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This 1993 profile of local dentist, Brian Harvey, shows how he splits his time between a local practice and an advisory role - while leaving ample time to socialise at the local rotary club.
1993 15 mins
Bryan Harvey is a dentist in Essex. His career is split between his practice, working as an advisor at the British Dental Association, and working as an oral surgeon. The short programme attempts to show a rounded portrait of the man rather than focusing exclusively on his work – showing his family life and social engagements at the local rotary club.
Part of a series called Profiles, the film was produced in collaboration with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, aiming to illustrate to international audiences the (presumably) appealing lifestyles enjoyed by British professionals.
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