Interviews and concert footage chronicle generational differences between Woodstock musicians and attendees at the 1969, 1994 and 1999 festivals.
Five years ago, a new generation of young voters went to the polls to cast their votes on a single issue that could change the course of history in Scotland .of the 3. 6 million People voted in a referendum in which independence at 18. In September 2014, More Than 100,000 were It was the First Time that People under the age of 18 years, have been able to vote in Scotland - But what is the impact of the referendum result on your Life ? "We need time before another referendum" Yes " voters Aimée Ronald now wants a career forging in the policy Aimée Ronald , 21, was on the fence about the independence only a few days before casting their vote, age 17. A top student at Stewarton Academy in East Ayrshire , she was chosen to ask A Question politicians, while the BBC Big Big debate programme, was broadcast just Two Days before the referendum. she went in with an Open Mind , But after hearing Nicola Sturgeon , Patrick Harvie , Ruth Davidson and George Galloway address your concerns on jobs for school-leavers and graduates was swayed to The Yes side. you said: "It was mainly because of George Galloway - it was his attitude and the attitude. I didn't like him as a person and thought I didn't want it to be associated with someone like him on this side of The Debate . "way I felt, Nicola Sturgeon , answered it best, But they all had very indirect answers. And it was an important question for everyone. "Five years, employment is still a Problem for the Cath Kidston sales assistant, despite her first-class degree from the University of Strathclyde and the year-long volunteer work with The Girl Guides. she was The First to study languages, But switched to social policy, Politics and International Relations , after hearing of an EU referendum was on the horizon. you said: "I have now begun the search for a course-related career. It [the Leak] has fluctuated, as I spent four years of My Life - I thought if there was ever a time to get involved in Politics , it is now. "A Remain voters, Aimee, said the 2016 result left her feeling "disheartened" and "fear" due to the uncertainty about the medical supplies. you said: "I am a diabetic and it was scary for me, as I all stories on access to medicines. heard At no point did I feel confident that I had things that I needed. "When I Heard what was the result, my father had a lot of comfort, But now Brexit has taken so long, I'm just sick of it. "I have more confidence in Nicola Sturgeon - she understands what she's doing. If there is another Scottish independence referendum, I think that I would vote Yes, But I also think that we need time. "I don't know how a vote would be in the next year after Brexit - it is already changing so much. "'I have a Scottish identity, But also an English past," Finlay Allmond, a strong Non-voters that would Not vote again, As many others indyref voters, Finlay Allmond had a strong connection with the rest of the UK. His parents moved in Nairn in the Highlands, shortly before he was born and at the age of 16 years, he was not ready to sever ties with England and Wales. Finlay said: "It was the emotional connection to The Union - where it was the country as a whole, where. I have a Scottish identity, I was born and grew up here, But I also have a British past and the Welsh ancestors, as well. "I felt very proud, both on the emotional side and the handling of The Union and Britain's place in The World , although the United Kingdom is the weaknesses historically, I thought it was going to be able to a place for good. "Finlay interests Britain's place in The World prompted him to study in international Politics at the University of Stirling. He is particularly interested in humanitarian, development, labour and migration, and the port of Italy worked in a refugee for a period of six months after the completion of the High School . But he Left went to the vote, during the EU referendum, But says that was the decisive factor for him, either by migration or sovereignty. 'I'm very pro-migration,'he said: "I am very pro-migration, I think we need to strengthen the economic and port-international spirit in the global community. "It came to compensation. It was about whether the EU in its current form is The Best vehicle to address the problems that we face, as humanity, and my thoughts were there, and that Nato and the UN were. "I'm not happy with how things are going, because of the political gainsmanship instead of in the moment to serve the interest of persons other than those at The Top . "Finlay firmly against the idea of a no-deal Escape because of the economic risks. Now he says we need an EU referendum, because "it is impossible to say what is The Will of the People " - But not quite sure how he is This Time around would vote. however, He would Not vote in the case of other indyref, and believes that his colleagues would respect his views. He added: "The nature of the political debate among My Generation is very interesting. We are able to promote a harmonious way of communication and discussion than the one we see in the leaders of Our Country . "shouting People down is not happening much in This Generation , because we have been so engaged politically and forced to discuss both sides. "the views of the People are good and can get pretty heated, But it is still the mutual respect. "'Why were so few talk about Climate Change ?' Isla surgeon has back voted Yes in the referendum and the Scottish Green Despite Growing Up in A Family full of Yes-voters, Isla surgeon convinced of the independence of the campaign arguments up to 11 hours. at The age of 16 years, she was worried about places to study, tuition fees and energy sources. you said: "My Family were in the oil industry, then, so I was worried about how it would be affected - what was The Plan , basically. Overall, it was a big mess, or we got rid of, ok?"In the end, Isla, Yes, voted, and found himself drawn to the arguments of the Scottish Countryside, especially during the Great debate, which she also attended. 'We need to Start the recovery,'She Said : "I must say, they (The Greens ) were interesting, I had never really thought about it before. I knew what was, But it was interesting to see how the support of the SNP as well as those who say, 'this is what we can do for Young People ". "you were so anti-oil and so forward-thinking with renewable energies. You had to tell People : there is a lot of time in the industry. It seems like a Problem, would it be more important, much more is reported. "Originally from Edinburgh, Isla moved up to Aberdeen to study law, But later fell out of knowledge of the subject matter for her. currently, she works with horses in breeding-stables, is about to begin, a beautician course and is expecting her first baby in January with her fiancé. With so much change in your future-voters Isla said she was leaving "skeptical" about the prospect of a UK EU. you said: "part of me would say to the EU, which needs to end and we need to pound, to Start the recovery process, since such a financial impact on the. "a part of me thinks I'm in a better Position - I am self-employed, But there are companies constantly looking to cut corners, and we are going to see a more noticeable change in the standards that you expect could be at work, such as health and safety and the minimum wage, which is derived from the EU. "'It's a neverendum' Natalie Curran, that you voted ' no ' in the referendum because they are convinced of The Yes campaigns currency plans Against the trend to your Yes-voters classmates, Natalie Curran was a solid No voters in The Lead up to 18 September 2014. The 22-year-old came with 17 of the time, the voice and was never completely satisfied with the currency plan for an independent Scotland . you said: "you have never really answered the currency question. I have no confidence in this. "Also, you don't know what you got until it's Gone . We have so many advantages in Scotland , such as free education at the University level, free recipes. I think a lot of that would go, because we would not longer be part of the UK economy. "think of Coarse I do, that 80% of our trade with the UK, not everywhere, so why wouldn't you put deliberate barriers between that? "People tried to say it would not need to have a solid Border , there are, of course, would be, do you have this exact problem at the Moment with Northern Ireland , the Republic of Ireland and the EU. We had the exact same problem five years ago. "'The contrasts have softened, 'Natalie, from Glasgow, at the University of York, studying mathematics, after he previously studied philosophy, Politics and Economics. Though she says she is used to the "rivalries" in your home city, she believes that 2014 stirred the vote "anti-English" - divisions, and says she would Not vote in a future referendum