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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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."

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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.'

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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.