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Climate Change: Taking the Temperature
Composite image: Man diving into the sea, snow, boy and cow into a river

Claudia Hammond with Runa Khan of charity Friendship
Health Check: Bangladesh
Claudia Hammond journeys the rivers of the Ganges and Bramaputra Delta in Bangladesh to look at the state of the country's health. First broadcast: 26 Nov 2007; Dur. 26 min

Eden Project, in Cornwall, UK
Close Up: How Climate Changes Culture - Cities of the Future
Philip Dodd investigates how we are making the cities of the future more sustainable, and talks to the architects, designers and engineers working on it. First broadcast: 16 Nov 2007; Dur. 26 min

Artistic photograph of a fair
Close Up: How Climate Changes Culture - The Present
Philip Dodd finds out how global warming is affecting contemporary culture, from apocalyptic art to green consumerism, via ecological utopia. First broadcast: 9 November 2007; Dur. 26 min

Close Up: How Climate Changes Culture - Our Ancestors
Philip Dodd investigates the ways in which climate change has influenced culture and the development of civilization and is likely to do so in future. First broadcast: 2 November 2007; Dur. 26 min

Noural Islam, former businessman and advisor, interviewed by the BBC World Service in Bhola, Bangladesh, during the Taking the Temperature season
Over To You: Behind the scenes of Taking The Temperature
We hear from the MV Aboshar about life on board the ship, the thinking that led to the trip, and a listener who didn't agree with the season. First broadcast: 10 November 2007; Dur. 17 min

Bengali elder interviewed by the BBC
The World Today: Bangladesh coastal regions in danger
If predictions of climate scientists are correct, coastal regions of Bangladesh are going to be facing huge challenges. Mark Dummett reports. First broadcast: 6 November 2007; Dur. 2'40"

Man holding an Earth balloon
Heart & Soul: Environmentalism, the new 21st century religion
From Hinduism to Christianity, religions profess a moral duty to look after Mother Earth, but do they need to do more to influence their followers? First broadcast: 4 November 2007; Dur. 26 min

Bengali fishermen
Outlook: Fishermen without fish
Siobhann Tighe reports from the world's largest mangrove forest, where local fishermen spend six months without work - every year. First broadcast: 6 November 2007; Dur. 11 min Outlook website

Children on the shore
Outlook: River Erosion in Bangladesh
Siobhann Tighe reports from Ilisha Ghat, an area vulnerable to river erosion and from rising sea levels. What it is like to live under threat from flooding? First broadcast: 5 November 2007; Dur. 16 min

Sunita Narain
The Interview: Sunita Narain
The leading Indian environmental campaigner tells why she backs the Indian government in refusing to join agreements to set limits on carbon emissions. First broadcast: 3 November 2007; Dur. 25 min

Shadows of two people talking
WYHS: The Climate Change Debate
A special World Have Your Say debate from the San Francisco Film Center, California, presented by Ross Atkins. Edited version: 3 November 2007; Dur. 48 min

A doctor attends to infants at the neonatal intensive care unit of the Shri Maharaja Gulab Singh Memorial (SMGS) Hospital in Jammu, India, Wednesday, July 11, 2007
One Planet: Population Debate
How many people can the world sustain, what impact will they have on the environment and why is it such a difficult policy area to address? First broadcast: 11 October 2007; Dur. 27 min

Dr James Hansen
The Interview: Dr James Hansen
Dr. Hansen has devoted his life to climate change, and has repeatedly clashed with American administrations over the action needed. First broadcast: 15 September 2007; Dur. 27 min

Shade of a man beside the Sun
One Planet: Muslims and Climate Change
What Islamic instruction is there on climate change and the environment and how prepared are Muslims to follow that instruction? First broadcast: 30 August 2007; Dur. 26 min

Vinod Khosla (Picture: James Duncan Davidson/O'Reilly Media, Inc. - Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 License)
Global Business: How green is Silicon Valley
Indian-born venture capitalist and co founder of Sun Microsystems Vinod Khosla explains why he campaigns for alternative energy sources. First broadcast: 9 January 2007; Dur. 23 min
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