Spring Forwards, Fall Backwards
On October 31st we'll all turn our clocks back by one hour. There's mounting evidence that we could save energy by cancelling this annual ritual. Alice Roberts reports.
On October 31st we'll all dutifully turn our clocks back by one hour, plunging our evenings into premature darkness. There's mounting evidence that this annual ritual has a real environmental cost. Alice Roberts takes a look at the arguments from the Greenwich Meridian to Cornwall and the Western Isles to find out who could benefit and who might suffer from a change in the way we set our clocks.