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Is Science Reported Fairly?

Explores the relationship between the science media and the public.

Does science reporting consist mainly of media-driven issues and political point scoring? Is there a relationship between the scientific stories that hit the headlines and a public prone to irrational panics and moral confusion? Guest Director David Puttnam explores the relationship between the science media and the public with
Tim Radford, Science Editor of The Guardian, Fiona Fox Director of the Science Media Centre and author of What the Media are doing to Politics John Lloyd.


Lord David Puttnam | talks
Mr Tim Radford | talks | www
Fiona Fox | talks | www
Mr John Lloyd | talks | www


Date and Time:

9 June 2005 at 10:00 am


1 hour



Cheltenham Festival of Science
Town Hall
Imperial Square
GL50 1QA
+44 12 42 77 58 24

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