This conversation wase hosted by BBC journalist and presenter Martine Croxall. Martine, was joined by:
Professor Harriet Bulkeley who's work is concerned with the politics and governance of environmental issues. She has a particular interest in climate change and the roles of cities and other non-state actors in responding to this global challenge.
Professor Klaus Dodds who researches the areas of geopolitics and security, media/popular culture, ice studies and the international governance of the Antarctic and the Arctic.
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1 March 2022
Alice Hunter Morrison, arabist, writer and TV presenter, talks with Jacki Hill-Murphy about her successful BBC series Morocco to Timbuktu: An Arabian Adventure.
1 July 2021
Professor Wade Davis tells the story of Colombia, a nation that has not deserved its agonies, a land with the greatest cultural, ecological and biological diversity on the planet.
26 April 2021
British explorer Bertram Thomas became the first person to cross the largest sand desert on Earth. Hear how Mark and his Omani companions retraced Thomas’s footsteps on their own 49 day journey from Salalah to Doha.
8 February 2021
Explore the exquisite balance of nature in the Yukon Territory, including the waxing and waning of the iconic lynx, snowshoe hare, and abalone fishers.
20 January 2021
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