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Posted by IanG (U12069046) on Monday, 4th March 2013
Doesn't the Beeb think we've maybe had enough of winter for one year?
Posted by treetop91 (U8281451) on Monday, 4th March 2013
Could it not be because the BBC are desperate to keep climate change on the News agenda ? As soon as we have a brief dry spell we shall be inundated with undertones of global warming again and our summer days will be the hottes ever whenever we get on summer's day ! It might be an idea for someone at the BBC to commission a programme now to enquire what the water companies have been doing to conserve water from our wettest year ever in order to avoid the inevitable drought warnings that will be coming our way this year !
Posted by Bouillaguet (U14312340) on Monday, 4th March 2013
I thought it was a Countryfile compilation with another name
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