Bibliography for 1984

Papers, articles and broadcasts

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1984

Dovkants, K., with Gruner, P., 1984, Germ Laboratory Expert Warns, London Evening Standard: 1, 13 January.

Leader, 1984, Germ Folly, Editorial (see above news report), ibid: 7, 13 January.

Greer, Germaine, 1984, [cites BJF on 'jam in doughnuts'], Better No Sex than Bad Sex, Sunday Times Review: 33, 13 January.

Greer, Germaine, 1984, [quotation from Patterns of Sex in] Sex and Destiny, Chapter 5, p 107, London: Secker & Warburg, January,

BJF, 1984, Leeuwenhoek Bibliography, Correspondence Column, Proceedings of the Royal Microscopical Society, 19, (1): 3, January.

BJF, 1984, Bacteria and Cells of Human Origin on van Leeuwenhoek's Sections of 1674 [adapted from: Transactions of the American Microscopical Society, q.v.,] Lead Article, Bioscience, 34 (2): 106.

BJF, 1984, Horace Dall, Optical Craftsman, Proceedings of the Royal Microscopical Society, 19, (2): 98-100, January.

Evennett, Peter, 1984, publishes BJF micrograph of centric diatom, Proceedings of the Royal Microscopical Society, 19, (2): 102, January.

[BJF, 1984, Jam into Doughnuts, unpublished letter to Sunday Times, see letter file, January].

BJF, 1984, Family Trends, Correspondence Column, The Observer: 20, 18 March.

Readers, 1984, re 'jam into doughnuts': see correspondence, Sunday Times and Observer, also Private Eye, 581: 22, etc., March.

Announcement, 1984, 101 More Questions about Science, Spring Catalogue: 20, Hamish Hamilton, March.

Report, 1984, Brian is Euro Science Supremo, Western Mail, 24 April.

Biography, 1984, BJF [in] Technical and Scientific Writers' Register: 21, London: Society of Authors, April.

Announcement, 1984, New Light on the Origins of Biological Microscopy, Conversazione Programme, London: Royal Society, 10 May.

Williams, Kenneth, 1984, [quotes BJF in] Back Drops: 8, paperback edition, London: Futura Books, May.

BJF, 1984, [Presentation] New Light on the Origins of Biological Microscopy, Royal Society Conversazione, 10 May.

Report, 1984, Winner number three, Wales and the World, Western Mail: 2, 16 May.

Script, 1984, BJF guest appearance on Elinor chat show, HTV [VTR 19 June, TX 22 June].

Daerr, Nancy, 1984, Leeuwenhoek Visited with BJF, Inter Micro 84 Programme, Chicago: McCrone Research Institute.

Report, 1984, The Origins of Biological Microscopy, Catalogue of Exhibits, Royal Society Soirée, 21 June.

Report, 1984, Committee of Management 99th report: 6, Society of Authors, June.

Ford, Brian J., 1984, 101 More Questions About Science, illustrated by Brian Bagnall, 90pp, ISBN 0-241-11246-X, £5.95, London: Hamish Hamilton, July.

Lord, Graham, 1984, If You Wonder about that Spider in the Bath [review of 101 More Questions about Science], Sunday Express: 6, 1 July.

Poster, 1984, Brian J Ford as Banquet Speaker, Chicago: McCormick Center, 19 July.

McNulty, John, 1984, Pasteur superseded with BJF, 20:20 Vision Conference Programme, Mensa at Cambridge, July.

BJF, 1984, Science Supersedes Pasteur [paper and discussion], Queen's College Cambridge, 0930h, 3 August.

[?Woodham, Roger], 1984, Nice Side of those Nasty Germs, Press Association Report [this example from] Shropshire Star, 5 August.

Cherfas, Jeremy, 1984, cites 'Nonscience' [in] British Association Programme: 68, August.

Report, 1984, BJF's 'fascinating submission' to RMS Photomicrograph Exhibition, Proceedings of the Royal Microscopical Society, 19, (4): 184.

List, 1984, Micrograph Prizewinners, Proceedings of the Royal Microscopical Society, 19, (4): 186, par 4.

