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  1. Broadcasting House now safe from legionnaires’ disease (1988)

    Genre
    Interview

    The BBC says Broadcasting House in Portland Place, where five people contracted the killer legionnaires’ disease, is now safe. A further fifteen suspected cases are being investigated. Managing...

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  2. Increase in rat population in UK (1989)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Jake Mathias, Institute of Environmental Health, about a large increase in the rat population in the UK. He says the risk to the public is reaching crisis point and water authorities are being...

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  3. Legionnaires disease outbreak (1989)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    Margaret Shiels reports on an outbreak of Legionnaires disease in London killing 5, the strain of bacteria has been found in 2 water cooling towers. Westminster City Council medical officer Deidre Cunningham...

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  4. Legionnaires’ victims’ families unable to claim compensation (1989)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    Oni Bhattacharya reports on how the relatives of those who died from a legionnaires’ disease outbreak in London may not be able to claim compensation, because the cause of the outbreak cannot be...

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  5. BBC fined over Legionnaires outbreak (1989)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    The BBC has been fined £3,600 after admitting it broke health and safety regulations with regards to a water cooling tower, leading to last year’s outbreak of Legionnaires disease in and around...

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  6. Legionnaires disease in London (1989)

    Genre
    Interview

    A medical spokesperson on the outbreak of Legionnaires disease in Westminster, the second this year, and the small risk of contracting it now steps have been taken to contain the infection. 8 cases have been...

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  7. 4 o’clock news bulletin (1989)

    Genre
    News bulletin; News report; Speech

    Sally Arthy reads the 4 o’clock news with stories on: UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher still being at loggerheads over sanctions on South Africa at the Commonwealth conference- Peter Murphy reports from...

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  8. Parkinson’s disease benefit (1989)

    Genre
    Interview

    Playwright Richard Hope-Hawkins speaks to Eleanor Parkinson for the AM programme on a benefit to be launched at Pineapple Studios in London to help actor Terry Thomas, who suffers from Parkinson’s disease,...

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  9. Terry Thomas benefit (1989)

    Genre
    Interview

    Kevin Mosley interviews actor Richard Briers about a benefit to take place at Drury Lane Theatre in aid of his distant cousin actor Terry Thomas and other Parkinson’s disease sufferers. For Update...

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  10. BMA critical of NHS review (1989)

    Genre
    Interview

    British Medical Association director Dr John Dawson warns the review of the NHS could lead to AIDS sufferers and others with chronic illnesses being turned away from their local hospitals if local...

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