In Brief

24th January 1997 at 00:00
* Making the News from the British Film Institute, examines how TV news is put together. The workshop, aimed at GCSE level, will cover reporting, filming, decision-making, editing and studio presentation. February 7, 11.00-12. 30am. Call the NFT Box Office on 0171 928 3232, tickets Pounds 3.

* Count Me In a series of programmes on BBC television and radio (January 25-31) is part of BBC Education's numeracy campaign which aims to help people who have difficulties in dealing with numbers. Freephone 0500 555666 for further details.

* Examining the Media is a comprehensive textbook which includes knowledge-based information, practical tasks, activities and questions, meeting the specific requirements for GCSE media studies. Hodder Stoughton, Pounds 9.99. Tel: 0171 873 6000.

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