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BIOLOGICAL BACKLASH

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Four documentary programmes by GERALD LEACH
1: Impact on Environment
Now and again the powerful technology that we use so easily produces unexpected reactions: nature kicks back. The obvious example was the quite unexpected build-up of persistent pesticides, but are there other problems that we are engineering for ourselves?
The programme has been prepared from conversations recorded with DR. ALEX COMFORT
PROFESSOR
Sir JOSEPH HUTCHINSON F.R.S. ,
DR. JOHN KENDREW F.R.S. ,
DR. PALMER NEWBOULD
PROFESSOR J. W. S. PRINGLE. F.R.S.
PROFESSOR JOHN MAYNARD SMITH
PROFESSOR W. H. THORPE F.R.S. ,
PROFESSOR C. H. WADDINGTON F.R.S. ,
Produced by Mick Rhodes
Second broadcast
Impact on Man: August 3

Contributors

Unknown: Gerald Leach
Unknown: Sir Joseph Hutchinson F.R.S.
Unknown: Dr. John Kendrew F.R.S.
Unknown: Dr. Palmer Newbould
Unknown: Professor J. W. S. Pringle. F.R.S.
Unknown: Professor John Maynard Smith
Unknown: Professor W. H. Thorpe F.R.S.
Unknown: Professor C. H. Waddington F.R.S.
Produced By: Mick Rhodes

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BIOLOGICAL BACKLASH

Network Three, 28 July 1967 19.30






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