Mystery of the senses. Smell [videorecording] / produced by Green Umbrella Ltd. for WETA/Washington and WGBH/Boston in association with Gemini Productions, Germany ; produced by Michael Gunton and Larry Klein ; written by Michael Gunton and Diane Ackerman ; directed by Michael Gunton, Nigel Ashcroft and Larry Klein.
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This Nova program explores the sense of smell and the power of scent. Diane Ackerman visits one of the world's largest creators of perfume and ventures outside the perfumer's lab to sample a huge spectrum of smells.
Audio enhanced for the visually impaired.
Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
Based on the book: A natural history of the senses / by Diane Ackerman.
Presenter-narrator: Diane Ackerman.
Originally produced as an episode of the television series Nova.
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