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A review of the sciences.
Introduced by Colin Riach.

The Dolphins that Joined the Navy
American Navy scientists are engaged in an intensive programme of research on the most intelligent and friendly of sea creatures, the dolphin, and in particular on its almost uncanny powers of navigation.
Tonight's film includes scenes showing researchers trying to speak directly to these animals and dolphins talking to each other through underwater telephones.

A Theory of the Earth
The eminent Canadian geologist, Professor Tuzo Wilson, explains his new 'Froth on the Broth' theory of the structure of the earth to David Wilson before his recent lecture to the Royal Geological Society.

Contributors

Presenter: Colin Riach
Interviewee (A Theory of the Earth): Professor Tuzo Wilson
Interviewer (A Theory of the Earth): David Wilson
Director: Adrian Malone
Presented by: Dick Gilling
Executive producer: Gordon Rattray Taylor

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