University of the Third Age. Part of When I'm 65
A You and Yours interview more than 30 years ago discussed lifelong learning for older people. It prompted more than 400 letters and later that year, the University of the Third Age was established. We discuss the role the U3A plays today, as part of the BBC's When I'm 65 season
Available since: Thu 12 Jul 2012
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You and Yours O2 network problems, should libraries ever get rid of books, and When I'm 65: The University of the Third Age
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First broadcast: 12 Jul 2012
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