Doomwatch (1970–1993)
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Deadly Dangerous Tomorrow 

Ridge continues his ecological crusade by warning against the dangerous side effects of the chemical insecticide known as D.D.T. upon the world's developing countries. He stages a publicity... See full summary »

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... The Minister
... Colin Bradley
John Bown ... Commander Neil Stafford
... Richard Duncan
Lorna Lewis ... Miss Brandon
... Sen. Connell
Ahmed Nagi ... Indian Familymember
... Susan Proud
Simon Oates ... Dr. John Ridge
John Paul ... Dr. Spencer Quist
Renu Setna ... His Excellency
Farhat Shamsi ... Indian Familymember
Rahat Shamsi ... Indian Familymember
Talib Shamsi ... Indian Familymember
Madhav Sharma ... Hanif Khan
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Ridge continues his ecological crusade by warning against the dangerous side effects of the chemical insecticide known as D.D.T. upon the world's developing countries. He stages a publicity stunt by flying in an Indian family and setting them up in a tent in the middle of London's St. James Park. But the prank backfires when it is discovered that one of them is suffering from malaria.

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17 July 1972 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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This episode was wiped by the BBC at some point before the corporation audited its archives in 1978. There is currently no known copy of this edition in existence. See more »

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The Marriage of Figaro, K 492
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Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performed by the Band of Scots Guards
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