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programmes for BBC Radio in 2007

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91 : Thomas Midgley 
first broadcast:
Wed Jan 10 2007 
9.00 pm 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Dr Hermione Cockburn 
producer:
Mike Hally 
The story of the scientist who gave the World both lead in petrol and chlorofluorocarbons in refrigeration -- important and remarkable advances in their time, but with environmental impacts that led to their eventual banning. 

 
92 : Sun, Spoor and Spots: counting Namibia's Cheetahs 
first broadcast:
Tue Mar 20 2007 
11.02 am 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Frauke Jensen 
producer:
Mike Hally 
Namibia has the largest population of cheetahs in the world yet no-one really knows how many – β€œ2,500” is a widely quoted figure but it’s twenty years old and was largely guesswork even then. Counting the shy and elusive cheetah is difficult but Okatumba Wildlife Research, a project set up by two German scientists, is developing new methods, assisted by groups of volunteers from Biosphere Expeditions who pay to spend a fortnight in the Bush collecting the raw data. 

 
93 : Tony Hawks Gets Lost in the Afternoon 
first broadcast:
Fri May 25 2007 
3.45 pm 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Tony Hawks 
producer:
Janet Graves 
Writer and comedian Tony Hawks investigates why we lose the things we need most.  

 
94 : Sgt Pepper (1) 
first broadcast:
Mon Jun 4 2007 
3.30 pm 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Heidi Thomas 
producer:
Janet Graves and Gillian Hush 
"Being for the Benefit of Mr Kite" read by Judith Barker 

 
95 : Sgt Pepper (2) 
first broadcast:
Tue Jun 5 2007 
3.30 pm 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Alexei Sayle 
producer:
Janet Graves and Gillian Hush 
"With a Little Help From My Friends" read by Alexei Sayle 

 
96 : Danger Fuels (Nepal) 
first broadcast:
Wed Jun 6 2007 
12.01 am 
World Service 
presenter:
Mark Whitaker 
producer:
Mark Whitaker 
A series for 'One Planet' about the health and development implications surrounding household energy and domestic smoke in the developing world. Smoke inhalation kills more people that malaria according to the WHO.  

 
97 : Sgt Pepper (3) 
first broadcast:
Wed Jun 6 2007 
3.30 pm 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Linda Grant 
producer:
Janet Graves and Gillian Hush 
"Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds" read by Olwen May 

 
98 : Sgt Pepper (4) 
first broadcast:
Thu Jun 7 2007 
3.30 pm 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Jimmy Mulville 
producer:
Janet Graves and Gillian Hush 
"A Day In the Life" read by John Henshaw 

 
99 : Sgt Pepper (5) 
first broadcast:
Fri Jun 8 2007 
3.30 pm 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Laurence Wilson 
producer:
Janet Graves and Gillian Hush 
"Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" read by Charlie Anson 

 
100 : Danger Fuels (Guatemala) 
first broadcast:
Wed Jun 13 2007 
12.01 am 
World Service 
presenter:
Mark Whitaker 
producer:
Mark Whitaker 
Second and final part of a series for 'One Planet' about the health and development implications surrounding household energy and domestic smoke in the developing world. Smoke inhalation kills more people that malaria according to the WHO 

 

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