BBC Sunday-Night Theatre: Season 4, Episode 5

Number Three (1 Feb. 1953)

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A group of nuclear scientists face a moral dilemma when they discover that as well as making electricity, their government also wants to make nuclear bombs with their products.

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Philip Guard ...
Robert Matthews
Jack Watling ...
Bill Hollies
Ursula Howells ...
Maureen Dartington
Terence Alexander ...
Maurice Crampton
Raymond Huntley ...
Prof. Brander
Eileen Moore ...
Joan Whitwell
Myrtle Reed ...
Doris
Carl Bernard ...
Mr. Wheatfield
Jack Howarth ...
Harry Wall
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A group of nuclear scientists face a moral dilemma when they discover that as well as making electricity, their government also wants to make nuclear bombs with their products.

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