This week: Child Labour
With the raising of the school-leaving age, more and more children are taking part-time jobs. At the last count there were over half-a-million children at work.
As a safeguard, every child of school age needs a permit to work. But few parents know about work permits - fewer still care. A jumble of local bye-laws - and a shortage of those whose job it is to enforce them -adds to the confusion. Jeanne La Chard talks to parents, to the children and to those who try to enforce the law.
Director DIANNE FARRIS
Producer RICHARD THOMAS Editor ADAM CLAPHAM
(Postponed from 29 Hay)
Tony Bilbow presents a round-up of new releases including For Pete's Sake starring Barbra Streisand ; S*P*Y'S with Elliott Gould and Donald Sutherland ; and The Conversation featuring Gene Hackman.
Philip Jenkinson looks at the career of Barbara Stanwyck to coincide with the publication this week of Ella Smith 's book Starring Barbara Stanwyck.
Also in the programme, the results of last month's Film Night question-and-answer show.
Producer BARRY BROWN
Philip Jenkinson : page 13
Starring Dora Bryan, Robert Stephens, Murray Melvin, Paul Danquah and Rita Tushingham
The story of a schoolgirl, Jo, and her sudden emergence into womanhood - snatching after happiness in a seemingly hopeless world.
This Week's Films: page 13
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