The radio program is available on the Internet live at 20.00 hrs BST (just over 15 minutes from now). Click on this link to get to the right program and click "Listen Live" Update (SM): The following link gives the written version of the program. Their interview with me got left on the cutting room floor, but as noted below, there is a link to climateaudit from the BBC.
The blurb says:
Overselling Climate Change
Thursday 20 April 2006 20:00-20:30 (Radio 4 FM)
Simon Cox reports on how scientists are becoming worried by the quality of research used to back up the most extreme climate predictions.
Every week we are assailed by scare stories about the climate. Malaria in Africa, hurricanes in Florida, even the death of frogs in Latin America – all are being linked to global warming. But does the science behind these claims really stand up, or are the risks of climate change being oversold to win the battle for influence?
Well we’ll see (or hear in this case).
The radio program should be available on the website for at least the next week so if you’ve missed the live version, I’ll put the archive link up when it appears.
JA adds: For those who missed the live version, you can now listen to it by following this link