You can find two samples from 1977 here and here,
one from 1982 here,
and one from 1986 here.
After 1990, however, I thought I'd escaped from the nuclear morass.
In 2006 I found I was wrong, as nuclear hype burst out again. At Chatham House I retold the story of
The Emperor's Nuclear Clothes.
In May 2011, at a historical symposium in Oxford on 'Nuclear Power - Past, Present, Future?',
I recounted 'Nuclear Reactions'.
I've also made other exceptions
to my usual rule of avoiding the latest nuclear nonsense. At a London conference 15 July 2015 called
'Sowing The Whirlwind': Nuclear Politics and the Historical Record
I gave a presentation asking Whose History?: The Nuclear Kaleidoscope. On 4 December 2015 at University College London
I gave a seminar on 'The Politics of Electricity and Nuclear'.