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Doomwatch (1970)


Doomwatch is the nickname for the Department of Measurement of Scientific Work. Under the leadership of Nobel Prize winning physicist, Dr. Spencer Quist, the Doomwatch team struggled, for three...

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GenreSci-Fi, Drama Number of episodes 38 Latest available episode Cast and crewDarrol Blake, Jonathan Alwyn, Lennie Mayne, Eric Hills, Terence Dudley, David Sullivan Proudfoot, Paul Ciappessoni, Hugh David, Joan Kemp-Welch, Quentin Lawrence, Pennant Roberts, Gerry Davis, Kit Pedler, Martin Worth, Don Shaw, Louis Marks, Dennis Spooner, John Gould, Brian Hayles, Roger Parkes, Show All
Full description Doomwatch is the nickname for the Department of Measurement of Scientific Work. Under the leadership of Nobel Prize winning physicist, Dr. Spencer Quist, the Doomwatch team struggled, for three seasons, to keep an eye on the environment and supervise government and private sector research in an attempt to prevent pollution and other disasters that might be caused by the misuse of new scientific developments, discoveries and technology. While confronting dangers ranging from a plastic eating bacteria to hyper intelligent species of rats, from mind destroying sound waves to toxic wastes and genetic mutations, the Doomwatch team always found themselves under the gun, from unsupportive governmental superiors, and openly hostile corporations, and the powerful influences they could wield. The Doomwatch team initially consisted of Quist; former intelligence agent, Dr. John Ridge; eager young researcher Toby Wren; technician and computer specialist Colin Bradley; and secretary Pat Hunnisett. During the subsequent seasons there would be a high turnover rate in Doomwatch membership, with only Quist, Ridge and Bradley surviving all three seasons.

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