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'Up The Junction' was part of the Wednesday Play series and was based
on Nell Dunn's 1963 novel depicting modern teenage life in the industrial
slums of London's battersea, near Clapham Junction (hence the title).
In 1965 it was adapted for television by the BBC and was directed by Ken
Loach (and later made into a film).
Rube, Sylvie and Eileen are raucous young women who want to have fun.
They work in a dreary factory and are on the town, looking for lads,
at night.
The play was the first to seriously tackle the issue or abortion.
It paints a realistic portrait of working-class Londoners at work and play.

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