BJF, 1984, Una Ojeada Electronica a los Animalculos de Leeuwenhoek, Rassengna [Central American Medical Journal], 2: 12-15.

Law, Avril, 1984, Children's Booktime [Review of 101 More Questions about Science], Evening Telegraph, Peterborough, 9 August.

Report, 1984, Do you Know what you're Eating? [refers to Food for Thought], Daily Express: 9, 13 August.

BJF (editor), 1984, Report and Annual International Newsletter, EUSJA, Brussels, 14 August.

Checkley, John, 1984, Amazing Scientific Facts [News Report about 101 Questions about Science], National Inquirer, USA, August.

Proof, 1984, Jacket for Single Lens, the Story of the Simple Microscope [with sepia image of microscope, later changed], London: Heinemann, August.

Brochure, 1984, Food for Thought, Health Education Council and Channel Four Television, 23 August.

Anon, 1984, Answers to Some of Life's Oddities [in 101 More Questions about Science], Daily Mail, Hull, 24 August.

Applewhite, Rodney, 1984, Children's Books [review of 101 More Questions about Science], Evening News, Manchester, 30 August.

Report, 1984, Food for Thought, Brentwood Gazette and Mid Essex Recorder, 31 August.

Billings, 1984, Food for Thought, with Marion Bowman and Brian J Ford , Television Times and other national media. Programme titles:

Series transmitted September/October/November 1984, Channel Four [Repeat broadcast in January/February/March 1986].

Anon, 1984, Food for Thought, Preview [in] The Lancet: 534, 1 September.

Dunn, Peter, 1984, Making a Meal of a Lifetime, [Preview of Food for Thought], Television Column, Sunday Times, 2 September.

Anon, 1984, Food for Thought, Preview [in] Pick of the Day, Daily Mail, 7 September.

Gooch, Rebecca, 1984, Preview of Food for Thought, [in] Evening Post, Bristol, 7 Sept.

Anon, 1984, Food for Thought, [in] Health Watch-dog, Home and Country, 7 September.

Report, 1984, Food for Thought, with Photograph of Brian J Ford and Marion Bowman, [in] Morning Telegraph, Sheffield, 7 September.

Anon, 1984, Food for Thought, Preview [in] Morning News, Leamington, 7 September.

Anon, 1984, Diet Trends Revolution, Preview of: Food for Thought, [in] Newsletter, Belfast, 7 September.

Anon, 1984, Food for Thought, [in] Evening Telegraph, Coventry, 7 September.

Anon, 1984, Life's Heavyweight Menu, Preview of: Food for Thought, [in] Evening Press, Yorkshire, 7 September.

Billing, 1984, Food for Thought, Television Times, [from] 7 September.

Longhurst, Jennifer, 1984, Warning to Chew Over [interview with Brian J Ford with Photographs], South Wales Echo, 8 September.

Naughton, John, 1984, Minorities, Myths and Menus [Review of Food for Thought], The Listener: 35-36, 13 September.

Sinniah, B., Shekar, C., Ramphal, L., and Senan, P., 1984, Pediculosis Among Rural Schoolchildren in Kelang, Selangor, Malaysia, and their Susceptibility to Malathion, Carbaryl, Perigen and Kerosene, [cites Brian J Ford research], Journal of the Royal Society of Health, 104 (3): 114-118.

Anon, 1984, You Are what you Eat, re: Food for Thought, The Mail, Burton, 14 September.

Report, 1984, Food for Thought, See Four, 7: 5, 14 September.

Anon, 1984, Food for Thought Preview, Newsletter, Belfast, 21 September.

Anon, 1984, Food for Thought Preview, The Echo, Sunderland, 21 September.

Groom, Richard, 1984, My View [Review of Food for Thought], Evening Press, Yorkshire, 22 September.

Ford, Stuart, 1984, 25 years of Books, Radio, TV, dinner menu at La Grange, Cogolin, Nr. St-Tropez, 25 September. [See also 26 October 1984, 22 May 1985].

Anon, 1984, Food for Thought, Television Page, South Wales Echo: 5, 28 September.

