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For Schools, Colleges

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11.40 Today and Tomorrow
The Dawning of the Solar Age
Developments in science and technology which could have far-reaching effects on our future.
WILLIAM WOOLLARD investigates the energy crisis and illustrates, with examples from California and New Mexico, some of the experiments going on to harness the energy of wind and sun. In the 21st century we hear of a solar power station in orbit above the earth and a solar-powered airship. With JAYNE LESTER
NICHOLAS YOUNG, IAIN ANDERS Series producer BRUCE JAMSON
12.5 pm Mind Stretchers
A series of five problems for 10-and 11-year-olds designed to encourage thinking skills.
3: Calendars - the Solution
Presented by ANTHONY DANIELS Rethinking the calendar. Series producer DAVID TAFT

Contributors

Unknown: William Woollard
Unknown: Jayne Lester
Producer: Bruce Jamson
Presented By: Anthony Daniels
Producer: David Taft

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For Schools, Colleges

BBC One London, 22 May 1981 11.40






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