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Forty Minutes: Rough Justice

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Forty Minutes of documentary. A series of films portraying issues, stories and characters.
In the Working Man's Institute at Deri, near Merthyr Tydfil, Dilys Hardacre is up in arms. She's a working woman, but she's still not allowed to join the men at the snooker table. And Howie will soon be in serious trouble. He can't find a job, can't afford to stand his round, and he's beginning to lose his bottle. Around Dilys and Howie, the choir sings, the housewives keep fit, and the old men reminisce. Life in the valley isn't what it was. There's no pit in Deri now, and John Jones Treorchy is long since dead. But the humour survives, and it's amazingly peaceful considering ...
Photography PAT O'SHEA Film editor JOHN KERRY
Executive producer ROGER MILLS
Producer KARL FRANCIS

Contributors

Unknown: Dilys Hardacre
Editor: John Kerry
Producer: Roger Mills
Producer: Karl Francis

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Forty Minutes: Rough Justice

BBC Two England, 1 October 1981 21.30






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