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: The Younger Generation THIS CHANGING WORLD

A special edition dealing with a subject that concerns many young people who are out at work
Training Adopts a New Line
The facilities in industry for training young people have never been better than they are today. But, besides teaching their apprentices the necessary knowledge and skill required for the job, many organisations go further-by making use of Outward Bound courses and exchange visits they attempt to widen experience and develop character.
Christopher Smith introduces recordings made with those involved.
Devised and produced by Robert Gunnell


Introduces: Christopher Smith
Produced By: Robert Gunnell


This programme includes a report by JANET LACEY , Director of the Inter-Church Aid and Refugee Service, British Council of Churches, who has recently returned from a visit to Hong Kong. In addition it is hoped to begin an investigation into the subject of evangelism, including a report of a campaign now taking place in Camberwell.


Unknown: Janet Lacey


A series ofsixprogrammes
6-Looking Outwards
The foreign policies of most Western countries have been built up over long periods of time as their contacts with other parts of the world developed. New countries, springing into a highly organised world of foreign relations, have to make up their minds almost overnight about whom they want for friends and allies and why they want them. In this programme Ceylon is taken as the example in examining the considerations a new country has in mind in settling these questions.
DAVID WALKER introduces the views of Richard SCOTT on foreign policy and of four Ceylonese speakers on the particular case of one new country.


Introduces: David Walker
Unknown: Richard Scott

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