TV Screening: Oral history Project - 'How Far Do Leaves Fall?'

‘How Far Do Leaves Fall?’ is part of a wider oral history project by Chinese Mental Health Association (CMHA) in collaboration with Heritage Lottery Fund. It presents a fascinating personal history of Chinese immigration in London, together with exploring intergenerational differences in cultural experience for members of the community, young and old.

It will be screened on the BBC Community Channel:

Sky 539, Virgin TV 233, Freeview 87

From: 10/04/2007
Until: 15/04/2007

Venue: BBC Community Channel
Sky 539
Virgin TV 233
Freeview 87

Contact person: Chinese Mental Health Association

Contact no.: 020-7613-1008

Notes: Dates and Times for Screening:

Tuesday, 10th April. 09h00 and 15h00
Wednesday, 11th. April. 10h30 and 16h30
Thursday, 12th. April. 07h00 / 13h00 / 19h00 and 01h00
Friday, 13th. April. 06h00 / 12h00 / and 18h00
Saturday, 14th. April 10h00 and 16h00
Sunday, 15th. April. 08h00 / 14h00 / 20h00 and 02h00

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