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Two more programmes from the BBC's regular service for schools and technical colleges.
1.45 Europe North to South: The Rhine and the Ruhr
A geography series for children of thirteen to fifteen years.
A preview of a new series on various aspects of European geography which will be transmitted during the summer term. This programme aims to relate the economic and political importance of the Ruhr to its physical setting.
2.5 Living in the Present: Advertising
A sociology series for liberal studies classes in technical colleges.
How much advertising is there in Britain? How effective is it, and what controls are placed on its use? These are some of the questions considered in the programme.
(Previous transmission on March 2)
Recently several European countries have co-operated in an exchange of up-to-date film for use in educational programmes. The result is a series of sample studies in European geography for secondary schools.
This afternoon Out of School presents a preview of the new series in a programme called 'The Rhine and the Ruhr'. It shows how the economic and political importance of the Ruhr is related to its mineral resources and to its situation on the river Rhine.
In the coming summer term BBC television for schools will be transmitting eight programmes of this kind under the series title Europe-North to South.
Television for technical colleges is represented by a programme on Advertising. This is one of a series called Living in the Present intended for Liberal Studies classes. The series surveys some of the features of social organisation in Britain today which affect the lives of young students.
Viewers who would like to have full details of the BBC's regular service for schools and technical colleges should write to: The School Broadcasting Council, [address removed]
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