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Adult Education

  • Jeremy Potter

Abstract

ITV’s most valuable contribution to the education of adult viewers was made in documentary and current affairs programmes. Educational broadcasters in the companies therefore believed that validated adult education (AE) programmes were best placed on the network as part of the general factual output with no distinguishing label. In what way, then, was AE distinctive?

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Adult Education Current Affair Pioneer Programme Adult Medium Adult Viewer 
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    See Volume 2, p. 276.Google Scholar
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    Adult Education: A Plan for Development (HMSO, 1973).Google Scholar
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    IBA Paper 179(79).Google Scholar

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© Independent Broadcasting Authority and Independent Television Association 1990

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  • Jeremy Potter

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