An excellent 35 minute film about the problems with nuclear in the UK. Including various interview about renewable alternatives.
Fukushima: BBC Horizon debunked!
Short film made by Stop Hinkley and Greenpeace about Fukushima, Hinkley and the renewable alternatives that was shown at the 2011 Glastonbury Festival
Jeremy Rifkin explains to the French why "Nuclear is Dead"
(in English with French subtitles)
Jeremy Rifkin is the founder and president of the Foundation On Economic Trends, which explores the impact of scientific and technological changes on the economy, the workforce, society, and the environment.
In a report by Chris Busby and Cecily Collingridge for Green Audit, analysis is presented showing the presence of enriched uranium contamination on the site proposed for the new nuclear reactors. This video includes an interview with Cecily Collingridge and shows her delivering the report to the local council and attempting to deliver it to EDF who run Hinkley
Cecily Collingridge (Stop Hinkley member) confronts Hergen Haye, Head of new nuclear, with the fact that the land at Hinkley C is contaminated with 10 tonnes of enriched uranium. This problem is likely to apply to all existing nuclear power stations.
Chris Huhne, Secretary of State in the Department of Energy and Climate Change, tells us about nuclear power. Perfectly illustrating the two-faced nature of politicians!
Jonathan Porritt explains why nuclear plans are totally wrong.
A new nuclear power station at Hinkley point is not needed and would leave an unacceptable legacy to future generations. Jonathon Porritt voiced his views to a packed meeting of local anti-nuclear campaigners who are opposing the Somerset scheme.
24 Aug 2010: Fears are growing about the safety of nuclear technology destined for a reactor in France. At Flamanville, a new third generation reactor is supposed to be activated in 2012, but tests have been deemed unsatisfactory by France's nuclear safety authority. This has fuelled debate on the future of nuclear energy, as France hopes to sell third generation reactors around the world.
'Nuclear Cover-ups'DVD from the Low Level Radiation Campaign was produced in 2005. It contains three films
"Nuclear cover ups" Producer Chris Busby; LLRC 2005
"Cancers Plant" (Cancer in children), Producer Tweli Griffiths, HTV Wales; 2004. In Welsh with English subtitles. This is the HTV documentary which revealed the high rate of cancer and leukaemia in children on the Menai Strait in north Wales - a phenomenon LLRC ascribe to radioactive pollution from Sellafield
"Nuclear Controversies", Producer Wladimir Tcherkoff, Feldat Film (Switzerland) 2004. This was filmed at an international conference in Kiev of the World Health Organisation and the Association of Physicians of Chernobyl. It captures a conspiracy to alter conference decisions the IAEA didn't like. This is an antidote to the flat-out pro-nuclear propaganda film "Nuclear Nightmares" (BBC Horizon 2006)