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PHOTO0000003836

English transcription: Senegal is presently engaged in an extensive study of the use of mass media for education. The project is operated entirely by Senegalese personnel with experts in an advisory capacity supplied by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). This pilot project was established in 1964, and began operation in 1965 with a series of television broadcasts on health and nutrition, and a broader educational and cultural programme entitled "Rencontres." In 1966, television series were initiated to promote functional literary in the French language among factory and farm workers. Filming at the Educational Television Station in Dakar, Senegal.
Description: The photo shows the recording of a television program in Dakar, Senegal. The setting is made to look like an outdoors scene with plants in the background. Two women, a child, and an older man are in the scene. Members of the television crew are standing behind the cameras in shadow.

PHOTO0000003846

English transcription: A programme on health being televised.
French transcription: Tournage d'un film télévisé sur la santé.
Description: A group of people are preparing to shoot a television program. The crew consists mainly of men, but the host is a woman who sits in a chair in front of the camera. They are in a studio, and the clapper board reads in French "Titre: Le ver qui fait mal."

PHOTO0000003845

English transcription: A programme on health being televised.
French transcription: Tournage d'un film télévisé sur la santé.
Description: Backstage studio in which a programme is about to be filmed. A man holds a clapperboard showing it is the first take. There is a cameraman with a reel-to-reel camera and another man in front of a monitoring screen with headsets on his shoulders. A programme script is attached to the screen.

PHOTO0000003831

English transcription: Preparation of a television programme on health.
French transcription: Préparation d'une émission télévisée sur la santé.
Description: The photo shows a television studio in Dakar, Senegal, with two sets separated by panels. On the left, two men are preparing for the production: one is standing by the microphone while the other is sitting next to him wearing a suit. On the right, in the other set, three women with children sit with children in their laps.

PHOTO0000003533

Description: African women and a man are sitting in a shaded area. One woman is recording them on a reel-to-reel recording device.

PHOTO0000003514

English transcription: Senegal - Tassette - 1971. A rural educational programme being prepared by the Dakar radio. Farmers are consulted and discuss their problems in front of the microphone. In return they receive advice and direction which contribute to a more rational and profitable production. M. Bouba (microphone in hand) and, on his right, M. Mamour Dioum of the Dakar rural educational brodcasting, are seen here during a recording.
French transcription: Senegal - Tassette - 1971. Préparation d'une émission éducative rurale de la rdio de Dakar. Les paysans sont consultés, discutent de leurs problèmes devant le micro. Avis et directives leur sont donnés, contribuant ainsi à un travail plus rationnel et plus rentable. M. Bouba (micro à la main) et à sa droite, M. Mamour Dioum (de la Radio éducative rurale de Dakar) enregistrent les paysans.

PHOTO0000003561

English transcription: The entrance to the National Broadcasting Commission of Papua New Guinea.

Description: Extérieur de jour, légèrement de biais face à un grand mur de parpaings nus, sur lequel est fixé un grand panneau, avec une carte de Papouasie-Nouvelle Guinée où sont indiqués les différents émetteurs radio. "NBC RADIO STATIONS" est inscrit en haut du panneau, le logo "NbC" en vertical sur la droite. "VOICE of the NATION" est inscrit sur un panneau rajouté sous la carte. À droite, un petit panneau supportant le logo vertical "NbC" sous forme de néon; il y a d'autres inscriptions en néon non lisibles.

PHOTO0000003517

English transcription: Home-made F.M. Antenna for Radio Tambali-Laurel in the Philippines.
Description: Outside, day. A man and a younger woman facing the camera are holding a homemade FM antenna, a wire taped on a tube, three cables connected on it. They are standing in front of a parked car. Some palms, pavilions, and a mountain are in the background.

PHOTO0000004073

English transcription: Development is fun and music. In the remote villages of Sri Lanka, the Mahaweli Community Radio visits to record development messages, but the highlight is the cultural evening with music, drama and traditional songs led by the MCR Street Theatre Group. MCR is a UNESCO/DANIDA project of $1 million.

