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Fallout: the legacy of Chernobyl A radio 4 programme by Nick Ross, broadcast in 2011 and featuring members of the Scientific Advisory Board and Pathology Panel

General Meeting of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, 14th April 2021
This meeting was held to mark the 35th anniversary of the Chernobyl accident. The presentations are given in English and Ukrainian.
Academician Tronko presents on "Thyroid cancer in Ukraine after the Chornobyl Disaster: the current achievements and strategy of further research" begins at 19:37
Professor Bogdanova presents on "Histopathological studies of thyroid cancer in Ukraine after the Chernobyl accident" begins at 1:02:42
Professor Gerry Thomas presents on "The contribution of Ukraine to the Chernobyl Tissue Bank" begins at 1:31:05
Professor Stephen Chanock presents on "Radiation, genomic alterations in papillary thyroid carcinoma and transgenerational studies following the Chernobyl accident" begins at 3:53:06

The Rational View with Al Scott  Gerry Thomas and the UNSCEAR reports

Are we nearly there yet? A podcast that includes the establishment of the CTB (Gerry Thomas)

Decouple A podcast on Nuclear Accidents and the Scientific Consensus (Gerry Thomas)

Titans of Nuclear A podcast on the Chernobyl accident, the CTB and health effects of nuclear accidents

Misconceptions over Health Impacts of Nuclear Accidents An interview for the UN University

Radiation Health Risks from Nuclear Accidents Facts and Fantasy Lecture at the Hawke Centre, University of South Australia in 2016

Radiation and Health Effects Interview on Today, Radio 4 on the 5th anniversary of the Fukishima accident

Is Nuclear Safe? Interview on ABC's The Science Show with Robyn Williams

Radiation and Health: Separating Scientific Facts from Urban Myths Interview for Imperial's Three Wise Women Christmas Blog 2019. Includes a link to 60 Minutes Australia programme Going Nuclear which features Gerry Thomas and shows a sample from the CTB

Why we shouldn't fear radiation Talk given in January 2020 for the Academic Health Science Centre at Imperial