Kimberley Lim, an accomplished broadcast journalist, interviews Marie Curie, Lise Meitner and Rosalind Franklin exploring their lives, discoveries and also the struggles they had to surmount.
Marie was born in Poland but moved to Paris where she married the French physicist Pierre Curie in 1895 sharing the 1903 Nobel Prize in Physics before winning the 1911 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Lise was born in Vienna in 1878 but fled to Sweden in 1938 where she went onto prove Nuclear Fission.
Rosalind was born in 1920 and is best known for an X-ray diffraction image that she and her student, Raymond Gosling, published in 1953 which was the key to the discovery of the DNA double helix.
Suitable for ages 15 upwards
Find out more about Marie Curie
Find out about Lise Meitner
Find out more about Rosalind Franklin
|Written by:||Richard Hodder|
|Directed by:||Laurel Parker|
|Produced by:||John Paul Chapple|
|Release Date:||4 October 2021|
|Duration||01 hour, 55 minutes, 48 seconds|
|Encoding||48 kHz 256 Kbps CBR|