Appearing on Camera (1986)

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Twin video package aimed at helping people to become successful TV interviewees. The first programme illustrates and explains what is likely to happen before, d uring and after an interview, using a story involving a solicitor asked to appear on camera to defend a travel agency accused of profitably bussing tourists around famine areas. The second programme contains interviews with four public figures on the art of being an interviewee - former PM James Callaghan, MEP Barb ara Castle, Liberal leader David Steel and Sir Peter Parker, former chairman of British Rail and now chairman of the British Institute of Management. Intended for anyone likely to be asked to appea r on camera, company directors, managers, politicians, campaigners etc. Series of videos on On-Camera interview technique

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