"The Brave Don't Cry" (1952) a reconstruction of a disaster at Knockshinnoch Castle Colliery in 1950, dramatises the tense events of the rescue of miners trapped underground after a pit shaft was flooded and nine men were lost. The difficult and dangerous rescue of all the survivors was made though abandoned workings full of gas. After some concern about a film based on a recent tragedy there was general agreement that the subject had been handled with sensitivity and dignity. The film features actors from the Glasgow Citizen's Theatre. Originally to be titled "What God Forgot", it was premiered under its new title at the Edinburgh Film Festival in August 1952, with an invited audience of miners. It was also shown at the Venice Film Festival that year. "Documenting John Grierson". Bill Paterson narrates Hopscotch Films production of the life and work of the documentary pioneer, shown on BBC Scotland. Features interviews with many he influenced, including Alfred Hitchcock. "The Terrible Price". An independently produced documentary, screened by BBC2 Wales, to mark the 70th anniversary of the Gresford mining disaster in which 266 miners lost their lives. Producer: Martin Smith. Camera: Benedict Smith. Editor Shelagh Brady. Consultant: Stanley Williamson. Includes 30 minutes of material not screened by the BBC. Copyright © Starlock Pictures Ltd MMIV.