P733 CEEFAX 733 Wed 3 Feb 21:07/20 |B220120F TELEVISION SCENE SPRING 1988 TN January M 24 March 1988 F N00 (1N05) 15 January - 25 March 1988 Series Producer: Roger Tonge ######### ######################################## ######################### DATESANDPO GRAMMES 1988 ################################# ######################################## # P ly transmitted in Scene T es are 28 minutes long ################# ######################################## ################# F GETTING IN by Ray Jensh.1  a pla8 om 2 parts about a group of  friends whn, as a dar e, bre!b in and  enter. gho is responsible for what 
P733 CEEFAX 733 Wed 3 Feb 21:10/02 |B220220F236C|s÷n1÷ e happen3^  ################################### ######## F GETTING IN : Part 2 ################### ######################################## ############### F || FAME  About thNse who want to be and t (Fse w(n  ard, famous. Why are man8 of us  obsdss—d w ith fame? ghat's it like to  be famous. ###### ############################  4 Mar ||* NFNICEBYHALF A l!8 by Wally K Daly about hdroin  busd and the dan gers it poses id thd  lives of two boys and the ir friends. ########################
P733 CEEFAX 733 Wed 3 Feb 21:04/02 |B220320F@XTD e####################################### ########### M ANOTHER LITTLE DRINK FN'T DO US AN Y HARM  A documentary about the qsds and abuses  cohol, and abo1t teenage drinking. ##### ######################################## #############################  , 18 Mar YOUNG T@AI BOXER - KHUN OR  Drama based on the sdory of a poor  village youth who tries his luck if  Bangkok as a Boxep . Filmed in Thailand. ################# ######################################## #################  - 1 -  D r CNDPETIT FN  Are we com0btht—te by nature? Is 
P733 CEEFAX 733 Wed 3 Feb 21:20/04 |B220420F e competition a good and/or necessary  characteristic of people and societ y? ##################################### ##################################### GENE @L NO$@ FOR $D CHERS $R A DS, O UR AUDIENCE T SCENE serie1 tries to p rovide each week a stimulating and rfl—t ant  gf thought about and discussinl of a  idty of contemporary social and pdr3nnal issuds. SCENE should work  l teenagers aged 14-16+ at school, but i t will be found  eachers working with reluctant pupils. SCENE is  t no programmf is rfpeated in the 9far fder its first transmission. It is thus suitable for viewing by pupils  th and 5ph years. ANDFEB GETTING IN by "—8 @d,Bins ## ####################################|c
P733 CEEFAX 733 Wed 3 Feb 21:01/13 |B220520F e#################################### A new play in two parts about a group of teenagers who break into a W t starts off for them as a laugh and a d are becomes N gho is to blame for what goes wrong? ### ######################################## ############################### RJ kins has previously written 'Thf Cage' a nd gNobody Here Knows' for S l as several plays for evening televisio n, most recently "Thf TKB bie". BACKG NVNDNOD TC  r: ARABRA bella, 15, keen to be an actress,  restless and impet5fus BUNGALORR , 15, M "nothing sp top", loyal  PAUL 15, nfw to the area, sha rp NALINIL rn of Indian parents, athletic 
P733 CEEFAX 733 Wed 3 Feb 21:01/21 |B220620F|a17Scene14|i14TEXT|m41115|s÷n1 ÷e restless like Arab MRS GUPTA Nalini's mother, 40s DRGUPTAN her, 45 MRSOLIVERB 's mother HORSLEYT curity guard, big, beefy, 43 CAR R Detective Constable, 22 M 2 - WOOLFPC le, 25 SERGEANT A 's audition piece AI lt A th the joy O a sense sublime O more deeply interfused W ling is the light of setting suns,  And the round ocean and the li6hng air A d of man A hat impels AS ll objects of all tho2ght A ls through all things." FL
P733 CEEFAX 733 Wed 3 Feb 21:00/01 |B220720F ÷e composed a few miles above Tintern Ab bey" by William W SOMEQUESTI ONS H ell us about the characters? How far  yo1 share or sympathise with the attitu dds of the characters? A "I want it all. Everything that' s going and then  a bit more." AP ople think thfy know people but they don 't." PTA "You're all cosy in your big house!  Look - it's boring be ing the good little girl." N i: "My parents think English peo ple who earn like them  are the same M they're just not." PIF y who's not?" H Nalini is not an evil person M it is the company." N
