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  1. Pegasus comes to Babcock House

    Date released
    1957
    Series name
    Babcock Review
    Issue no
    4
    NoS ID
    352821
    Story no
    2 / 4

    Babcock and Wilcox synopsis: Modern engineering, and particularly nuclear engineering, is increasingly complex and the requirements of design involve a mass of long and complicated calculation. Electronics...

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  2. Careers for Women - Making a Choice (1982 Video)

    Subject
    Sociology
    Distribution
    Out of Distribution, Videocassette. Standard formats. col. 30 min.

    Interviews with ten women who work in jobs rarely occupied by women (e.g. nuclear engineering) or who hold positions of responsibility which are not often entrusted to female employees (e.g. assistant bank...

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  3. Nuclear expert accuses CEGB of withholding evidence (1988)

    Genre
    Interview

    John Large, an independent nuclear expert, has been commissioned by Somerset County Council to assess evidence on the safety aspects of a planned new nuclear reactor at Hinkley Point. He accuses the Central...

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  4. Richard Knox on British nuclear safety (1979)

    Genre
    Interview

    Richard Knox, writer for Nuclear Engineering International magazine, on whether an accident similar to that which happened at Three Mile Island in the United States could happen in the United Kingdom. Knox...

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  5. The space race (1978)

    Genre
    News report; Press conference

    Norman Beebe reports on the space race, which the United States entered 20 years ago today with the launch of its first satellite into orbit. Recently, the Soviets’ Cosmos 954 was powered by a nuclear...

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  6. Argentina’s missile technology (1984)

    Genre
    Interview

    Unidentified male speaker on Argentina’s ability to develop missiles with help from other countries. Male interviewer not identified.

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  7. Roland Joffe on Shadow Makers (1990)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Roland Joffe, director of the film Shadow Makers (known in the USA as Fat Man and Little Boy) on the importance of the film; casting and the real figures including Robert Oppenheimer and...

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  8. Korean Physicists

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    Date released
    Jan 1966
    Series name
    Roundabout
    Issue no
    44
    NoS ID
    327720
    Story no
    2 / 5

    NoS synopsis: Features two physicists from the University of Sole in Korea, who are working in the Nuclear Engineering Department of Queen Mary College, at London University. Mr Kim is doing research into...

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  9. Edward Pochin on conditions at Aldermaston Nuclear Plant (1978)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    Inquiry author and radiation expert Edward Pochin on conditions at the Aldermaston Nuclear plant after it was found that three women had high levels of plutonium in their bodies. Pochin says improvements...

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  10. Edward Pochin on conditions at Aldermaston (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Aldermaston inquiry author and radiation expert Edward Pochin describes conditions at the plant and the plutonium poisoning of three workers there. He says the majority of workers had a normal level of...

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