Reference numberMDA/A/16/46
TitleStatement from David Christie Martin on the Presentation of Science on television
Date27 October 1955
DescriptionSummarises recent meetings regarding presentation of science on television, including with J W Whitlock, J S Wills and Mary Adams. The latter approached Martin for assistance in presenting aspects of the International Geophysical Year and a meeting with members of the IGY [International Geophysical Year] Publicity Sub-Committee is being arranged.

Feels television is a medium with great potential.'The Officers may feel that approaches of the above type should be encouraged and, if so, wish to consider how best this might be done.
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