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For Schools, 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.
9.5 Brazil
Skyscrapers and Slums
9.27 It's Your Choice
Skills You Need
9.48 Out of the Past
Charles Dickens : 1
10.10 Science Workshop Tracks: 2
10.32 Scene
Britain's Nuclear Defence Narrator NICK ROSS Producer ANDY WALKER
11.5-11.20 Maths-in-a-Box
Weight Watchers
11.30 Search
The Welsh Chartists by HARRI WEBB 1 : Injustice
Today we take for granted the right of men and women over 18 to vote. But it came about only after a long and often bitter struggle. The Welsh Chartists played a proud and important part in the story and that struggle. Who were they and why did they act as they did? with Hl'W CEREDIG, IESTYN GARLICK GARETH LEWIS , DAVID PURCHASE JOHN EUROF , JOHN LINSTRUM GORDON STYLES
Presenter DYFED THOMAS Designer PHIL Williams Director RAY BRACE
Producer GWYNN PRITCHARD
11.55 On the Rocks
6: Back to Base

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Dickens
Narrator: Nick Ross
Producer: Andy Walker
Unknown: Harri Webb
Unknown: Iestyn Garlick
Unknown: Gareth Lewis
Unknown: David Purchase
Unknown: John Eurof
Unknown: John Linstrum
Designer: Phil Williams
Director: Ray Brace
Producer: Gwynn Pritchard

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