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  1. Anthony Crosland on socialism, his work and political views (1974)

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    Interview

    Interview with Environment Secretary Anthony Crosland by George Gale. Looks at his socialist thinking and his books on socialism, his political work, views on the education system, land ownership, public...

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  2. Tameside schools row (1976)

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    Interview

    Interviews with three speakers about a row in Tameside, Greater Manchester, after the new Conservative-controlled council formally rejected a controversial plan for comprehensive education in its twenty-five...

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  3. Tameside schools row - Rhodes Boyson on appeal (1976)

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    Interview

    Conservative MP, Rhodes Boyson reacts to an appeal victory by the new Conservative-controlled Tameside, Greater Manchester, council, after it formally rejected a controversial plan for comprehensive...

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  4. Tameside schools row - NAF pay costs (1976)

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    Interview

    Robert Moss, director of the National Association for Freedom, on an appeal victory by the new Conservative-controlled Tameside, Greater Manchester, council, after it formally rejected a controversial plan...

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  5. Tameside schools row - Councillor’s view (1976)

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    Interview

    Jon Snow interviews councillor Colin Grantham (on ITN) on an appeal victory by the new Conservative-controlled Tameside, Greater Manchester, council, after it formally rejected a controversial plan for...

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  6. Tameside schools row - John Izbicki view (1976)

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    Interview

    John Izbicki, Education Correspondent for the Daily Telegraph, on an appeal victory by the new Conservative-controlled Tameside, Greater Manchester, council, after it formally rejected a controversial plan...

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  7. Panorama school programme - Headmaster’s response (1977)

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    Interview

    Interview with Edward Jones, Head of Faraday Comprehensive, Acton, west London, responding to the revelations contained in a BBC Panorama programme (made by Angela Pope) about a day in the life of the...

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  8. Kingston delays going comprehensive (1978)

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    Interview

    Angela Rumbold?, Chairman of Kingston Education Centre, on why they can’t go comprehensive before 1982. Admits she is against comprehensive education and is not happy with actions of Education Secretary...

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  9. Sutton challenge to Shirley Williams (1978)

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    Interview

    Unidentified male speaker (presumably a local authority spokesman) on a legal challenge by the London Borough of Sutton to Education Secretary Shirley Williams, over an early end to selective education in...

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  10. Grammar and comprehensive schools (1979)

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    Interview

    Education Secretary Mark Carlisle is interviewed about secondary education; examines new Conservative Government’s policy on grammar and comprehensive schools.

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