Surviving Disaster: Season 1, Episode 3

Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster (24 Jan. 2006)

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Episode credited cast:
Roger Alborough ...
Anatoli Dyatlov
Michael Colgan ...
Leonid Toptunov
Hugh Dickson ...
Government official
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Boris Scherbina
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Valery Legasov
Dan Fox ...
Victor Proskuryakov
Ray Gardner ...
Nikolai Fomin
Tamzin Griffin ...
Luba Akimov
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Adrian Hood ...
Piotr Palamarchuk
Paul Humpoletz ...
Anatoli Mayorets
Alex Lowe ...
Alexandr Akimov
Nicholas Lumley ...
Major General Antoshkin
Breffni McKenna ...
Valeri Perevozchenko
Roland Oliver ...
Genaddy Shasharin
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Legasov: It seems there's almost no-one in this room who understands what this means. It's on fire. The graphite moderator, which in itself is just - unbelievably radioactive, and what's left of the fuel core, are on fire. Now, that's about two and a half thousand tons of carbon, which, burning at one ton an hour will burn roughly for 3 months. And every day that it burns it will send into the atmosphere more radiation than has ever been released in - in all the nuclear accidents that have ever happened...
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Sombre but brilliant performance - don't miss
14 March 2009 | by (London, UK) – See all my reviews

This program, broadcast some time ago, showed the events as they are know on the disastrous night in Chernobyl Russia on 26th April 1986

This event that shocked the World, and even now still effects in many ways the lives of so many people, is brilliantly portrayed by a small cast of actors, all of whom perform excellently.

Arguably however, it is Adrian Edumondson who turns in a frankly superb role as the professor Legasov trying in vain to control what is obviously becoming one of the Worlds greatest disasters.

It's difficult to watch this and not be touched by the ultimate real life bravery of a handful of men and women, most of whom died as a direct result of what happened.

If you get the chance to see it, don't turn it down.


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