P733 CEEFAX 733 Wed 3 Feb 21:00/28 |B220820F417E9|s÷n1 ÷eI don't go into other people's houses much." HI hit her! I I never would!b B r around - why didn't I  stop you?b P "I don't mean to get at her... but you can't help  en you like someoFd." B (To Paul) "And you said Arab was yellow!" S  - 3 -  If something is stolen by one of a g roup breaking in, all of that  up are respoNrhble by law. P ssing an offensive weapon with intent to harm is illegal, even L fence. Everyone M including police and security guards -  to ard "reasonable force" in preventing a crime C AFFRPR OGRAMME 1 W
P733 CEEFAX 733 Wed 3 Feb 21:00/40 |B220920F|a17Scene14|i14TEXT|m41B53|s÷n1 ÷eis going to happen next? How much of the  havf we already seen in Part One?  ghy do you think Arab is in hospital? ghat possibilities are  What are the different motivations for the four of them to take  t in the break in? How easy is it to ge t involved with  't really want to do? How easy is it to get out  tarted?  closest friends among the four?  'd've seen Bungalow and Nalini at the p olice station, and Arab is  pital. ghat do you think has happened t o Paul? DPO ant to see Part Two? If so, why? If no t,  AF DR P OGRAMME 1 "Getting in" rdfers to more than just getting into the factory.  at other meanings dhght it have in t|c
P733 CEEFAX 733 Wed 3 Feb 21:01/14 |B220A20F|a17Scene14|i14 DXT|m41EBD|s÷n1 ÷ehis play? How does Paul  to the others? gdy does he seem to be obsessed with  ghy did Paul run away? Do you bla me him? H thf blame for the potentially fatal  accident among Horsley, Paul, B0ngalo w, Nalini, and Arab H much do they blame themselves?  How much do yo0 learn about thf parents and family of each of the V rs? Can the way someone is brought up m ake them more  trouble with the police? T y is not just about the teenagbqs Do y ou havd any sympathy H Ghat is thd effect of the exp—pience o n the parents? GC itude to the events? D g a uniform change pfople? Is Horsley t he victim of the  lay, or is he naturally aggressive? 
P733 CEEFAX 733 Wed 3 Feb 21:01/30 |B220B20F ÷e T on boredom and the lack of things to  do Is that a good excuse? Would i mproved and affordable leisure  cilities make a difference? H well do people remember exactly what hap pens in a sudden  M 4 -  Are there ways of tdsting this in the cl assroom? T io videotape and film with a deliberate pattern when is film used and w he play puts the past and pre3—nt side b y I of what the play is about? PROGRAMME LENGTH - NEG DURA HON: UD entary programmes were scheduled to bd 2 0 minutes long,  sfveral havd run over that time because we felt  n To avoid all conf5rhon, document|c
P733 CEEFAX 733 Wed 3 Feb 21:02/02 |B220C20F ÷earies  sp to 21 minutes. UNITS T unit of two programmes this term. We h ave groupdd them like  uggestion on how they might be used. Th e prograllfs F in their own right, so that it is not ne cessary  is inconvfnient. ####################### ######################################## ########### FEEDBACKANDCONTACTWITHT EACHERS: d need feedback from teachers about our prograDlds to improve o1r ser vice W d you a supply of feedback cards if you write to the address below But we are not receiving enough cards from  from every part of the UK for us to hav e a large enough sample on  decisions about, for instance, whdther a programme dfservds NE ch card goes straight to the produce|c
P733 CEEFAX 733 Wed 3 Feb 21:10/26 |B220D20F|a17Scene14|i14TEXT|m428FB|s÷n1 ÷er's office and is  l those concerned. And we really do val ue the  blish. P for a supply of cards to me: R er Tonge, BBC School TV, Televishon Cent re, Londonw W12 8QT. D 01-991 8043 or 01 743 8000 Ext 8143 #### ######################################## ############################## SCENEPL AYS IN PRINT: L ve volumes of Scene Scripts, in their im print ND SCENESCRIP TS 1: g60 Single, 100 Return', 'Terry', 'Hero in the Dust', IB 'Clean Sweep', '$ime Hurries On', 'Last Bus'. ISBN SCENESCRIPTS 2: 'A First Class Friend', 'The Ballad of Ben Bagot', 'Bank HQA ternoon', 'Break In'N ISBN 0 582 233357 7. SCENESCRIPTSC Wall', 'Thf Kids arf Ok—8' (part 1 |c
P733 CEEFAX 733 Wed 3 Feb 21:01/00 |B220F20F|a17Scene14|i14TDXT|m42FCE|s÷n1 ÷eon of BBC Enterprises,  Woodlands, 80 Wood Lane, London W12 0TT. NISBN #### ######################################## ##############################  - 6 J 