One of the foremost scientifi c minds of the 20th century, Sir Bernard Lovell began his career before the First World War and was involved in the invention of radio astronomy, the space race, the Moon landings, the exploration of the Solar System, the Cold War, the Cuban missile crisis and the defence of Britain against nuclear attack. He also built Cheshire’s most distinctive landmark: Jodrell Bank.
John Bromley-Davenport QC has practised exclusively in the areas of crime, regulatory crime, fraud, health and safety, environmental, disciplinary and related matters. He has also adapted A Christmas Carol and Three Men In A Boat for the stage. He writes for the Times and the Telegraph.
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