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Summer 2006 programmes
The topics this term include recycling, weather and wild life.
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Programme 1: A Bottle, a Tin and a Plastic Bag
Broadcast Date: 24 April 2007
A Bottle

This environmental programme tells the story of the ‘Nasty' family who leave all their rubbish behind after a day at the beach, and the consequences for another group of children who came after them.

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Programme 2: Recycling SELB number: RN 0293
Broadcast Date: 1 May 2007

The first of two programmes on recycling, asking the children to consider what they can do themselves to follow the ‘3Rs' – and Reuse, Recycle and Reduce.

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Programme 3: Floating and Sinking
Broadcast Date: 8 May 2007
A Boat

This programme looks, in a simple form, at what makes objects float or sink - their weight, shape or because they contain air. Among the questions posed are why does a small metal drawing pin sink, and a huge metal ship float?

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Programme 4: In Tune with the Weather SELB number: RJ 0159
Broadcast Date: 15 May 2007
A Musical Rainbow

This musical programme features some delightful weather songs and will also look at weather forecasts, wind and snow.

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Programme 5: Wasps
Broadcast Date: 22 May 2007

Wasps are considered to be a hazard by many people during the warmer months. In today's story Colvin decides he is a friend of wasps – though later he is not so sure.

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Programme 6: Seal Rescue SELB number: RK 0710
Broadcast Date: 29 May 2007

A Programme about seals. The story tells of the rescue of an injured baby seal which is taken to the Seal Sanctuary at Exploris, in Portaferry.

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