I know I asked the BBC for a recording of something once and they were happy
to oblige. Sorry I didn't copy it, but try visiting BBC online. They will
have an enquiries email I'm sure.
Gill Dixon BHSc Hons, RGN
Independent Dyspraxia Advisor/Trainer.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [log in to unmask]
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of natasha
> Sent: 23 October 1999 06:50
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: RE: TV Tonight.
> Actually, I am very interested in viewing this program. But I am in
> Buffalo, NY, and without access to the BBC. Does anyone know if
> it will be
> available for viewing in the US?
> At 09:14 PM 10/22/99 +0100, you wrote:
> >I posted information about this programme on the list, and like you have
> >listened to the silence (which doesn't suprise me). I thought
> the programme
> >raised many important issues and I found the actual watching of
> a pre-birth
> >foetus undergoing surgery made me go cold. I feel so sad that
> these options
> >are seen as viable, and yet as a parent, (Oh No I hear the list
> cry!) I am
> >so acutely aware of the vulnerability of parents at these extremely
> >emotional times. Believe me one wants someone else to make the
> decisions nd
> >instil belief in their particular approach.
> >I would like to cop out by saying, I am only thankful I did not
> have to make
> >such a decision. However, I did wonder what effect all that additional
> >stress in pregnancy had on the outcome!
> >Overall, it just made me sad.
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: [log in to unmask]
> >> [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of
> >> [log in to unmask]
> >> Sent: 22 October 1999 20:20
> >> To: [log in to unmask]
> >> Subject: Re: TV Tonight.
> >> Come on people. We've had a very interesting programme (BBC
> >> 20/10/99) about
> >> operating on babies with Spina Biffida before birth that raises lots of
> >> issues about why parents may want to explore this option, the
> >> ethics of the
> >> surgery for SB and other identifiable prebirth disabilties,
> and fact that
> >> it's 30 odd years too late for me (maybe I could have been the
> >> best centre
> >> forward Sunderland had ever had) and the silence from the mailbase is
> >> incredible. If anyone saw it and would like to discuss off the
> >> list feel free
> >> to contact me direct.
> >> Paul
> Natasha Kirsten Kraus
> Assistant Professor
> Department of Sociology
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> Box 604140
> University at Buffalo-SUNY
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