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Don't Go Near the Water (4 Jun. 1991)

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Singer/songwriter Kirsty MacColl voices her concerns about water pollution in Britain and especially the standards of drinking water. She traces the route of her water supply back to its ... See full summary »

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Singer/songwriter Kirsty MacColl voices her concerns about water pollution in Britain and especially the standards of drinking water. She traces the route of her water supply back to its source the River Thames, and at Morecambe learns of the risks for children playing on the sea shore, radioactivity in the water, and also the potential for reed beds helping with a clean water supply. Written by Anonymous

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