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Title: Running from radiation
Authors: Métavidea Associates
Vision TV
Gjerstad, O.
Flemington, P.
Rampen, L.
MacDonald, F.
Gwiazda, W.
Keywords: CHILDREN
ADOLESCENTS
UKRAINIANS
CANCER
MEDICAL CARE
CUBA
HISTORIC SITES AND MONUMENTS
ARCHITECTURE
BUILDINGS
STONE CONSTRUCTION
ZIMBABWE
URBAN YOUTH
YOUNG WORKERS
LIVING CONDITIONS
WORKING CONDITIONS
NEPAL
JAMAICA
URBAN POPULATION
MARKETPLACES
JOURNALISTS
JOURNALISM
Date: 1993
Publisher: Vision TV, Toronto, ON, CA
Series/Report no.: North South series; 116
Abstract: Video consists of five parts: part one (Running from radiation, ca. 12 min.) examines the medical care received by Ukranian children in Cuba to counter-act the effects of radiation sickness caused by the Chernobyl disaster; part two (ca. 12 min.) examines the architecture of the ruins of the ancient city of Great Zimbabwe, now a part of that country's cultural heritage; part three (ca. 10 min.) examines the life of a thirteen-year-old boy in Kathmandu, who works as a busboy at a local restaurant; part four (ca. 10 min.) examines the life of a thirteen-year-old boy in Jamaica, who lives and works on the city streets; part five (ca. 10 min.) examines the streets, marketplaces and people of Harare through the eyes of a journalist.
Description: Series produced by: L. Rampen
Narrators: W. Gwiazda, M. Montgomery and B. Proulx
Series produced by Métavidea for Vision TV
Also available in 3/4" master tape
ARCVC copy #2 in VHS, PAL format
Host: F. MacDonald
Executive producer: P. Flemington
Access: IDRC Only
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