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  1. Bone Setting

    Date released
    1974
    Series name
    Living Tomorrow
    Issue no
    132
    NoS ID
    325556
    Story no
    3 / 3

    COI synopsis: Sometimes a badly broken leg bone will never "knit", even if the broken sections are held together with a plate. Amputation was normally the only course left until a Birmingham surgeon designed...

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  2. Bone Orchestra, The (2004)

    Director
    Jocelyn Cammack
    Producer
    Polly Nash
    Subject
    Medical sciences
    Distribution
    Sale, DVD (Region 0 PAL, 14 minutes), £10.00

    Commissioned to document the research of the Bone and Mineral Centre, University College London, Spectacle’s short, experimental video provides a unique perspective on osteoporosis.

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  3. Newsnight [14/04/1981] (1981 Television)

    aka: Black Actors

    Series
    Newsnight

    Television current affairs series. Includes an item (c 9min) in which Fran Morrison reports on London’s National Theatre production of Measure for Measure, directed by Michael Rudman, which is set in the...

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  4. Shirley Nolan on bone marrow units (1981)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Shirley Nolan whose son Anthony Nolan died of leukaemia, about the government plans to set up bone marrow donor units outside London. Female interviewer not identified.

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  5. Advertisement No.173 - nd [April 1983]

    Track 1- The Hamilton [0:30 sec]. Track 2- Portsmouth Football prom; also Levi jeans [0:23 sec]. Track 3- M and M Spanish Homes [2 takes];[0:52 sec]. Track 4- J Clarke and Company [0:29 sec]. Track 5- H Bone...

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  6. A Chance to live (1985)

    Marion Wrigley, a Preston housewife, spent the last few weeks of her life setting up an appeal to raise cash for research and to seek for donors to help sufferers of the rare bone marrow disease Aplastic...

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  7. New film & TV books in October

    Date
    18 Oct 2012, 17:11
    Author
    Sergio Angelini
    Post Type
    BUFVC Review

    Behind the Scenes at the BBFC: Film Classification from the Silver Screen to the Digital Age Edited by Edward Lamberti (foreword by Mark Kermode) (BFI/Palgrave Macmillan, 23 Nov 2012), 256 pages ISBN:...

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  8. British donor, on bone marrow transplant (1985)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with father of two, Kevin Meades, prior to his donation of bone marrow to Australian child Alicia Capell in 08/85. He is the last hope for the little girl who is suffering from rare childhood...

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  9. Bone marrow transplant boy (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Mr and Mrs Dewhurst on being on top of the world following their son Leslie’s recovery from a bone marrow transplant, of possible complications, awaiting the family’s return to New Zealand and publicity...

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  10. Death of Anthony Nolan (1979)

    Genre
    News report; Speech

    Report on the funeral of Anthony Nolan who died of bone marrow disease at the age of 7. Includes sermon by Rev Bill Matthews. The Anthony Nolan Trust for bone marrow donation and transplantation has been set...

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