Description: The photo shows a group of people sitting on the floor (both young women and men) who are playing music wearing traditional garments in the evening. They are playing on drums and clapping.

PHOTO0000004043

English transcription: Bhutan radio began in the 1970s as a project of young folk interested in announcing news and music. They are all now important officials in government. Meanwhile under their direction, a new group of young women and men, 57 of them are running the station and a new project with UNESCO/DANIDA for $1.3 million

Description: Dans un studio d'enregistrement, un jeune garçon avec un casque sur la tête est en train d'effectuer des réglages. Il est entouré d'équipements audio, comme des micros et un lecteur de bandes. La pièce est décorée de petits fanions.

PHOTO0000004068

English transcription: Mahaweli Community Radio Project (MCR) - MCR senior radio producer Kolitha Mendis interviews villagers near Anuradjapura during a night-time cultural show organised by the MCR team in the village. The cultural show, that night featuring a series of dramas performed by the villagers and the MCR team, is a regular feature of the development programmes and includes songs, drums, dances, poetry and story-telling.

Description: It is night. A radio producer with a microphone is interviewing two older men and a younger man.

PHOTO0000003543

English transcription: An FM community radio station is the latest innovation of the Mahaweli Community project in Sri-Lanka. The UNESCO Danida project provided two ten-watt transmitters for the experimental station as well as a consultant.

Description: This photo shows a woman in a community radio station.

PHOTO0000004031

English transcription: Representatives from Asian community radio stations or rural broadcasting departments as well as oustide consultants were invited to attend an evaluation workshop on the Mahweli Community Radio. This project is supported by UNESCO which provided two ten-watt transmitters and antenna.
Description: Dans un studio, un homme est assis face à un platine, il descend des manettes et il a un casque sur les oreilles. A côté de lui se trouve un lecteur de bandes. Trois hommes se tiennent debout. Celui qui fait face à l’opérateur joue avec les boutons de régulation.

PHOTO0000004021

French transcription: Projet expérimental AJO-BEDO. Interview d'un agriculteur.
Description: Deux hommes sont assis sur un tabouret. L'un, âgé, a les mains croisées sur ses genoux et parle devant un micro que son interlocuteur tient devant lui. Dans l’autre main il tient un papier. Il porte une paire de lunettes de soleil. Il fait plus jeune. Il sont à l'abri du soleil, protégés par un mur de terre.

PHOTO0000004024

French transcription: Régie de télévision.
Description: Un homme avec la tête voilée est pris en photo de dos. Il s'occupe d'une régie de télévision. Il bouge les manettes et des boutons. Un écran est au centre de la machine.

PHOTO0000004057

French transcription: Institut du film et de la télévision.
Description: A group of people (two men and a woman seated in the front and several men standing in the back) are looking at a screen in a television studio that is outside the frame of the photo. Two of the seated people are wearing headphones, including the woman, whose headphone has an attached microphone. The man next to her is operating a control panel.

PHOTO0000003694

Description: Dans une cabine, une femme écoute des bandes magnétiques. Elle a un casque sur la tête. Sur le bureau, il y a aussi un micro et un livre, un cahier et une trousse. On voit derrière elle, un homme dans une cabine similaire.

PHOTO0000003816

French transcription: Programme de télévision agricole Etat d'Urgence organisé par la R.T.F. et l'UNESCO pour les télé-clubs ruraux. Après la séance vote à main levée.
Description: A group of people of mixed ages sit in a schoolroom on rows of wooden desks, some holding their hands up. They look towards a figure standing at the front of the room who is counting the raised hands.

