|01||West Nile Story||20000711|
The story of a dramatic outbreak of a mystery disease in New York City last summer shows how a virus, never seen before in the Americas, can emerge in today's global village. Readers: Paul Birchard and Nora Elwell-Sutton.
|02||The Next Pandemic||20000718|
Scientists are increasingly concerned that a global outbreak of a killer influenza virus is overdue. Sue Armstrong discovers why the threat is so great and what we are doing to prevent a pandemic like the influenza crisis of 1918. Reader: Paul Birchard
|03 LAST||The Interfering Ape||20000725|
Changes in ecology and climate enable new pathogens to emerge and diseases we thought we had conquered to re-emerge. As the planet shrinks, we need to take measures to protect ourselves.