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  1. (Untitled record)

    Date released
    Jul 1954
    Series name
    Laing News Review
    Issue no
    3
    NoS ID
    348838
    Story no
    1 / 4

    BFI synopsis: Opening with the first scenes to be shown of the former Windscale Works, now known as Sellafield, since the relaxation of the strict security regulations governing this project. It is a great...

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  2. Technology of Nuclear Fuel Processing, The (1986 Video)

    Director
    John Green
    Subject
    Technology
    Distribution
    OUT OF DISTRIBUTION, Videocassette. Standard formats. col. 16 min.

    Covers the main stages of nuclear fuel reprocessing at Sellafield from the arrival of irradiated fuel, its storage and subsequent de-canning, the separation process to extract the plutonium and uranium and...

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  3. Report on running of Sellafield (1986)

    Genre
    Interview

    Unidentified male speaker on a report into the running of the Sellafield nuclear power station, and its recommendations. Male interviewer not identified (poss. Kevin Murphy).

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  4. Sellafield: the facts - Trendy paranoia or potential disaster? (1986)

    In the wake of the unusually high incidence of leaks from BNFL’s Sellafield plant in West Cumbria; the House of Commons select committee report criticising the safety record of the plant; and the level of...

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  5. Sellafield safety report (1984)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    Report on the report into high child cancer rates near Sellafield nuclear plant. With reaction from Sellafield Safety Manager John Donaghue; Sellafield employee; local residents Terry White, Rachel White,...

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  6. Greenpeace on Sellafield (1987)

    Genre
    Interview

    The pollution controlling Paris Commission has met with Greenpeace over Sellafield nuclear plant. Colin Hines from Greenpeace explains why they feel so strongly about Sellafield, and the reasons it should be...

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  7. Sellafield safety report (1984)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Sir Douglas Black, chairman of an investigation into allegations that Sellafield nuclear plant in Cumbria, was responsible for increased rates of cancer, and on the safety of the plant after...

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  8. Report on Sellafield health risks (1986)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    Kevin Murphy reports on the health risks posed by Sellafield nuclear power station. He speaks to Joan King, widow of Sellafield process worker Harry King who contracted fatal health problems after plutonium...

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  9. Sellafield inquiry (1986)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    Kevin Murphy reports from the Magnox reprocessing plant on the start of the Sellafield nuclear site inquiry, following a radiation leak earlier in the year. Includes interviews with John Hall, works manager;...

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  10. BNFL responds to report on running of Sellafield (1986)

    Genre
    Interview

    Neville Chamberlain, Chief Executive of British Nuclear Fuels plc (BNFL), says the company wants to put things right at Sellafield following the report into the running of the power station. Male interviewer...

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