PHOTO0000003817

English transcription: Rural tele-clubs: "Urgent State" programme organised by UNESCO and the French Radio Television. Picture shows discussion after the programme.
French transcription: Télé-clubs ruraux : Programmes d'émissions "Etat d'urgence" organisée par la Radiodiffusion Française et l'UNESCO. Après l'émission, discussion.
Description: Picture taken in a classroom. A number of men and women of all ages are sitting at school desks. A middle aged woman is responding to a man standing in front of the group. At his side is a reel-to-reel projector.

PHOTO0000003621

English transcription: Rural television and teleclubs. A television programme, "State of Emergency," has been set up jointly by UNESCO and Radiodiffusion-Television Française (RTF). Shooting.
French transcription: Télévision rurale et téléclubs. Un programme de télévision "Etat d'urgence" a été mis sur pied par l'UNESCO et la Radiodiffusion-Télévision Française (RTF). Ici, une prise de vue.
Description: Vue plongeante d'un plateau de télévision. On voit d'abord les projecteurs. Plusieurs personnes sont sur le plateau. Ceux en costume sont filmés, les autres organisent la prise d'images.

PHOTO0000003542

English transcription: Indian radio editor.

Description: Interior. A woman is sitting in front of a 1/4 studio tape-recorder with a headphone. She seems to splice some leader tape. Beside her is a BASF tape box. In the blurred background is a CRT monitor.

PHOTO0000003588

French transcription: Radio des mineurs La Voz del Minero.
Description: Two men in a radio recording studio "radio la voz del minero." One is talking into a microphone, the other is adjusting the controls.

PHOTO0000003645

English transcription: Indian Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE). This experiment uses the first satellite capable of broadcasting television programs directly to community receivers. It was developed by the United States and his on loan to India for one year from August 1975. All programming is done by India and UNESCO helped in training program producers. An evening transmission is received on the community TV sed placed in the village square. The village is about 40 km from Jaipur.
French transcription: Une expérience de télévision éducative retransmise par le premier satellite capable de retransmettre un programme directement à un récepteur communautaire est actuellement en cours en Inde. Ce satellite a été conçu par les Etats Unis et mis à la disposition de l'Inde pour un an à partir du mois d'août 1975. La programmation est entièrement élaborée par l'Inde et l'UNESCO, de son côté, a participé à la formation des producteurs. Une retransmission nocturne sur la place du village, situé à une quarantaine de kilomètres de Jaipur.
Description: Picture taken in the evening outside a white building with windows. In front of the building, beside a tree, about 30 boys and girls are sitting on the ground. There is an illuminated television on a stand in front of the building.

PHOTO0000003647

English transcription: Indian Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE). This experiment uses the first satellite capable of broadcasting television programs directly to community receivers. It was developed by the United States and is on loan to India for one year from August 1975. All programming is done by India and UNESCO helped in training program producers. An evening transmission is received on the community TV set placed in the village square. The village is about 40 kms from Jaipur.
French transcription: Une expérience de télévision éducative retransmise par le premier satellite capable de retransmettre un programme directement à un récepteur communautaire est actuellement en cours en Inde. Ce satellite a été conçu par les Etats-Unis et mis à la disposition de l'Inde pour un an à partir du mois d'Aout 1975. La programmation est entièrement élaborée par l'Inde et l'UNESCO, de son côté, a participé à la formation des producteurs. Une retransmission nocturne sur la place du village, situé à une quarantaine de kilomètres de Jaipur.

PHOTO0000003646

English transcription: Indian Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE). This experiment uses the first satellite capable of broadcasting television programs directly to community receivers. It was developed by the United States and is on loan to India for one year from August 1975. All programming is done by India and UNESCO helped in training program producers. An outdoor class in the village of Pilikitilai, near Jaipur, where the community receiver is placed.
French transcription: Une expérience de télévision éducative retransmise par le premier satellite capable de retransmettre un programme directement à un récepteur communautaire est actuellement en cours en Inde. Ce satellite a été conçu par les Etats-Unis et mis à la disposition de l'Inde pour un an à partir du mois d'Aout 1975. La programmation est entièrement élaborée par l'Inde et l'UNESCO, de son côté, a participé à la formation des producteurs. Cours en plein air à l'école du village de Pilikitilai, près de Jaipur, où est retransmise une émission.

