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Nicky Campbell presents a special pre-recorded edition from Ashton Park School in Bristol, focusing on the environment and asking: Has man's dominion been good for the planet?

Nicky Campbell presents a special pre-recorded edition of The Big Questions from Ashton Park School in Bristol, focusing on the environment and asking: Has man's dominion been good for the planet?

Amongst those taking part are: environmentalist Tony Juniper; Will Travers from the Born Free Foundation; Martin Palmer from Alliance of Religions and Conservation; Richard D North, author of Life on a Modern Planet; Fiona Harvey from The Guardian; Mark Lynas, author of The God Species; imam and broadcaster Ajmal Masroor; evolutionary psychologist Diana Fleischman; Rev Philip Foster, author of While the Earth Endures; Ruth Jarman from Operation Noah; Vinod Kapashi, a Jain who sits on the World Congress of Faiths; Matthew Sinclair, author of Let them Eat Carbon; and Simon Bryden-Brook from Catholic Voices for Reform.

1 hour

Last on

Sun 2 Jun 2013 10:00

The Big Questions featured in this episode

Has man's dominion been good for the planet?

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June 9th    Warrington - for the live show in the morning or the pre-recorded special in the afternoon


June 23rd   Brighton - for the final show in this series of The Big Questions

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Nicky Campbell
Editor Jill Robinson
Director Rob Hopkin
Participant Tony Juniper
Participant Will Travers
Participant Martin Palmer
Participant Richard D North
Participant Fiona Harvey
Participant Mark Lynas
Participant Ajmal Masroor
Participant Diana Fleischman
Participant Philip Foster
Participant Ruth Jarman
Participant Vinod Kapashi
Participant Matthew Sinclair
Participant Matthew Bryden-Brook

Broadcast

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The last edition of this series will be on Sunday June 11th.