Scene: After The Gold Rush

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started22nd May 1980
last rpt12th Oct 1984
6 school years
duration25 mins
subject ⚖️Citizenship
age rangeAge 13-16
languageenIn English
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After The Gold Rush is an episode of the BBC schools TV series Scene from the 1980s, covering citizenship for secondary school pupils.

A shortened version of a drama-documentary shown on The Lively Arts in January 1980, with Fulton Mackay playing the Scottish poet Robert Service, who became rich during the Klondike Gold Rush as a professional poet and reciter chronicling the challenges of the Yukon.


  • Summer 1980
  • Spring 1982
  • Autumn 1984



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