|Programme Catalogue - Details: 19671206||19671206||Media: LP|
SBH:The only Englishwoman to be awarded the Nobel Prize, interviewed on her work, by Harold Abrahams (who also links the item). From a programme entitled The Nobel Prizes.
PRE:Her research into molecular structures, using X-ray defraction effects from crystals. What inspired her to investigate this field of work. Her previous work on molecules of penicillin and vitamin B12. How she and her staff and colleagues recognise when the end of their researches is in sight. OTN:TLN 47 KB 652 TXN/TDT:R4 06-Dec-1967 ANT:None
06 Dec 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)
Harold Abrahams (int)
Dorothy Hodgkin (Speaker)
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Notes: CAIRS 292059
SBH:Sir Lawrence Bragg (Bd.1) and Sir Peter Medawar (Bds.2&3) interviewed on the Nobel Prize, of which they have both been recipients. Interviewer: Harold Abrahams. Recorded for, and partly used in, the above programme.
Peter Medawar (Speaker)
Lawrence Bragg (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 291282
Notes: CAIRS 292059.
Notes: CAIRS 291282.
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