PHOTO0000003644

English transcription: Indian Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (SITE). This experiment uses the first satellite capable of broadcasting television programmes directly to community recerivers. It was developed by the United States and is on loan to India for one year from August 1975. All programming is done by India and UNESCO helped in training programme producers. A morning transmission in a school of the village of Pilikitilai near Jaipur.
French transcription: Une expérience de télévision éducative retransmise par le premier satellite capable de retransmettre un programme directement à un récepteur communautaire est actuellement en cours en Inde. Ce satellite a été conçu par les Etats Unis et mis à la disposition de l'Inde pour un an à partir du mois d'août 1975. La programmation est entièrement élaborée par l'Inde et l'UNESCO, de son côté, a participé à la formation des producteurs. Un programme matinal à l'école du village de Pilikitilai près de Jaipur.
Description: Dans une pièce, des enfants assis par terre regardent la télévision. Des adultes sont debout et regardent aussi. Un tableau noir est posé sur un chevalet avec des inscriptions hindous et anglais : "Our Republic Day".

PHOTO0000005109

French transcription: 38611 - Inde - New Delhi. Institut du film et de la télévision.
Description: Description: A group of people (two men and a woman seated in the front and several men standing in the back) are looking at a screen in a television studio that is outside the frame of the photo. Two of the seated people are wearing headphones, including the woman, whose headphone has an attached microphone. The man next to her is operating a control panel.

PHOTO0000003511

English transcription: Arab Republic of Egypt - 1972. Broadcasting House, Cairo.
French transcription: République Arabe d'Egypte -1972 - La Maison de la Radio au Caire.

PHOTO0000003695

English transcription: A young boy in the village of Pabré listens with astonishment to a transistor radio.
French transcription: Un petit garçon du village de Pabré regarde, émerveillé, un transistor qu'on lui a prêté.
Description: Un petit garçon portant une blouse rayée, tient un petit transistor. Il le regarde et esquisse un sourire.

PHOTO0000003540

English transcription: SENEGAL - Dakar - 1969. UNESCO Pilot Project for the Production of Audio-Visual Materials. One of the particular applications of this project is in rural areas where educational broadcasts are produced. The farmers are consulted, listen to recent radio programmes or discuss their problems in front of the microphone. In return, they receive advice and direction which contributes to a more rational and profitable production. From left to right, Mr. Nar Diop and Mr. M. Bourgeois, France, expert of UNESCO in the radio studio.
French transcription: Senegal - Dakar - 1969. Projet-pilote de l'UNESCO pour la production de matériel audio-visuel. Ce projet trouve son aboutissement particulièrement en zone rurale où des émissions éducatives sont réalisées. Les paysans sont consultés, discutent de leurs problèmes devant le micro ou de la dernière émission. Avis et directives leur sont donnés, contribuant ainsi à un travail plus rationnel et plus rentable. Ici, au studio, de g. à dr. M. Nar Diop et M. M. Bourgeois France, expert de l'UNESCO.
Description: Two men are in front of radio equipment. A man is sitting and operating the equipment, another man is standing behind him observing. There are several boxes of Scotch brand magnetic tape. One piece of equipment has a tag on it with the name 'Binson Echorec Mod. T7E.'

PHOTO0000003519

Description: Outside, day. A bearded man wearing a boubou and a straw hat is sitting on a chair, under a tree. Facing him, a younger man is kneeling, holding a microphone in face of bearded man, and a tape recorder with a shoulder trap. Behind them, about ten men are looking and listening them.

