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Raymond Baxter,, James Burke and Derek Cooper report on the latest scientific developments, including tests that will discover if there has ever been life on the moon and a look at a machine's ability to translate Morse code to enable people with paralysis to communicate more easily. This edition of the science magazine show has been compiled from surviving fragments and is incomplete. (1969)

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25 minutes

Last on

Wed 5 Mar 1969 19:40

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Raymond Baxter was the host of Tomorrow's World from the very beginning and he continued to present the programme for 12 years. A former Spitfire pilot and rally driver, he joined the BBC in 1950 and provided commentary for the funerals of King George VI and Winston Churchill.


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Role Contributor
PresenterRaymond Baxter
PresenterJames Burke
PresenterJohn Parry
ReporterDerek Cooper
ProducerMichael Latham

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