Scottish Independence: Battle of Bannockburn 700th anniversary event

Scottish Independence: Battle of Bannockburn 700th anniversary event; SCOTLAND: Stirling: Bannockburn: EXT Teenage schoolchildren lay wreath at Battle of Bannockburn rotunda memorial site (to mark 700th anniversary of Battle of Bannockburn) Statue of Robert the Bruce at Bannockburn memorial site Reporter to camera Edinburgh: Piper in kilt playing bagpipes in street Tourists taking photographs Tourists in busy street with bagpiper in foreground Lesley Riddoch (Journalist and Brodcaster) along with reporter and interview SOT Group of men dressed in 'Braveheart' costumes shout and scream into camera during photocall outside cinema (showing gala screening of Mel Gibson film, 'Braeheart') Bagpiper playing outside cinema INT Brian Cox (Actor) interview SOT EXT Various of Jim Murphy MP ('Better Together' campaign) addressing small gathering in street from soapbox (actually Irn Bru crates) (not heard) 'No Thanks' banners hang on wall behind Jim Murphy Jim Murphy interview SOT - this isn't a re-run of a Braveheart movie, it's the biggest decision we will ever take, it's irreversible, it comes with enormous risks Stirling: Bannockburn: Robert the Bruce monument / statue at Bannockburn memorial site Robert the Bruce statue with Scottish flag flying in distance

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Date created: June 24, 2014
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