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For Schools and Colleges

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
2.5 The Way the Money Goes: Where's the Money Gone?
Usually Roderick pays £2 a week for his keep. This week he cannot manage it. What's gone wrong?
Introduced by Len Lowe.
(Repeated on Tuesday)

2.30 Men in History: Thomas Paycocke
Today's programme tells the story of the people of Coggeshall who received bequests from the will of Thomas Paycocke, who died in 1518.
(Repeated on Thursday)

2.55-3.15 Middle School Mathematics: Periodicity (i)
Introduced by Alan Tammadge.
(Repeated on Thursday)

Contributors

Presenter (The Way the Money Goes): Len Lowe
Script (The Way the Money Goes): Cedric Blackman
Producer (The Way the Money Goes): Paul Mitchell
Script (Men in History): Morna Stuart
Producer (Men in History): Felicity Kinross
Presenter (Middle School Mathematics): Alan Tammadge
Producer (Middle School Mathematics): John Cain

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For Schools and Colleges

BBC One London, 22 May 1967 14.05






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