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The Glen Cinema Disaster

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Published on Feb 17, 2010

On Hogmanay 1929, 71 children died in Britains worst cinema disaster. Buried behind the walls of a furniture shop in Paisleys town centre the Glen Cinema and its tragic story have been rediscovered.

As the town commemorates the disaster, for the first time in 75 years, survivors and witnesses recall the horror they were told to forget.

Commissioned for BBC Scotlands EX:S, The Glen Cinema Disaster mixes dramatic reconstruction, archive footage and emotional witness testimony.

Credits
Director/Producer: James Alcock, Simon Hipkins
Narrator: Iain Glen
Camera: Simon Hipkins
Sound: James Alcock
Production Manager: Carolyn Church
Editors: James Alcock, Simon Hipkins
Dubbing Mixer: Paul Wilson
Executive Producer: Pauline Law

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BBC ONE Scotland I EX:S I 01.02.05
The History Channel UK I Various

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