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Education for all TV programmes. ©UNESCO 2006
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Education for all TV programmes

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Education for All TV Programmes, is a joint project funded by the UNESCO and administrated by the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association (CBA). Under this programme, different television stations from the Commonwealth countries have produced interactive talk-shows on education.

Five documentaries compose this collection of DVDs:
- The Indian Scenario. The Doordarshan: 57 min
- Quality Education for all in Tanzania: 31 min (*** available above)
- Back to School, Back to What? : 1h:43 min
- Wijana Vetu: 50 min, and
- Book Talk: 54 min

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on this subject: UNESCO grants go to Commonwealth broadcasters

Place/Country: Barbados, India, Jamaica, Kenya, Tanzania
Type: Educational
Extract: 31 min. Total length:
Credits: Harriet Pierce, director ; Jose Jude Mathew, director ; Michael Pryce, director ; Maia Chung, director ; Roselyne Wangui, director ; Rebecca Mngodo, director. Commonwealth Broadcasting Association, producer. ITV, Tanzania, co-producer ; CVM, Jamaica, co-producer ; Nation TV, Kenia, co-producer ; CBC, Barbados, co-producer.
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Rights/Droits: Commonwealth Broadcasting Association; UNESCO

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