Travelpass – it's just the ticket (clip 2)
Promotional film for the Highland Board's "Rover" ticket.
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A promotional film that shows two young women travelling about Scotland in the Nineteen Seventies using the Highland Board's “Rover” ticket. In this clip the two amorous young men continue to chase our plucky heroines who luckily manage to escape to Orkney where they are able to enjoy a relaxing sightseeing holiday as they always intended.
Questions & Activities
- Where are the girls going?
- What are the advertisers trying to sell to young people?
- Put another way: What are the advertisers hoping will trigger young people to buy this product?
- What are the features and benefits of a Travelpass? Would Scotland be a better place if more people used public transport?
Advertising / Moving Image Education: Cut the Travelpass clips down to a one minute, pacey, modern TV, cinema or internet advert using the same footage.
Geography/ Skills for Life / Numeracy: Use the internet to plan journeys around Scotland.
English / Creative writing: Write a letter back to your parents describing your adventures. This might be serious or comic.
|Resource Rights Holder||Courtesy of Highlands and Islands Enterprise|
|School Subject||Media Studies, Religious and Moral Education, Geography, English, Mathematics, Modern Studies|
|Subject Matter||Rivers and Coasts, Creative Writing, Advertising|
|Who||Films of Scotland (sponsor), Highlands and Islands Development Board (sponsor), Murray Grigor (director), Viz Ltd (production company)|
|Where||North Sea, Orkney|