Telling The Workers About Science


LB01Scientist Of The Everyday Man1998050420001121

The first of five stories about science.

`Scientist of the everyday man' JBS Haldane spoke through the Daily Worker, making science available to the masses.

Read by Gerard Mcdermott.

LB02The Story Of A Carbon Atom1998050520001122

Five stories on the popularisation of science.

2: `The Story of a Carbon Atom' by Primo Levi.

The engaging tale of an atom that mirrors each episode of its life in the course of an atmospheric journey through time.

Read by Gerard Mcdermott.

LB03The Colour Of Radium1998050620001123

By Eve Curie.

Marie Curie's quest to purify radium.

Read by Rachel Atkins

LB04Green Mould In The Wind1998050720001124

By Sarah Reidman and Elton Gustafson.

David Bannerman reads the story of Alexander Fleming's discovery of penicillin, in 1904.

LB05 LASTRelating Relativity1998050820001125

By Albert Einstein.

A cultural icon in his own lifetime, Einstein was dedicated to disseminating his own immense scientific understanding.

Read by Rachel Atkins