Top left: A fibre of DNA is drawn out of a droplet of DNA dissolved in water prior to exposure to the X-ray beam.
Top Right: Rosalind Franklin, played by Juliet Stephenson in "Life Story", working on the X-ray Diffraction data (on the slide projector screen in the background) which lead to the structure of DNA.
Bottom Left: Crick and Watson (Tim Piggot-Smith and Geoff Goldblum) examine a sketch of Franklin's X-ray diffraction photograph.
Bottom Right: Crick and Watson's model of DNA.
(Images from "Life Story" © BBC Enterprises 1986)