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Aftermath of Falklands War - Part 2

Aftermath of Falklands War - Part 2
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Part 2 of a feature on the aftermath of the Falklands War, in which a reporter visits the Falkland Islands and talks to locals and troops, in this part looking at life on the islands and their future including education and future for children; wildlife conservation; sports and social events including the annual race meeting; farming industry; relationship between troops and locals; war dead and graves. Speaking are: local children; Headmaster of Port Stanley Junior and Infant School, John Petefield(?); Patrick Watts, Falkland Islands Broadcasting Service; Major John Charteris; Settlement Manager Pat Short; landlord of the Upland Goose Hotel, Des King; Major-General David Thorne; local in charge of tending war graves (including reading of poem of remembrance). The names of the war dead are read. A hymn is sung. Male presenter not identified.
Patrick Watts; Des King; David Thorne; John Petefield(?); John Charteris; Pat Short
Sport; Reports; Economics; Farming; Education; Great Britain; Military affairs; Children (age group); Association football; Horse racing; Community; Military personnel; Children (family); Nature conservation; Investment; Life styles; News flow; Foreign policy; Defence policy; Future developments; Colonial countries; Falklands War (1982); Argentina; Falkland Islands; Sovereignty; Wars (events); War casualties; Radio news programmes; Wildlife conservation; Postwar reconstruction; Sheep; Port Stanley; War graves; Population; Wild fowl; Animal husbandry; San Carlos; Lord Shackleton; Edward Shackleton

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