Sunday, August 12, 2012

Green In The Media 13th - 19th August

Without any fanfare, the World Service have decided to stop broadcasting their environmental programme One Planet. It's been a welcome and much-loved (by me at least) mainstay on the channel since 1997. While others were ignoring environmental stories, One Planet gave them airtime. I'm very disappointed. If you want to hear the last episode, which is a round-up of their "Greatest Hits", it's on Monday and for the next week on the iPlayer.

Monday 13th August


One Planet
On: BBC World Service Radio
Time: 11:32 to 11:50
One Planet looks at how we use our planet.

Tuesday 14th August


Costing the Earth
On: BBC Radio 4
Time: 15:30 to 16:00 (Also Wed 2100)
Britain in 2060 - The Land.
The latest predictions of climate change give a clear picture of the UK in 2060. It is going to look very much like Madeira. Tom Heap asks what that means for the way Britons live.

Thursday 16th August


In Business
On: BBC Radio 4
Time: 20:30 to 21:00 (Also Sun 2130)
Coal Comfort.
Coal is the most abundant fossil fuel and the dirtiest. With insatiable demand from growing emerging economies, it is here to stay. Peter Day asks if coal can ever go green.



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4 comments:

weggis said...

what's up?

John Nichol said...

MoJo lost. If found, please return...

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I am glad it was an enjoyable experience for you. I think that you should definitely do it again sometime and hopefully I will be able to make it to that one.

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