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Introduced by Colin Riach.

The Big Smoke
Nine years after the passing of the Clean Air Act, where do we stand? Scientists are gradually finding out why dirty air Is so harmful to ill persons.
With Dr. P.J. Lawther of Air Pollution Research Centre at St. Bartholomew's Hospital.

and
The Model Makers
Whenever the things they study are too big, too far off, or too hot to handle, scientists can make a model of these - but can they be sure their models truly represent reality?
With Rum Harre; Dr. Harry Rosenberg of the Clarendon Laboratory; Jack Hanson of the Royal Aircraft Establishment; Professor Roger Blin-Stoyle of Sussex University and Nike Arrighi.
Introduced by John Napier.

Contributors

Presenter: Colin Riach
Speaker (The Big Smoke): Dr. P. J. Lawther
Panellist (The Model Makers): Rum Harre
Panellist (The Model Makers): Dr. Harry Rosenberg
Panellist (The Model Makers): Professor Roger Blin-Stoyle
Panellist (The Model Makers): Nike Arrighi
Item presenter (The Model Makers): John Napier
Studio director: Peter Smith
Producer: Richard Mason
Producer: Norman James
Presented by: Michael Latham
Series editor: G. Rattray Taylor

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