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  1. Science Lightens Death Roll in Normandy

    Date released
    10 Jul 1944
    Series name
    British Paramount News
    Issue no
    NoS ID
    Story no
    2 / 4
    1 commentary sheet, 1 ephemera, 1 shot list

    Latest technique of blood transfusion and use of penicillin are major contributions of science to quick recovery of wounded. Pictures of manufacture of penicillin are first to be shown in British newsreels.

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  2. Late Show, The (2 December 1993) (1993 Television)

    Off-air recording licence, Television broadcast. col. 40 min.

    The fourth, concluding, programme for Science Week on the theme of how science is affecting the way we understand our culture.

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  3. Science of Shakespeare, The (2016 Audio)

    Guardian Science Weekly Podcast

    Podcast. To commemorate the 400th year of Shakespeare’s death Science Weekly has found scientists from around the UK and Ireland who can reveal the science of Shakespeare, coverimg everything from...

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  4. Labour’s science policy announced (1991)

    News report; Speech

    Report on Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock announcing Labour’s science policies at the Royal Institute in London. Includes speech by Kinnock. Male reporter not identified.

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  5. Centre Stage: one of a series of popular arts programmes (1985)

    CENTRE STAGE [Series RADIO VICTORY ARCHIVE] One of a series of popular arts programmes called Centre Stage. Presented by MATT HOPPER. TRACK 1- Music. Interview with Lucy Brett. She talks about the Royal...

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  6. Science fiction interviews (1986)

    An interview with science-fiction and fantasy writers Clive Barker and Joe Haldeman, telling about their experiences about writing these sort of books.

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  7. BUFVC offices closed on 27 November

    30 Nov 2015, 08:07
    Sergio Angelini
    Post Type

    The BUFVC's offices will be closed on Friday 27 November 2015 for our one-day event, From Shakespeare to Science – supporting best practice in student engagement, which will also include our AGM. For...

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  8. British [Science?] Association conference (1989)


    John Allen, IRN science correspondent, interviews the chairman of the British [Science?] Association, Malcolm Frazer(?), in Sheffield, prior to the Association’s annual meeting. The conference is the...

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  9. Star Trek exhibition in London (1995)

    News report; Interview; Vox pop; Drama

    Lizzie Knight reports from the Science Museum in London on the start of the official Star Trek exhibition, featuring original props and costumes from the science fiction television series and films. Includes...

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  10. More government money for science (1993)


    Interview with Science Minister William Waldegrave as his white paper on more direct targeting of government money into British science and engineering is unveiled. He is also asked about the Cabinet...

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