BBC ALBA Trushadh: Series 7 Vintage Culture

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Scotland is enjoying a love affair with vintage style. Barely a weekend goes by in our cities without a vintage fair, flea market, or themed wedding. Even on the islands the success of tea dances, swing classes, big bands, and upcycled furniture suggests a growing nostalgia for bygone days.

Amongst those we meet, costume designer, Donna Bryce-MacLeod from Glasgow who is a frequent visitor of vintage clothes stores, for both work and play. Dòl Eoin MacKinnon's vintage interest derives from his enduring love of the music of Buddy Holly.

In Skye, Shona MacDonald rescues and upcycles old furniture. We also meet the niece of Jerry Lee Lewis' who runs her own American style diner in Wishaw, and we take a trip back in time with some Mods. Seann an Ùr - a fascinating look at the burgeoning vintage scene in Scotland

Scotland is enjoying a love affair with vintage style. Barely a weekend goes by in our cities without a vintage fair, flea market, or themed wedding. Even on the islands the success of tea dances, swing classes, big bands, and upcycled furniture suggests a growing nostalgia for bygone days.

Amongst those we meet, costume designer, Donna Bryce-MacLeod from Glasgow who is a frequent visitor of vintage clothes stores, for both work and play. Dòl Eoin MacKinnon's vintage interest derives from his enduring love of the music of Buddy Holly.

In Skye, Shona MacDonald rescues and upcycles old furniture. We also meet the niece of Jerry Lee Lewis' who runs her own American style diner in Wishaw, and we take a trip back in time with some Mods. Seann an Ùr - a fascinating look at the burgeoning vintage scene in Scotland

Scotland is enjoying a love affair with vintage style. Barely a weekend goes by in our cities without a vintage fair, flea market, or themed wedding. Even on the islands the success of tea dances, swing classes, big bands, and upcycled furniture suggests a growing nostalgia for bygone days.

Amongst those we meet, costume designer, Donna Bryce-MacLeod from Glasgow who is a frequent visitor of vintage clothes stores, for both work and play. Dòl Eoin MacKinnon's vintage interest derives from his enduring love of the music of Buddy Holly.

In Skye, Shona MacDonald rescues and upcycles old furniture. We also meet the niece of Jerry Lee Lewis' who runs her own American style diner in Wishaw, and we take a trip back in time with some Mods. Seann an Ùr - a fascinating look at the burgeoning vintage scene in Scotland

Scotland is enjoying a love affair with vintage style. Barely a weekend goes by in our cities without a vintage fair, flea market, or themed wedding. Even on the islands the success of tea dances, swing classes, big bands, and upcycled furniture suggests a growing nostalgia for bygone days.

Amongst those we meet, costume designer, Donna Bryce-MacLeod from Glasgow who is a frequent visitor of vintage clothes stores, for both work and play. Dòl Eoin MacKinnon's vintage interest derives from his enduring love of the music of Buddy Holly.

In Skye, Shona MacDonald rescues and upcycles old furniture. We also meet the niece of Jerry Lee Lewis' who runs her own American style diner in Wishaw, and we take a trip back in time with some Mods. Seann an Ùr - a fascinating look at the burgeoning vintage scene in Scotland

Scotland is enjoying a love affair with vintage style. Barely a weekend goes by in our cities without a vintage fair, flea market, or themed wedding. Even on the islands the success of tea dances, swing classes, big bands, and upcycled furniture suggests a growing nostalgia for bygone days.

Amongst those we meet, costume designer, Donna Bryce-MacLeod from Glasgow who is a frequent visitor of vintage clothes stores, for both work and play. Dòl Eoin MacKinnon's vintage interest derives from his enduring love of the music of Buddy Holly.

In Skye, Shona MacDonald rescues and upcycles old furniture. We also meet the niece of Jerry Lee Lewis' who runs her own American style diner in Wishaw, and we take a trip back in time with some Mods. Seann an Ùr - a fascinating look at the burgeoning vintage scene in Scotland

Scotland is enjoying a love affair with vintage style. Barely a weekend goes by in our cities without a vintage fair, flea market, or themed wedding. Even on the islands the success of tea dances, swing classes, big bands, and upcycled furniture suggests a growing nostalgia for bygone days.

Amongst those we meet, costume designer, Donna Bryce-MacLeod from Glasgow who is a frequent visitor of vintage clothes stores, for both work and play. Dòl Eoin MacKinnon's vintage interest derives from his enduring love of the music of Buddy Holly.

In Skye, Shona MacDonald rescues and upcycles old furniture. We also meet the niece of Jerry Lee Lewis' who runs her own American style diner in Wishaw, and we take a trip back in time with some Mods. Seann an Ùr - a fascinating look at the burgeoning vintage scene in Scotland

Period7 Oct 2014

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Media contributions

  • TitleBBC Alba Trusadh - Series 7 - Vintage Culture
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletBBC Alba
    Media typeTelevision
    Duration/Length/Size1 hour
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date7/10/14
    DescriptionProvided expert contribution/comment on the apparent 'retro' turn in contemporary Scottish popular culture and lifestyle
    URLwww.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04kfjzg
    PersonsCarlton Brick