|01||The Woodcraft Folk||19990510||The young pioneers of Britain's most liberal and anti-militarist youth group.|
Alan Dein spends a week among the changing world of Britain's youth groups. 1: The Woodcraft Folk
|02||The Boys||19990511||Alan Dein returns to the GLASGOW roots of the famous military uniforms and pillbox hats. Are they still relevant to modern Britain?|
2: The Boys ' Brigade. Alan Dein returns to the Glasgow roots of the famous military uniforms and pillbox hats. For details see yesterday
|03||The Jewish Lads And Girls Brigade||19990512||"|
"Dein looks at the oldest surviving Jewish youth organisation, founded to create `a good Jew and a good ENGLISHman'."
3: The Jewish Lads' and Girls' Brigade For details see Monday
|04||The Sea Cadets||19990513||Dein discovers why making young people shipshape is still a moral crusade.|
4: The Sea Cadets. Why making the young shipshape is still a moral crusade. For details see Monday
|05 LAST||The Horse Rangers||19990514||"|
"An American musical inspired one man to create a youth group dedicated to horses - forty years later, young cowboy-uniformed members are still joining."
5: The Horse Rangers For details see Monday