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For Schools and Colleges

Synopsis

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2.5 Going to Work: Working Girl
Written and produced by Gordon Croton.
Christine Dunn is seventeen: a shorthand typist in Southampton. This film is about her life at home and at work, and about some of her attitudes to life.
(Repeated on Tuesday)

2.30 Men in History: The Runaway Serf
Today's programme describes how Martin, a serf, runs away to a town and becomes apprenticed to a saddler.
(Repeated on Thursday)

2.55 Middle School Mathematics: More about the Matrix
Introduced by Geoffrey Matthews.
(Repeated on Thursday)

3.20-3.40 Twentieth Century Focus: Who Governs Britain?: The Voice of the People
Are we free only at election time? How else can we make our wishes felt?
Introduced by Anthony Barker.
(Repeated on Tues., Wed. (not Scottish), and Thurs.)

Contributors

Writer/producer (Going to Work): Gordon Croton
Subject (Going to Work): Christine Dunn
Script (Men in History): Geoffrey Trease
Producer (Men in History): Felicity Kinross
Presenter (Middle School Mathematics): Geoffrey Matthews
Producer (Middle School Mathematics): Peter Weiss
Presenter (Twentieth Century Focus): Anthony Barker
Producer (Twentieth Century Focus): Tony Scull






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