Radio talkback on birdstrike

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Subject: Radio talkback on birdstrike
From: Stephen Mannix <>
Date: Sat, 22 Aug 1998 11:14:27 +1000
I wonder if anyone can remember a certain radio program that may have
been on recently concerning studies on the effects that different bird
species have when they come into contact with an aeroplane engine.  My
90 year old grandmother mentioned hearing it some time over the last
month, but she is not sure what AM radio station it was on.  She thinks
that there was a university involved in the study, but again she can't
remember what university it was.  Did anyone happen to catch the
program?  If so, could you let me know either the radio station or
university involved so I can chase it up.  Please reply to me direct.
Thanks in advance.

Stephen Mannix.

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