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Source:  Carbon Brief

The BBC has commissioned its first primetime film on climate change since 2007. No further details about the film have yet been provided by the BBC. However, Carbon Brief has exclusively obtained more information about the project.

“Two Degrees” is the working title of the 90-minute film, and it’s scheduled to air in a primetime slot on BBC One at the end of March 2019. It will be part of a week-long series of environmentally themed programs.

It will be the first time BBC One has aired a primetime documentary dedicated to the topic of climate change since 2007 when the network aired Sir David Attenborough’s “Climate Change: Britain Under Threat” in January of that year.

Read the story at Carbon Brief.

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