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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.
4.0 China Forum In the second of two discussions, the experts consider China's political and economic future. MIKE sheils is in the Chair. Producer ANNA PARKINSON
4.45 Women, the Wasted Resource SUSAN MARLING and invited guests explore opportunities for employment in the post 'women's lib' era. At present women bear the brunt of unemployment, and find themselves elbowed out of the new technologies. Only two per cent of company directors are women. However, more industries are employing equal opportunities directors to look after women's interests. The most potent force of all, though, may be the women who learn to use their 'industrial muscle'. Producer SIMON MAJOR (R) revised
5.30 Buongiorno Italia! Twenty programmes for beginners in Italian Presented by DENISE DE ROME and ENRICO VERDECCHIA 3: Quanta costa? Script by series producer ALAN WILDING (R) (E)

Contributors

Producer: Anna Parkinson
Unknown: Susan Marling
Presented By: Denise de Rome
Producer: Alan Wilding






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