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doomwatch

(ˈduːmˌwɒtʃ)
n
1. (Environmental Science) surveillance of the environment to warn of and prevent harm to it from human factors such as pollution or overpopulation
2. a watching for or prediction of impending disaster
ˈdoomwatcher n
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His other films include Tommy (1975), Mahler (1974), The Thirty Nine Steps (1978), and the popular TV series, Doomwatch (1970), The Detectives 1995, and Holby City 2005.
Early '70s British eco-catastrophes generally tended to trigger anti-socialist, selfsufficiency, or 'neo-tribalist' responses--in pressure groups like the PEOPLE Party (started in 1972, renamed the Ecology Party in 1975, and only later shifting leftwards as the Green Party); in the scientific responses to the ills of mass society seen for example in the wide-ranging BBC series Doomwatch (1970-2); in the middle-class survivalist movement; and in 'organicist' and largely right-wing eco-catastrophic pamphleteers and publishers, including, perhaps most influentially, Edward Goldsmith's Ecologist magazine (19702009).
His first big break came in 1970 when he was cast as scientist Toby Wren in the BBC science fiction series Doomwatch.
shows that top list of missing episodes 1) Doctor Who 2) Top of the Pops 3) The Avengers 4) Out of the Unknown 5) Callan 6) Ace of Wands 7) Doomwatch 8) Public Eye 9) Not Only But Also 10) Dad's Army
"If you think of various heroes - Robert Powell in Doomwatch, Trevor Eve in Shoestring - they weren't big fellas.
PS17.99, Blu-ray PS19.99 DOOMWATCH: THE MOVIE PG BBC drama about a government probe into eco-crimes ran from 1970-72 and matched Callan and The Sandbaggers for realism and sheer cynicism.
05TV highlights for the day included Doomwatch, The Beverly Hillbillies, Z Cars and A Question of Sport.
A group of South Shields trade unionists set up a decimal "doomwatch" to identify D-Day diddling and rows broke out over parking meters.
He earned his Equity card by appearing in a minor role in an episode of sci-fi drama Doomwatch. Career: Pryce built up his acting CV with roles in two TV films directed by Stephen Frears, Daft as a Brush and Playthings.
The ecologist Frank Fraser Darling's BBC Reith lectures on the theme of 'Wilderness and Plenty' in 1969 marked a key moment in the birth of the green movement and are said to have inspired the television sci-fi drama series Doomwatch (1970-2), with its images of out-of-control scientific research into human-made viruses and genetic manipulation.
Answers 1 Doomwatch; 2 Sophie Dahl; 3 Bruce Forsyth; 4 Bored To Death; 5 Cindy Bear; 6 There's No Taste like Home; 7 Geoffrey Bayldon; 8 Hollyoaks; 9 Colin Welland; 10 Melanie Sykes; 11 Luke; 12 David Croft; 13 Lowlands University; 14 Denton; 15 T.J.
"My good friend Robert Powell died defusing a bomb in the drama Doomwatch and he was given a state funeral, but none of us have achieved that since.