ANIMALS and GENETIC MODIFICATION
Laurie Taylor is joined by Phil Macnaghten Senior Lecturer and Director of Research at The Institute for Environment, Philosophy and Public Policy Furness College, Lancaster University to discuss the results of his study on people's attitude to genetically modified animals.
Trains and train travel have inspired novelists, poets and painters ever since the locomotive was invented. They have been the setting for intrigue and assignation, for class distinction and for romance and nostalgia.
Laurie Taylor looks at the cultural history of this mode of transport with Dr Gayle Letherby, deputy director of the Centre for Social Justice at Coventry University, co-author of Train Track: work, play and politics on the railway and Christian Wolmar, Journalist and leading commentator on transport matters.
Dr Gayle Letherby
Deputy Director of the Centre for Social Justice at Coventry University
Train Tracks: Work, Play and Politics on the Railway
Gillian Reynolds, Gayle Letherby
Publisher: Berg Publishers
Journalist and leading commentator on transport matters
Senior Lecturer and Director of Research, The Institute for Environment, Philosophy and Public Policy Furness College, Lancaster University,
Animals in their Nature: A Case Study on Public Attitudes to Animals, Genetic Modification
Published in Sociology 2004 (A journal of the British Sociological Association)
volume 38, number 3 (533-551)
Track: The Little Engine That Could
Performer: Burl Ives
CD: Hello Children Everywhere Vol 3
Label: EMI CDEMI1380
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