PHOTO0000005107

English transcription: Pilot Project for the Production of Audio-Visual Materials. One of the particular applications of this project is in rural areas where educational broadcasts are produced. The farmers are consulted, listen to recent radio programmes or discuss their problems in front of the microphone. In return, they receive advice and direction which contributes to a more rational and profitable production. Mr. M. Bourgeois, France, UNESCO expert (left), and a technician preparing for a broadcast from the village of Babak, north of Dakar.
French transcription: Projet-pilote de l'UNESCO pour la production de matériel audio-visuel. Ce projet trouve son aboutissement particulièrement en zones rurales où des émissions éducatives sont réalisées. Les paysans sont consultés, discutent de leurs problèmes devant le micro ou de la dernière émission. Avis et directives leur sont donnés, contribuant ainsi à un travail plus rationnel et plus rentable. Ici, M. M. Bourgeois France, expert de l'UNESCO (à gauche) et un technicien préparant une émission au village de Babak, au nord de Dakar.
Description: In a village, a technician is holding a recorder, while a man sets up the equipment. They are surrounded by a group of observers outdoors, mainly children sitting on the ground and some men.

PHOTO0000003503

English transcription: Zambia - Muswshi Central Province (Tonga) - 1970. The Rural Broadcasting Programme receives assistance from UNESCO, and includes a weekly Farm Forum broadcast of farming news and hints. This programme is put out in seven languages and the large majority of listeners are from rural areas. Here, a Ministry official tapes interviews with local farmers for use on the programme.
French transcription: Zambie - Province centrale de Muswshi (Tonga) - 1970. Programme radiophonique rural. Ce programme qui reçoit l'assistance de l'UNESCO, est composé d'émissions d'information et de conseils ruraux qui sont diffusées une fois par semaine en 7 dialectes et sont largement suivies par la population. Ici, un fonctionnaire de Ministère de l'Agriculture enregistre une interview avec des fermiers qui sera retransmise lors d'une émission de la tribune radiophonique rurale.
Description: Six people, two women and four men, are standing outdoors around a chair, while another man, crouching, operates a recording device on the chair and holds up a microphone to the group. A thatched-roof structure is visible in the background.

PHOTO0000003515

English transcription: Zambia - Muswshi Central Province (Tonga) - 1970. The Rural broadcasting Programme receives assistance from UNESCO, and includes a weekly Farm Forum broadcast news and hints. This programme is put out in seven languages and the large majority of listeners are from rural areas. Here David Eggli, radio reporter, interviews Silas Muntanga, Chief Communications Officer of the Ministry of Rural Development and counterpart to UNESCO expert in charge of the project (from left to right).
French transcription: Zambie - Province centrale de Muswshi (Tonga) - 1970. Programme radiophonique rural. Ce programme qui reçoit l'assistance de l'UNESCO, est composé d'émissions d'information et de conseils ruraux qui sont diffusées une fois par semaine en 7 dialectes et sont largement suivies par la population. Ici, David Eggli, reporter radio, interviewe Silas Muntanga, responsable de l'information au Ministère du Développement rural et homologue de l'expert de l'UNESCO chargé du projet (de gauch à droit).

PHOTO0000003698

English transcription: The Rural Radio Broadcasting Programme receives assistance from UNESCO. Here, country people of this province (90 miles from Lusaka) listen to the Farm Forum broadcast and discuss the programme. Farm Forum is weekly broadcast of farming news and hints, put out in seven languages, and has a big audience in the countryside.
French transcription: Programme radiophonique rural. Ce programme reçoit l'assistance de l'UNESCO. Ici, des villageois de cette province sutuée à 140 km de Lusaka, écoutent une émission de la tribune radiophonique rurale et en discutent. Ces émissions qui sont diffusées une fois par semaine en 7 dialectes, sont des émissions d'information et de conseils ruraux, très suivie de la population.
Description: Dans une forêt, des hommes et des femmes sont regroupés autour d'une table sur laquelle est posée un transistor. Certains sont assis sur des chaises. Les femmes et les enfants sont assis par terre.

