Sunday, November 11, 2007

Green In The Media 12th November - 18th November

If you're a fan of QVC and those types of shopping channels, there's a new kid on the block. Greenzone.tv shows videos of the products they're selling, although they have a very limited selection of stuff at the moment. But if the most important thing to you is how a Solio charger feels before you buy it, then go watch.

Monday 12th November

Start The Week
On: BBC Radio Four (74)
Time: 09:00 to 09:45 (Also 2130)
Andrew Marr and guests set the cultural agenda for the week. Guests include Prof CS Kiang, a leading force on climate change in China.

The Monday Documentary
On: BBC World Service Radio (80)
Time: 09:05 to 09:30 (Also 1205, 2000, 0000)
Can America Go Green?.
Laura Trevellyan talks to some of the most influential voices in the US and reports on how America could retreat from its role as the planet's chief polluter.

3 Minute Wonder
On: more4 (14)
Time: 13:05 to 13:10
Adventures In Recycling: The Recycled History Of Recycling.
A partnership between the Channel 4 British Documentary Film Foundation and Studio Artois produces highly original films on the subject of recycling. Taking "reduce, re-use, recycle" as its mantra, this innovative film has been made using 100% recycled footage and is an entirely carbon neutral production.

Wednesday 14th November

Think Green
On: Community Channel (Freeview) (87)
Time: 08:30 to 09:00
Episode 27.
An informative and empowering half hour magazine style eco series dedicated to preserving the future of our fragile planet.

Save our Seeds
On: BBC Radio Four (74)
Time: 21:00 to 21:30
Second of two programmes in which Jonathon Porritt explores our agricultural biodiversity. He examines the controversial fallout of the Green Revolution, the inherent danger of single variety crops and how traditional farming might safeguard our food security in the coming years.

Thursday 15th November

One Planet
On: BBC World Service Radio (80)
Time: 12:30 to 13:00 (Also 1630, 2030, 0030)
Too Hot to Crop.
Sue Broom assesses the impact of climate change and whether it means good or bad news for feeding the world.

Friday 16th November

Think Green
On: Community Channel (Freeview) (87)
Time: 08:30 to 09:00
Episode 28.
An informative and empowering half hour magazine style eco series dedicated to preserving the future of our fragile planet.

Close Up
On: BBC World Service Radio (80)
Time: 09:30 to 10:00 (Also 1530, 1930, 2330, 0230)
How Climate Changes Culture.
An investigation into whether climate change has affected culture.

Room For Improvement
On: Channel 4 (04)
Time: 12:30 to 13:00
Angus and Dave are in Epping with eco-warriors Colin and Petra Huber, who want to convert their loft in an environmentally friendly way on a budget of £25,000. While Dave gets to grips with the practicalities, Angus whisks Colin and Petra off to a green housing scheme in Maidenhead that uses cutting-edge energy saving and generating techniques. But will there be a conflict between green principles and the budget?

Shared Earth
On: BBC Radio Four (74)
Time: 15:00 to 15:30
Dylan Winter presents a topical magazine series celebrating the natural world and how to preserve it. He examines Britain's role as a stop on the autumn migration route.

Saturday 17th November

The Monday Documentary
On: BBC World Service Radio (80)
Time: 09:05 to 09:30
Can America Go Green?.
Laura Trevellyan talks to some of the most influential voices in the US and reports on how America could retreat from its role as the planet's chief polluter.

Close Up
On: BBC World Service Radio (80)
Time: 22:35 to 23:00
How Climate Changes Culture.
An investigation into whether climate change has affected culture.

Sunday 18th November

Forests on the Front Line
On: Community Channel (Freeview) (87)
Time: 06:30 to 07:00
Actor Kris Marshall travels into the heart of the Bolivian Amazon to investigate the impact the destruction of the rainforest is having on local communities.

Think Green
On: Community Channel (Freeview) (87)
Time: 08:30 to 09:00
Episode 28.
An informative and empowering half hour magazine style eco series dedicated to preserving the future of our fragile planet.

Close Up
On: BBC World Service Radio (80)
Time: 19:35 to 20:00
How Climate Changes Culture.
An investigation into whether climate change has affected culture.


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