung Palace in the very heart of Seoul. The people of Korea are now rebuilding their sacred palace gates and this lavish documentary follows the trials and tribulations of the ensemble of archaeologists, engineers, architects and craftsmen as they set about restoring the Korean nations most important historic centrepiece.