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Working All Hours


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Second of a two-part Money Programme special exploring working life in Britain. The technological revolution has arrived, but are we to be its masters or servants? Michael Robinson reports on how technology is invading the workplace and asks what will replace the old certainties, such as a career structure and a job for life? Personal stories in the programme include that of Nick Hill , who lost his job but is now a computer systems designerworking from home. Stuart Macdonald yearned to return to his family croft in the Hebrides when he was working as a research chemist in Glasgow. Now he has the best of both worlds by farming sheep and cutting peat, while earning his living workingfor a San Francisco database publisher.
Producer David Akerman ; Executive producer
Jane Ellison TRANSCRIPTS: for details phone (0 181) [number removed].


Unknown: Michael Robinson
Unknown: Nick Hill
Unknown: Stuart MacDonald
Producer: David Akerman
Producer: Jane Ellison

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