Smart meters, Olympic park reopens

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Smart meters will be fitted to all of our homes by 2020 as the government pushes us to improve our energy efficiency and reduce our energy usage. Some of the biggest energy companies are already installing them and we find out how their customers are getting on. We'll also find out who is the most complained about energy company from you - our listeners. We've been through our email box.

The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park reopens to the public this week for the first time since London 2012; we'll be there to see what's on offer.

As the birth rate in Denmark falls, we'll hear how one travel agency is incentivising customers to help it rise again.

Ash dieback (Chalara fraxinea) threatened forests and woodlands across the UK last year but as spring gets underway, did the winter help to kill it off and stop it spreading further?

Presenter: Winifred Robinson
Producer: Simon Browning.

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56 minutes

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Wed 2 Apr 2014 12:04
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