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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.
4.00 Global Village 3: The Wired Society PETER GOODWIN examines how a phone and a computer put the world at your fingertips. (R)(e)
4.30 Education Matters on the Road SUSAN MARLING introduces discussions from schools around the United Kingdom. 3: Belfast Northern Ireland has a selective system of secondary education with testing at 11 plus - a relic of the past or a model for the future? This is one of the topics explored by teachers, administrators and parents who join PROFESSOR TED WRAGG and local experts at the Royal Belfast Academical Institution. Researcher BEATRICE RUBENS (e)
5.30 The Angry Decade Six programmes in which MICHAEL BARBER looks back to the new generation of writers who made such an impact in, and upon, the 1950s.
1: New Men, New Style The so-called 'Angry Young Men' - Amis, Wain, Osborne and others - muscled their way into an elitist literary scene that had hardly shifted its centre of gravity since the 1920s. Reader MARTIN JARVIS Producer GORDON HUTCHINGS (R) (e)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Goodwin
Unknown: Professor Ted Wragg
Unknown: Beatrice Rubens
Unknown: Michael Barber
Reader: Martin Jarvis
Producer: Gordon Hutchings






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