Sunday, April 22, 2012

Green In The Media 23rd-29th April

Monday 23rd April

One Planet
On: BBC World Service Radio
Time: 11:32 to 11:50 (Also Fri 1930, Sat 0430, 1030, 0130)
One Planet looks at how we use our planet.

Tuesday 24th April

Costing the Earth
On: BBC Radio 4
Time: 15:30 to 16:00 (Also Wed 2100)
Cruise Ships and Creeks.
Falmouth Harbour's plans to attract big cruise ships are causing controversy. Will the dredging of new channels harm rare seaweeds? Tom Heap reports from Cornwall.

Thursday 26th April

Live Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Questions
On: BBC Parliament
Time: 10:30 to 11:30 (Also 0130, 0400)
Live coverage of questions in the House of Commons to environment, food and rural affairs secretary Caroline Spelman and her ministerial team.

Sunday 29th April

On: BBC 1
Time: 18:25 to 19:25
Tom Heap is on the opposite side of the country, finding out why we are still digging up one of our greatest natural defences against climate change, peat. 

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