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Caption   Portrait of Dr. Frank Anderson presenting the television pro...
Programme   Science at the Seventies  
Programme type    
Personalities/Groups   Anderson, Frank (- 2016)
Description   Portrait of Dr. Frank Anderson presenting the television programme 'Science at the seventies' in 1969. In this shot he is seated behind a desk with various items on it, including a model of what looks like the lunar module used in the Apollo 11 moon landing. A shelf behind him also displays models of scientific interest - space rockets and a globe being the most prominent. He is looking straight to camera. '

'Science at the Seventies' was an informal look at modern scientific discovery. The first programme was broadcast on 4 November 1969. It was produced by Pat Baker. Frank Anderson was a physicist and director of the Computer Laboratory at University College Dublin at the time this photograph was taken. He also presented programmes for the 'Telefis Scoile' series.  
Collection   RTE Guide  
Photographer   Bedell, Roy  
Date of photograph   01/Jan/1969
(01/Jan/1969 - 01/Jan/1969)  
Rights holder   RTÉ  
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