this image witheld or missing
Harry Hughes was one of the first intake of students to study with The Open University in 1971 and one of its first graduates in 1973. He taught in the Boys Model School in Belfast until his appointment to the Northern Ireland Prison Service as Education Officer for the Compounds of the Maze and Long Kesh Prison in 1974 and Maze Cellular (H Blocks of the Maze and Long Kesh Prison) in 1978. He was later Education officer in the Young Offenders Centre Hydebank Wood and Belfast Prison (Crumlin Road Gaol) before retiring in 1988.
Metadata describing this Open University audio clip
Title: Organizing tutorials despite logistical difficulties
Description: Harry Hughes Education Officer in the Maze and Long Kesh Prison describes study conditions and the logistical difficulties of organizing tutorials in the H Blocks after the 1983 escape.
Rights statement: Rights owned or controlled by The Open University
Restrictions on use: Contact the OU Archive prior to any re-use. Contact
Contributor: Harry Hughes
Duration: 00:02:06
Master programe code and title: Harry Hughes Interview
Master programme start time: 00:24:25
Master programme end time: 00:26:32
Master programme production number: 092_O_01
Available to public: yes