Cox, Jill, 1984, Can Eating Damage your Health? Re: Food for Thought, Television Times: 74, 28 September.

Anon, 1984, A Look at a Traditional Harvest Festival, re: Food for Thought, Evening Press and Star, Guernsey, 29 September.

de Duve, Christian, 1984, Cites Brian J Ford Leeuwenhoek research [in] Preparing for the Tour, A Guided Tour of the Living Cell, xi, 7, New York: Rockefeller University Press, September.

Anon, 1984, Food for Thought, Briefing, New Health Magazine, October.

Anon, 1984, Food for Thought Preview, Tonight Column, Somerset Guardian, 5 October.

Etherington, Jan, 1984, How to Slim Down your Food Bills, re: Food for Thought, Television Times: 3, 5 October.

Kenny, Mary, 1984, Who makes a Packet on our Food? Re: Food for Thought, Daily Mail, 6 October.

Anon, 1984, Food for Thought, Preview [in] The Week Ahead, Post and Times, North Staffordshire, 11 October.

Anon, 1984, What are we Eating? Preview of Food for Thought, Evening Press and Star, Guernsey, 12 October.

David, Tony, 1984, Preview of Food for Thought, Evening Star, Ipswich, 19 October.

Anon, 1984, Food for Thought Preview [in] Best View column, Herald Express, Torquay, 19 October.

Anon, 1984, Food for Thought Preview [in] Evening Echo, Bournemouth, 19 October.

Poster, 1984, Discovery and the Simple Microscope: Brian J Ford to lecture on 10 November, Special Lecture Programme, Natural History Museum, October.

Anon, 1984, Food for Thought Preview [in] Highlights, The Gazette, Eastbourne, 19 October.

Anon, 1984, Food for Thought, Evening Telegraph, Coventry, 19 October.

Hodgson, Patricia, 1984, Nutrition in a Nutshell, Preview of Food for Thought, Daily Examiner, Hull, 22 October.

David, Tony, 1984, Starview, re: Food for Thought, Evening Star, Ipswich, 26 October.

Ford, Jan and Tony, 1984, Collected Letters to BJF [to celebrate 25th Anniversary of 'Science and You', q.v. 1959], October.

Report, 1984, Jubilee Dinner [with photograph], Westgate Column, Western Mail, 25 Oct.

Adams, Pat, 1984, BJF's 'silver jubilee' Dinner Menu, London: Savage Club, 26 October.

Hayden, Brian, 1984, Review of Food for Thought, South Wales Evening Post, 27 October.

Checkley, John, 1984, First Jet Engine was Designed 2000 years ago [report on 101More Questions about Science, q.v.] National Inquirer, USA, November.

Mann, R. D., 1984, [cites BJF in] Modern Drug Use, an Enquiry based on Historical Principles: viii, 250-251, 0-85200-717-5, Lancaster and Boston: MTP Press.

Announcement, 1984, BJF to lecture on Discovery and the Simple Microscope, Forthcoming Events, Natural History Museum, November.

BJF, 1984, Discovery and the Simple Microscope, Special Public Lecture, Natural History Museum, 1500h, 10 November.

Anon, 1984, Children's and Adults' Questions Answered, review of 101 More Questions about Science, Yorkshire Post, 8 November.

Anon, 1984, preview of Food for Thought, Briefing column, New Health, November.

Announcement, 1984, BJF elected President of EUSJA, Isprea Conference, Italy, 22 November.

Scott-Maxwell, Michael, 1984, Through the Mill, review of 101 More Questions about Science, Daily Telegraph, 7 December.

Feature, 1984, Compute! [in] Londoner's Diary, London Evening Standard, 12 December.

Report, 1984, BJF chairs House Dinner, Science and Art, Drumbeat No 10, Winter.

McCrone, Walter, 1984, Reports BJF address [in] The Microscope, 32: 163, 202-202.

Report, 1984, Brown's Microscope [reference in] The Linnean, 1, (4): 1.

BJF, 1984, The Microscope of Robert Brown, The Linnean: 1 (4): 12-17.

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