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Programme schedule: Global warning?
A look ahead to television programmes and debates scheduled in a three-day BBC special series on climate change.

WEDNESDAY 28 JULY

1230-1300: A special programme broadcast on BBC1 and BBC News 24 live from Kew Gardens in London, examining the global impact of climate change. The programme will feature live broadcasts from the Maldives, China and Alaska - places that have already suffering the effects of climatic change. There will also be an interview with the British Government's chief scientific adviser, Professor Sir David King.

1530: Put your questions to Sir Crispin Tickell, adviser to the British prime minister on sustainable development.

1730 - 1800: A BBC News 24 special programme live from Kew Gardens.

1930 - 2000: A BBC News 24 special panel discussion looking at global warming and its impact on developing countries.

Hardtalk (0400 and 2330): Tim Sebastian interviews British journalist, author and academic George Monbiot on climate change and pressures on the Earth's natural resources.

THURSDAY 29 JULY

1230 - 1300: A special programme broadcast on BBC1 and BBC News 24 live from Kew Gardens, examining the impact of climate change on Britain. The programme will feature live broadcasts from diminishing ski slopes in Scotland and the flood-threatened east of England.

1530: Put your questions to an expert on how climate change is affecting Britain.

1730 - 1800: A BBC News 24 special programme live from Kew Gardens looking at how climate change is affecting Britain's plants and animals.

1930 - 2000: A BBC News 24 special panel discussion looking at alternative energy sources.

Hardtalk (0430 and 2330): Lyse Doucet interviews scientist James Lovelock, the founder of Gaia theory, who believes nuclear power is one of the few things that could save us from the effects of climate change.

FRIDAY 30 JULY

1230 - 1300: A special programme broadcast on BBC1 and BBC News 24 live from Kew Gardens exploring the relationship between economic development and climate change. The programme will feature a panel discussion between the Chairman of Shell and representatives from Friends of the Earth and the European Environment Agency.

1530 -1600: A special BBC News 24 interactive forum where you can put your questions to the experts on climate change.

1730 - 1800: A BBC News 24 special programme live from Kew Gardens examining the relationship between global warming and economic development.

1930 -2000: A News 24 special panel discussion looking at politics of global warming.


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