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|Caption||Portrait of Dr. Frank Anderson presenting the television pro...|
|Programme||Science at the Seventies|
Anderson, Frank (- 2016)
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.
|Date of photograph||
(01/Jan/1969 - 01/Jan/1969)