PHOTO0000004075

English transcription: In order to help the Indian Government in its campaign for rural education through radio, UNESCO has instituted a Gift Coupon Scheme for the purchase of radios for use in villages. Villagers listening to a radio programme.
French transcription: Afin d'aider le Gouvernement de l'Inde dans un campagne d'éducation rurale par la radio, l'UNESCO a créé le système des Bons d'Entraide pour l'achat d'appareils radio. Ici, les villageois écoutent un programme de radio.
Description: A large group of people (mainly men) are listening to a radio outdoors, under a large tree, in the evening. Most of them are wearing white or light-colored clothes.

PHOTO0000003527

English transcription: Niger - Niamey - 1966. Radio-clubs. In close collaboration with the UNESCO-assisted Audio-Visual Centre, the Radio-Clubs Association receives from all over the country magnetic tapes recorded locally by 55 "animateurs," each provided with a portable tape-recorder for the recording of interviews, songs, and commentaries on subjects chosen for their educational value. Here, a technician sorts out the tapes.
French transcription: 32566 - Niger - Niamey - 1966. Radio-Clubs. Travaillant en étroite collaboration avec le Centre National Audio-Visuel assisté par l'UNESCO, l'Association des Radio-Clubs recoit de toutes les parties du pays des bandes magnétiques enregistrées sur place par 55 animateurs et contenant des interviews, chansons et commentaires sur des sujets choisis pour leur intérêt éducatif. Ici, un technicien trie des bandes.

PHOTO0000003822

English transcription: A programme being televised in the studios of the Côte d'Ivoire radio and television organization.
French transcription: Prise de vue dans les studios de la radiodiffusion-télévision ivoirienne.
Description: The photo shows a television studio in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, with four people taking part in the making of the programme. Two are sitting by a desk with a microphone in front of them and two other staff members are recording the programme with cameras.

PHOTO0000003522

English transcription: An outside view of the Côte d'Ivoire radio and television broadcasting studios.
French transcription: Vue extérieure des bâtiments de la radiodiffusion-télévision ivoirienne.
Description: A view of three modern buildings. A broadcasting tower rises from the center building. In the foreground, a small palm tree looks recently planted in a field of exposed soil.

PHOTO0000003513

English transcription: Côte d'Ivoire - Bingerville - 1965. The Radio-Bingerville transmitting station.
French transcription: COTE D'IVOIRE - Bingerville - 1965. L'émetteur radio de Bingerville.

PHOTO0000003818

English transcription: A programme being televised by Radio Ouagadougou.
French transcription: Prise de vue pour une émission télévisée à Radio-Ouagadougou.
Description: Two men are operating cameras aimed at a man sitting at a desk. The man is looking to his right. There are some documents on the desk. Behind the man are curtains and to the left, a built-in shelf with books.

PHOTO0000004005

English transcription: A technician of the Guinea broadcasting service recording a local festivity.
French transcription: Un technicien de Radio Guinée enregistre une fête folklorique.
Description: A man is recording a festive event with recoring equipment and a microphone. The people around him are mainly women, wearing traditional garments, and some children. They are sitting and clapping.

PHOTO0000003684

English transcription: Transistor radios find their way into the most isolated villages.
French transcription: Grâce à leur transistor ces jeunes-gens d'un village isolé se sentent moins coupés du monde.
Description: Trois hommes portant une sorte de toge blanche écoutent la radio via un transistor. L'un d'entre eux sourit. Derrière eux, des maisons avec des toits en chaume.

PHOTO0000003823

English transcription: Lagos television. The television studios.
French transcription: Télévision à Lagos. Ici, prise de vue dans les studios.
Description: The photo shows a television studio in Lagos, Nigeria. A woman (the host of the program) is sitting in an armchair, while a group of young women are standing next to her. Two staff members are recording the program behind the camera. The picture also shows the lighting and the general infrastructure of the studio.

