Video Diaries, BBC2's award-winning documentary series, gives people a video camera and the necessary training and asks them to record their everyday lives. To date it has covered a lot of ground - a miner's wife coming to terms with pit closures, a British doctor working in Albania, a civil war veteran returning to Spain. Now it has turned its attention to the issue of leadership and, in seeking participants from the world of business, has asked for our help. It is looking for two managers, male or female, from a small firm or conglomerate, to record what it's like, both in and out of work, to run a company, make decisions and manage people. The subject, it assures us, retains full editorial control. Those, presumably extroverts, who are interested should contact the BBC Community Programme Unit on 081-576 1158.
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