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25th October 1996 at 01:00
BUSINESS Where Does All the Money Go? The first video produced for the Financial Transactions, Costing and Pricing unit of Advanced GNVQ Business presents a dramatised case study set in a travel company with an unscrupulous boss. It explains how money moves around the company, how profit is calculated and how the firm fixes its prices. Price to colleges, Pounds 120; to schools, Pounds 42. TV Choice, 22 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H OHR.

POLITICSPSE Under the Blue Flag This 30-minute video with accompanying study guide poses questions about the international community's response to conflict and potential conflicts. It looks at the international reaction to the Rwanda massacres, the use of unarmed observers in Angola, low-tech development programmes in Bolivia, and democracy in the UN with regard to the role of the five major powers on the Security Council. Pounds 13. International Broadcasting Trust, 2 Ferdinand Place, London NW1 8EE.

HISTORY Nostradamus - Prophet of Doom; Pocahontas - Her True Story; Michelangelo - Artist and Man; Cleopatra -Destiny's Queen These are the first four titles in a new video label, History Channel, and focus on leading historical characters, whose lives have become clouded by myth. Pounds 10.99 each. From leading bookshops. Information from: Media Communications, Research House, Fraser Road, Perivale, Middlesex, UB6 7AQ. Tel: 0181 998 1517.

MUSIC Ifield Community College Choir Ifield Community College is a 12-18 comprehensive school in Crawley, West Sussex. Its choir regularly participates in festivals and competitions and is now the subject of a video by SVC Television, which is promoted as a tribute to the choir and as a music education resource. Pounds 10. From Ifield Community College Choir, Lady Margaret Road, Ifield, Crawley, West Sussex. RH11 0DB. Tel: 01293 420500.

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