PHOTO0000003506

English transcription: The first television network created in Africa. Here, sound recording.
French transcription: Première chaîne de télévision créée en Afrique. Ici, enregistrement du son.

PHOTO0000003850

English transcription: First television network created in Africa. The television of a children's programme.
French transcription: Première chaine de télévision créée en Afrique. Ici, émission pour les jeunes.
Description: The photo shows a group of small children (both girls and boys) sitting on chairs or standing in a television studio. A woman (the host of the program) is giving instructions to them, while a man is standing behind the camera. The camera has the following label "WNTV 1." There are two white boards on the curtains behind the children with letters on them, such as A, B...

PHOTO0000003824

English transcription: Nigeria - Ibadan - 1963. The first television network created in Africa. Here, televising a children's programme. MVM/TV.
French transcription: 26360 - Nigeria - Ibadan - 1963. Première chaine de télévision créée en Afrique. Ici, enregistrement d'une émission enfantine.
Description: The photo shows the making of a children's television programme in Nigeria. A woman is sitting and smiling in the center (she is presumably the host), while a group of children sit next to and behind her. One child them is standing in the front, speaking to the camera. A man is recording the program behind the camera.

PHOTO0000003501

English transcription: Nigeria - Ibadan -1963. The first television network created in Africa. Here, technicians responsible for the coordination of sound and music.
French transcription: Nigeria - Ibadan - 1963. Première chaine de télévision créée en Afrique. Ici, des techniciens chargés de la coordination du son et de la musique.
Description: Two people, a man and a woman, are in a room that looks like a radio station. There are two record players, two reel-to-reel audio tape recording devices, and other electronic equipment. There is a large floor radio. The man is operating the record player and the woman is monitoring the reel-to-reel equipment.

PHOTO0000003525

English transcription: The first television network created in Africa. Here, technicians responsible for the coordination of sound and music.
French transcription: Première chaine de télévision créée en Afrique. Ici, des techniciens chargés de la coordination du son et de la musique.

PHOTO0000003499

English transcription: Liberia - Monrovia Region - 1963. Mr. Daliot from the Israel Broadcasting Service, a UNESCO expert, recording for UNESCO a folksong sung by a village schoolboy.
French transcription: Liberia - Région de Monrovia - 1963. M. Daliot de l'Israel Broadcasting Service et expert de l'UNESCO, enregistre pour celle-ci un air folklorique chanté par un écolier de la tribu des Kpelle.
Description: A man and a boy are outdoors crouched down in front of tropical plants and bushes. They are facing one another with a recording device between them. They are wearing summer clothing and are barefoot.

PHOTO0000003692

English transcription: Group of shopkeepers listen to the latest news from Nouakchott.
French transcription: Groupe de commerçants écoutant les informations.
Description: Sur la place d'un village, des hommes sont regroupés autour d'un jeune homme qui tient un transistor. On voit derrière eux des huttes. Les hommes sont habillés en vêtements traditionnels sauf un, qui a un blouson et des lunettes de soleil.

PHOTO0000003509

English transcription: Broadcasting school, assisted by the United Nations and UNESCO. Shown here is the school's chief instructor, left, with a second-year student in the studio.
French transcription: Ecole de radiodiffusion aidée par les Nations Unies et l'UNESCO. Ici, l'instructeur en chef de l'école (à gauche) avec un étudiant de seconde année au studio.

PHOTO0000003512

English transcription: Libya - Tripoli - 1972. Broadcasting School assisted by the United Nations and UNESCO. Shown here is the school's chief instructor, left, with a second-year student in the studio.
French transcription: Libye - Tripoli - 1972. Ecole de radiodiffusion aidée par les Nations Unies et l'UNESCO. Ici, l'instructeur en chef de l'école (à gauche) avec un étudiant de seconde année au studio.

PHOTO0000003510

English transcription: Broadcasting School assisted by the United Nations and UNESCO. Shown here is a second-year student repairing a radio set.
French transcription: Ecole de radiodiffusion aidée par les Nations Unies et l'UNESCO. Ici, un étudiant de seconde année réparant un appareil de radio.

