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Tuesday, April 03, 2007

WHAT’S NEW ?

Climate Challenge on BBC World from 4th April 2007

Climate Challenge is a new, weekly, 6-part series coproduced by dev.tv that goes local and global to find here-and-now answers to climate change.

In the fight against global warming, developed and developing countries must work hand-in-hand to find viable solutions for all.

Here are the transmission dates and times for each episode:

Episode 1: Market for the World

Premiere

: Wednesday 4th April at 20.30 GMT

Re-runs

: Thursday 5th April at 10.30 GMT, Friday 6th April at 15.30 & 19.30 GMT (South Asia only), Saturday 7th April at 02.30 (not Asia Pacific nor South Asia), and Monday 9th April at 08.30 GMT.

Episode 2: Money on Trees

Premiere

: Wednesday 11th April at 20.30 GMT

Re-runs

: Thursday 12th April at 10.30 GMT, Friday 13th April at 15.30 & 19.30 GMT (South Asia only), Saturday 14th April at 02.30 (not Asia Pacific nor South Asia), and Monday 16th April at 08.30 GMT.

Episode 3: Putting the Carbon Genie Back

Premiere

: Wednesday 18th April at 20.30 GMT

Re-runs

: Thursday 19th April at 10.30 GMT, Friday 20th April at 15.30 & 19.30 GMT (South Asia only), Saturday 21st April at 02.30 (not Asia Pacific nor South Asia), and Monday 23rd April at 08.30 GMT.

Episode 4: The Home Front

Premiere

: Wednesday 25th April at 20.30 GMT

Re-runs

: Thursday 26th April at 10.30 GMT, Friday 27th April at 15.30 & 19.30 GMT (South Asia only), Saturday 28th April at 02.30 (not Asia Pacific nor South Asia), and Monday 30th April at 08.30 GMT.

Episode 5: Doing the Business

Premiere

: Wednesday 2nd May at 20.30 GMT

Re-runs

: Thursday 3rd May at 10.30 GMT, Friday 4th May at 15.30 & 19.30 GMT (South Asia only), Saturday 5th May at 02.30 (not Asia Pacific nor South Asia), and Monday 7th May at 08.30 GMT.

Episode 6: Bright Ideas

Premiere

: Wednesday 9th May at 20.30 GMT

Re-runs

: Thursday 10th May at 10.30 GMT, Friday 11th May at 15.30 & 19.30 GMT (South Asia only), Saturday 12th May at 02.30 (not Asia Pacific nor South Asia), and Monday 14th May at 08.30 GMT.

For local times, please check BBC World‘s website.