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  1. Poison Gas Sunk at Sea

    Date released
    4 Aug 1947
    Series name
    British Paramount News
    Issue no
    1714
    NoS ID
    040649
    Story no
    3 / 6
    Extras
    1 commentary sheet, 1 cameraman dope sheet, 1 shot list

    8,000 tons of poison gas, in bombs, shells and containers, is sunk in Bay of Biscay.

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  2. Food Protection: Poison or Pleasure? (1995 Video)

    aka: Food: Poison or Pleasure?: The Family Food Protection Plan

    Director
    Allan Kingsbury
    Subject
    Health & safety
    Distribution
    Sale, Videocassette. VHS. col. 30 min., 1997 sale: £14.99 (inclusive) retail

    Information and advice on the main food-poisoning bacteria, including campylobacter, salmonella and listeria. Looks at personal protection, food purchase, transit, storage and preparation. Discusses the...

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  3. Romeo and Juliet (1911 Film)

    Director
    Barry O’Neil

    Abbreviated version of the play with Julia M.Taylor as Juliet and George Lessey as Romeo. Ball (op cit) notes ‘The costuming was good, and all in all the film contains considerable visual movement, and...

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  4. Denis Thatcher and 245T poison (1982)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    Report on the involvement of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s husband Denis Thatcher in the manufacture of weed killers containing the poison 2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid (245T). Speakers include Dr...

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  5. BUFVC Weekly Top 5 TV and Radio Programme Requests

    Date
    4 Nov 2013, 16:41
    Author
    Markeda Cole
    Post Type
    Post

    For the week ending 25 October 2013 the most requested programmes from the BUFVC Off-Air Back-Up Service were: 1. CENTURY OF THE SELF (BBC2) View TRILT record For more information, please read...

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  6. Roving Camera Reports: Sinking Poison Gas Vessels

    Date released
    29 Apr 1946
    Series name
    Gaumont British News
    Issue no
    1285
    NoS ID
    065176
    Story no
    9 / 10
    Extras
    1 film clip

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  7. Caught by the Camera No 38

    Date released
    17 Jun 1935
    Series name
    Pathetone Weekly
    Issue no
    273
    NoS ID
    123288
    Story no
    4 / 6
    Extras
    1 film clip

    Poison Cross sign. Diving Machine. White Lion.

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  8. Materials For Safety: Poison Filter

    Date released
    1979
    Series name
    Living Tomorrow
    Issue no
    239
    NoS ID
    325990
    Story no
    3 / 3

    COI synopsis: New materials are developed for strength, for lightness, for cheapness or to improve industrial processes. But some materials, as we discover this week, are developed purely to increase safety....

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  9. Dumping Poison Gas

    Date released
    29 Apr 1946
    Series name
    Universal News
    Issue no
    1647
    NoS ID
    148645
    Story no
    4 / 6

    German gas sunk at Skaggarak.

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  10. Rat Poison Horse Cure

    Date released
    1980
    Series name
    Living Tomorrow
    Issue no
    255
    NoS ID
    326032
    Story no
    1 / 3

    COI synopsis: There’s a particularly nasty blood disease among horses, called navicular disease. It causes veins in the navicular bone to proliferate, weakening it structurally, with resulting lameness. A...

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