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    • Getting to Zero

    • A BBC Radio 4 dramatisation
    • De : Sarah Woods
    • Lu par : Kate Ashfield, Don Gilet, Poppy Lee Friar, and others
    • Durée : 43 min
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    With George Monbiot, Paul Allen and Peter Harper. Have you got what it takes to get to zero carbon? Our expert panel set one average family the task of eliminating their carbon footprint... and living with the consequences. Originally broadcast in March 2009. Starring Kate Ashfield, Don Gilet, Poppy Lee Friar, Ryan Watson, Malcolm Tierney, Jonathan Tafler, Janice Acquah, and Stephen Hogan. Producer/Director: Jonquil Panting.

    Prix : 8,18 €

    • Welcome to the Wasteland

    • A BBC Radio 4 dramatisation
    • De : D.J. Britton, Stephen Hogan
    • Lu par : Lesley Sharp, Anamaria Marinca, Lizzy Watts, and others
    • Durée : 43 min
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    As Chief Executive of her local council, Robyn has just days to stop recycling being wiped from her ambitious environmental plans. But the credit crunch continues to put pressure on other priorities. Meanwhile, her daughter, Afrah, provides a safe house for a fiercely committed environmentalist from Eastern Europe. Written by D. J. Britton and starring Lesley Sharp, Anamaria Marinca, Lizzy Watts, Sam Dale, Ben Askew, Stephen Hogan, and Philip Fox. Produced by Pam Marshall.

    Prix : 8,18 €

    • Scummow: Things Washed Up by the Sea

    • De : Annamaria Murphy
    • Lu par : Mary Woodvine, Barbara Jefford, Stephen Hogan, and others
    • Durée : 43 min
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    When a delirious Irishman arrives in a Cornish harbour, baker Mary Kneebone takes him in, and soon the sick and gullible are queuing at her door. A wry comedy about faith, love and redemption from outstanding Cornish playwright Annamaria Murphy.

    Prix : 8,18 €