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 Dr. Helen Caldicott interviews David Bradbury
 Weekly Program
 Dr. Helen Caldicott, David Bradbury
 Jasmin Williams  
Helen Caldicott, M.D., pediatrician and internationally recognized author and lecturer, hosts a weekly, one-hour radio program titled If You Love This Planet.
Produced by Jasmin WIlliams and Scott Powell. Edited by Jasmin Williams.
http://ifyoulovethisplanet.org
http://frontlinefilms.com.au
This week, we hear a repeat of Dr. Caldicott's July 2011 conversation about the power of film with guest David Bradbury, described as “one of Australia’s best known and most successful documentary filmmakers.” Bradbury’s 2007 film Hard Rain addresses the horrifying realities of nuclear power, and gets beneath the hype propounded by the nuclear industry. Bradbury’s films on uranium mining, depleted uranium, the effects of war and many other topics have been shown widely in Australia and overseas, and he has won numerous prizes including five AFI awards and two Academy Award nominations (for Frontline, which profiled war cameraman Neil Davis, and for Chile: Hasta Cuando?, on the brutal military dictatorship of General Pinochet). Among other topics, Dr. Caldicott and Bradbury look back on iconic Australian journalist Winfred Burchett, who reported from Hiroshima in the weeks after the atomic bomb was dropped. They also disuss the effects of uranium mining on Australians.

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00:59:00 English 2011-07-14
 Bermagui, Australia
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