Here's the info I was sent on this, it looks really good anyway:
Mark Lynas’ webchat: 24th Feb – 9-9.30pm. Submit questions for Mark from now right up until after the programme, and see him answer them live webchat here.
· Competition: To celebrate the documentary, The National Geographic Channel are also giving away a Wind Up Eco player (as featured on this blog in fact) Everyone who submits a question for the webchat has the chance to win one of these players!
· UK premiere: Six Degrees Could Change the World, 24TH February at 7pm
· About: National Geographic ‘s new environmental documentary is based on Mark Lynas’ book Six Degrees: Our Future on a Hotter Planet. Six Degrees takes a journey into a possible future for our planet, witnessing a rise from one through six degrees over the next hundred years. Filmed on five continents with some of the world’s top climate researchers, journey from Greenland’s rapidly-melting ice sheet to bleaching coral reefs along Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, from fast-eroding Himalayan glaciers that feed the Ganges River to drought-afflicted Amazon rain forests, witnessing first-hand the varied nature of global warming.
Video clips below, the frame doesnt quite fit the blog, but it still seems to play okay