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Antenna

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Presented by Lewis Wolpert Issues from science today Invisible Wounds
This summer, three sailors reached crisis point: they were going crazy and didn't know why. Karl [text removed] tried to kill himself; Jim [text removed] was violent to the family he loved; Taff [text removed] was struck deaf and blind. Each felt isolated. It was only when they came together at the Royal Naval Hospital
Haslar in Gosport that they discovered the key to their common problem ... the Falklands war five years ago. Through the Looking Glass
Antenna follows two research scientists who've won British Association Fellowships to try their hand at working in the media. An Oxford molecular biologist starts work on Channel 4 News. Shell's expert on gas explosions finds himself on Tomorrow's World. How do they cope?
Research SAM ROBERTS. ANNA LLOYD DAVID MALONE
Directors OLIVER MORSE. ED BRIFFA
Executive producer DAVID PATERSON Series producer JANA BENNETT

Contributors

Presented By: Lewis Wolpert
Unknown: Karl Kirby
Unknown: Jim Mulvey
Unknown: Taff Thomas
Unknown: Sam Roberts.
Unknown: Anna Lloyd
Unknown: David Malone
Directors: Oliver Morse.
Producer: David Paterson
Producer: Jana Bennett

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