Part one of two from this full length episode.
Part two of two from this full length episode.
The credits for this episode.
District High School was very much geared to a manual programme. The boys built, they were the carpenters. So they were getting practical experience. The girls learned cooking, so there was a very heavy bias towards this kind of curriculum.– Anne Delamere, Social Welfare Officer
The waterfront authority brought down a decision: nine percent, take it or leave it, and we knew that, at last, this was it. The only justification for a union is if it’s prepared to fight for its workers’ rights and standards of living. We had no option.– Jock Barnes, president, New Zealand Watersiders Union