Trouble With Lichen [John Wyndham]

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012007032520171003 (BBC7)
20190721 (BBC7)

Biochemist Diana Brackley has stumbled across something earth-shattering - but why does no-one want to know?

The scientific world, government, media and the beauty salon are set to collide...

Read by Joanna Tope.

John Wyndham's 1960 sci-fi novel abridged by Scott Stainton Miller.

Producer: Eilidh McCreadie

Made for BBC Radio 7 by BBC Scotland and first broadcast in 2007.

Stumbling on a discovery, a biochemist must battle to ensure that it benefits humanity.

A biochemist stumbles on a discovery which could change the course of humanity.

Made for BBC Radio 7 by BBC Scotland and first broadcast in 2007.

022007040120171004 (BBC7)
20190728 (BBC7)

Diana secretly begins her own investigation into the mysterious properties of the lichen.

A biochemist stumbles on a discovery which could change the course of humanity.

Perturbed by her boss's silence over the mysterious properties of the lichen, biochemist Diana Brackley secretly begins her own investigation

The scientific world, government, media and the beauty salon collide in John Wyndham's 1960 sci-fi novel.

Read by Joanna Tope.

Abridged by Scott Stainton Miller.

Producer: Eilidh McCreadie

Made for BBC Radio 7 by BBC Scotland and first broadcast in 2007.

032007040820171005 (BBC7)
20190804 (BBC7)

Diana's compensation payout catches the attention of Fleet Street.

A biochemist stumbles on a discovery which could change the course of humanity.

Biochemist Diana's compensation payout catches the attention of Fleet Street.

Meanwhile, Paul has told his wife about the antigerone

The scientific world, government, media and the beauty salon collide in John Wyndham's 1960 sci-fi novel.

Read by Joanna Tope.

Abridged by Scott Stainton Miller.

Producer: Eilidh McCreadie

Made for BBC Radio 7 by BBC Scotland and first broadcast in 2007.

042007041520171006 (BBC7)
20190811 (BBC7)

Biochemist Diana Brackley's attempts to conceal the source of the antigerone are overcome.

Biochemist Diana Brackley's attempts to conceal the true source of the antigerone are finally overcome.

The scientific world, government, media and the beauty salon collide in John Wyndham's 1960 sci-fi novel.

Read by Joanna Tope.

Abridged by Scott Stainton Miller.

Producer: Eilidh McCreadie

Made for BBC Radio 7 by BBC Scotland and first broadcast in 2007

Biochemist Diana Brackley's attempts to conceal the source of the antigerone are overcome.

A biochemist stumbles on a discovery which could change the course of humanity.

052007042220171009 (BBC7)
20190818 (BBC7)

The secret of long life is out, but Diana must face the media alone.

The secret of long life is out, but Diana must face the media alone.

A biochemist stumbles on a discovery which could change the course of humanity.