Any Questions? Heathrow expansion on BBC Radio 4 audio 18 January 2008

January 22, 2008 at 2:17 am | Posted in airports, Any Answers?, Any Questions, Audio, Aviation, BBC, Heathrow, Heathrow expansion, Listen, Radio 4 | Leave a comment

The first segments of these partner programmes, Any Questions? and Any Answers?, could do with being heard far and wide by anyone concerned about aviation’s impact on climate change and other environmental balances. All panellists are well-respected and worth hearing:

Any Questions?
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a discussion from Ashtead, Surrey. Panellists include David Steel, Frank Field, Francis Maude and Mary Beard.

The first 9 minutes of this weekend’s 50 minute programme include a good discussion on Heathrow expansion. The topic was very fresh in people’s minds the day after a Boeing 777 on flight BA 038 crash landed at the airport, about 13 miles from where this discussion was recorded.

This programme was originally broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Friday 18 January 20:00-20:50 and repeated on Saturday 19 January 2008 13:10-14:00.

Any Answers? (you can find the link on the Any Questions? page, or try the links below)
Listeners’ calls in response to today’s edition of Any Questions?

Worth listening to the first 12 minutes of this 30 minute programme, especially the first caller and the third caller who is a retired pilot.

This was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Saturday 19 Jan 14:00-14:30.

(Transcripts are not available at time of posting, but I shall keep an eye out for them.)

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