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[ATV Today: 29.03.1971: Balsall Heath Slum]

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Date 1971
Duration 00:02:51
Film type Colour / Sound
Production Professional
Genre Television News
Company ATV
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Summary Report re Shelter criticism of Vincent Crescent, Balsall Heath in Birmingham. Interview with residents about the conditions.
Description We see interior and exterior shots of houses in a very run down condition on Vincent Crescent. Vox pops with women living on the street about the conditions.
Credits No Credits Specified
Tags Housing

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