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This introductory programme, presented by Professor Andrew Learmonth, demonstrates the changing nature of geography as an academic subject by discussing, five different geographical studies of the ...London Area.
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Module code and title: D281, New trends in geography
Item code: D281; 01
First transmission date: 23-01-1972
Published: 1972
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Duration: 00:24:30
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Producer: Graham Turner
Contributor: Andrew Learmonth
Publisher: BBC Open University
Keyword(s): Geography; London basin
Footage description: Andrew Learmonth introduces the programme and describes the traditional lines along which geographical studies have been organised. Andrew Learmonth outlines the shape that the programme will take, i.e. by studying five different geographic studies of the London basin, to demonstrate geographical techniques and methods. The first example is the traditional regional study of the London basin. A relief model of the area is shown with appropriate extracts.
Master spool number: 6LT/70344
Production number: 00521_2228
Videofinder number: 124
Available to public: no