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BBC TV and radio coverage to mark White Paper launch

The Government launches its new White Paper on Climate Change on Wednesday 15th July and to mark the occasion BBC TV News has decided to report from the village all day, every hour. Lots of people will be interviewed about climate change and what they are doing to combat it in the village. The BBC are coming along in a van powered by used oil from King Louis chip shop in Tarvin! Hear and see us us on Rado 4 Today programme, BBC Radio Manchester, BBC Breakfast TV, BBC World News and throughout the day and online and on demand. Thanks to everyone for giving up time to be interviewed.

Should be fun!

Here are the results of the day

BBC News
CBBC report with the school children
Radio 4 Today programme

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