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4.0 The Education Roadshow An action guide for parents. The last of six programmes with PROFESSORTED WRAGG.ERIC ROBSON, a team of education specialists and a panel of leading politicians. The series ends with a chance to put all the issues discussed and debated in earlier editions to the people responsible for national education policy - the politicians. But, before that, the roadshow concentrates on community education, coming from the Sutton Centre in Nottinghamshire. Should school premises be used more than they are? How good an idea is it to have classes withpupils from 13 to 83 years old? Can education ever become a focus for community attention? Technical presentation GERRY GLANCY Researcher MERILYN HARRIS Producer GAYNOR SHUTTE Editor CHRISTOPHER STONE (E) For free fact pack send sae (9 x 6; 28p stamp) to: Fact Pack, [address removed] A specially written book, 'Education - An Action Guidefor Parents by Professor Ted Wragg , availablefrom bookshops, price E5. 95
5.30 Buongiorno Italia! Twenty programmes for beginners in Italian Presented by DENISE DE ROME and ENRICO VERDECCHIA 1: Buongiorno! Script by series producer ALAN WILDING (R) (E) Students' book, £5.50; three cassettes, £3. 74 each; notes for teachers, £4. 00, from retailers

Contributors

Unknown: Gerry Glancy
Unknown: Merilyn Harris
Producer: Gaynor Shutte
Unknown: Professor Ted Wragg
Presented By: Denise de Rome
Unknown: Enrico Verdecchia
Producer: Alan Wilding






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