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Title 7.30: 15/03/11
Published Australia : ABC, 2011
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Summary LATEST FROM TOKYOForeign Correspondent's Eric Campbell joins the program live from Tokyo.TOKYO'S ANTI-NUCLEAR PROTESTERSIs the damage to the image of nuclear power beyond repair in Japan?US QUESTIONS NUCLEAR POWER PLANSThe United States has a number of nuclear reactors and an unstable Pacific fault line. The unfolding nuclear emergency in Japan has left the US questioning their own nuclear power plans and has given rise to calls for a pause in nuclear development.ECONOMIC IMPACTWhile it's too soon to diagnose Japan's long term economic health after the quake and tsunami, immediate fears of a nuclear meltdown saw the Nikkei plunge more than 10 percent today.THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE QUAKEProfessor Kerry Sieh is a seismologist currently working with Singapore's Earth Observatory - he joins the program to help explain the science behind the devastating earthquake.NZ QUAKE INQUIRY LAUNCHEDThe tragedy in Japan has reminded Christchurch residents in New Zealand of their own ordeal. Dominique Schwartz discusses an inquiry into the disaster.RUDD RESPONDS TO JAPAN CRISISForeign Minister Kevin Rudd joins the program to respond to the Japan earthquake crisis.NERVOUS WAITNuclear safety expert Dr John Price helps explain the unfolding nuclear crisis in Japan.MINAMI SANRIKU FLATTENED BY DISASTERIn the northern port city of Minami Sanriku up to 95 per cent of the town's buildings have been destroyed and nearly 10,000 residents are missing.LATEST FROM JAPANABC correspondent Mark Willacy updates the program on the situation in Japan
Event Broadcast 2011-03-15 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Antinuclear movement.
Disaster victims.
Earthquakes -- Environmental aspects.
Natural disasters -- Economic aspects.
Nuclear power plants -- Planning.
Nuclear power plants -- Safety measures.
Japan -- Tokyo.
United States.
Form Streaming video
Author Albright, David, contributor
Brissenden, Michael, reporter
Campbell, Eric, contributor
Campbell, Eric, reporter
Hoy, Greg, reporter
Kamanaka, Hitomi, contributor
Kan, Naoto, contributor
Knox, Michael, contributor
Lieberman, Joe, contributor
Makhijanii, Rjun, contributor
Mckay, Huw, contributor
Mcleod, Shane, contributor
Mcleod, Shane, reporter
Obama, Barack, contributor
O'Neil, Andrew, contributor
Poneman, Dan, contributor
Price, John, contributor
Rudd, Kevin, contributor
Sales, Leigh, host
Schwartz, Dominique, contributor
Sieh, Kerry, contributor
Uhlmann, Chris, reporter
White, Philip, contributor
Willacy, Mark, contributor