Four short films on one disc. Also available separately:
Have a Good Time: Leigh Conroy and John Evans, two recovering alcoholics, were alarmed to see youngsters making the same mistakes they had made. They gave talks in schools, formed ‘High & Dry’, and made this video, which looks at the problems associated with young people and alcohol, in a series of linked sketches involving a group of a young people going to a disco and drinking too much. Good discussion starter. For ages 10-18. 23 mins
Learning Together: Drug education in primary schools at Key Stage one and two, involving parents going into the schools. For Primary/Middle. 13 mins.
Alcohol in the Dock: Young people made this programme themselves, looking at the Health Angle, the Legal Angle, and the Business Angle, as well as Your Angle – their own stories and opinions. For ages 12 +. 20 mins.
Drugs – a Simple Choice?: Three young drug users tell their stories. A discussion starter particularly for young people. Three young drug users are interviewed, and the sections examine why take drugs? What in addition to addiction, are they risking? What problems do they now have because of drugs? and what does the future hold for them? They tell their own stories and comment on what could happen next.
Reconstruction based on real people. For ages 10-18. 18 mins.
This programme can be rented on our Video on Demand system for £2.00. For this you can view as often as you like within a 48 hour period of your own choosing.