PHOTO0000003505

English transcription: Broadcasting school assisted by the United Nations and UNESCO. Shown here are students in the recording studio.
French transcription: Ecole de Radiophonie. Aidés par les Nations Unies et l'UNESCO, ici des étudiants au studio pendant un enregistrement.
Description: A group of musicians, some playing various instruments, stand or sit while recording in a studio. A boom operator is seen in the foreground of the image.

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English transcription: A studio at the experimental television station of All India Radio. Twice a week this station telecasts a one-hour programme composed of documentary films. Here, a programme aimed at market gardeners in the region is in preparation. An agronomist gives his advice on the cultivation of vegetables.
French transcription: Studio de la station expérimentale de télévision "All India Radio." Cette station donne deux fois par semaine un programme d'une heure composé de films documentaires. Ici, préparation d'une émission destinée aux maraîchers de la région. Un expert agronome donne sous forme d'interview des conseils sur la culture des légumes.

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English transcription: A studio at the experimental television station of All Radio India. Twice a week this station telecasts a one-hour programme composed of documentary films. Here, a programme aimed at market gardeners in the region is in preparation. An agronomist gives his advice on the cultivation of vegetables.
French transcription: Studio de la station expérimentale de télévision "All India Radio." Cette station donne deux fois par semaine un programme d'une heure composé de films documentaires. Ici, préparation d'une émission destinée aux maraichers de la région. Un expert agronome donne sous forme d'interview des conseils sur la culture des légumes.

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English transcription: A studio at the experimental television station of All India Radio. Twice a week this station telecasts a one-hour programme composed of documentary films. Here, a programme aimed at market gardeners in the region is in preparation. An agronomist gives his advice on the cultivation of vegetables.
French transcription: Studio de la station expérimentale de télévision "All India Radio." Cette station donne deux fois par semaine un programme d'une heure composé de films documentaires. Ici préparation d'une émission destinée aux maraichers de la région. Un expert agronome donne sous forme d'interview des conseils sur la culture des légumes.

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English transcription: Rural teleclub. To date there are 20 teleclubs in Delhi and the surrounding villages. During the hot months the teleclub meets in the open courtyard of the Community Development Centre. Half an hour before the programme is due to begin, the equipment is installed.
French transcription: Téléclub rural. Il existe actuellement 20 téléclubs à Delhi et dans les villages environnants. Pendant les mois chauds, le téléclub se réunit en plein air, dans la cour du Centre de développement communautaire. L'appareil est mis en place une demi-heure avant le commencement du programme.
Description: A large group of people, mainly young girls and boys, are sitting outdoors watching a television programme. An older man sits at the front next to the television. A group of people are standing or sitting on benches behind the seated audience.

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English transcription: Rural Teleclub. To date there 20 teleclubs in Delhi and its surrounding villages. Here, the majority of the spectators are children, who are particularly interested in documentary films.
French transcription: Téléclub rural. Il existe actuellement 20 téléclubs à Delhi et dans les villages environnants. Ici, la majorité des spectateurs sont des enfants. Ils sont particulièrement intéressés par les films documentaires.
Description: A group of children, both girls and boys, sit in neat rows outside on the ground watching a television set on a table. An older man stands next to the television. To the side, a small group of women sit in chairs.

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English transcription: Bombay City Social Education Centre. Discussion group after radio programme. The discussions are led by Srimati K. Dandekar, Committee Social Worker. This Centre is helped by the UNESCO Gift Coupons System.
French transcription: Centre d'éducation sociale de Bombay. Mme Srimati K. Dandekar, membre du Comité des Travailleurs Sociaux, mène la discussion après un programme radiodiffusé. Ce Centre est aidé par le système de bons d'entraide de l'UNESCO.
Description: People in front of radio set.