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Commonwealth Students Association

Series

Series Name
London Line

Issue

Issue No.
208
Date Released
1968
Filmed
Oct 1968
Length of issue (in feet)
555
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1Portable X-Ray Machines
  2. 2The Ramblers
  3. 3Zika Tower - Virus Research
  4. 4Commonwealth Students Association

Story

Story No. within this Issue
4 / 4
Summary
NoS synopsis: Mr K. Kludze and Jan Roberts, research law students from Ghana visit the London Line studio to talk about a new international student body called the Commonweath Students Assocation. The aim of the association is to spread knowledge about other Commonwealth countries, mainly through student exchanges. They discuss the first student exchange between Kenya and Britain, which had just been completed.
Keywords
Organisations; Education and training; Law
Written sources
COI Catalogue Cards [BFI National Archive]
COI Microfilm Roll 43 [BFI National Archive]   Used for synopsis
COI Reference
MI 1257/208
Credits:
Sponsor
Central Office of Information (COI)
Director
Eric Beecroft
Presenter
Frances Tucker
Presenter
Israel Wamala
Support services
Janice Willett / Kay
Producer
Janice Willett / Kay
Presenter
John Bankole-Jones
Presenter
Margaret Busby
Camera
Peter Theirry
Sound
Phil Jay
Editor
Renee Serlin
Support services
Ruth Steele

This series is held by:

Film Archive

Name
British Film Institute (BFI)
Email
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Web
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Phone
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Fax
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Address
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London W1T 1LN
Notes
The BFI National Archive also preserves the original nitrate film copies of British Movietone News, British Paramount News, Empire News Bulletin, Gaumont British News, Gaumont Graphic, Gaumont Sound News and Universal News (the World War II years are covered by the Imperial War Museum).
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