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From Atomic Power to Zoos A hard look at the world around us with Michael Buerk and reporters John Howard and Linda Mitchell

What Price Fresh Air?
Eight years ago American scientists proved conclusively that lead in petrol damaged children's brains. Since then there has been a steady campaign against it. But many British motorists are still confused. And some oil companies have been slow on the uptake. So who can use lead-free petrol and at what cost? Nature has been finding out. Also, the return of the rat: why water sport enthusiasts are being warned about a disease carried by Britain's most common rodent.
Plus the latest live news from around the world.
Studio director ANDY BATTEN FOSTER
Producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN
Editor PETER SALMON
BBC Bristol
The book 'Far from Paradise: The Story of Man's Impact on the Environment' by John Seymour and Herbert Giradet, in which the authors examine the fragile relationship between mankind and his environment, is available from retailers.

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Buerk
Unknown: John Howard
Unknown: Andy Batten
Producer: Amanda Theunissen
Editor: Peter Salmon
Unknown: John Seymour
Unknown: Herbert Giradet

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