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date: Wed, 21 Mar 2007 10:04:56 -0000
from: "Pam Rutherford" <pam.rutherfordatXYZxyz.co.uk>
subject: BBC Telephone interview tomorrow morning?
to: <p.jonesatXYZxyz.ac.uk>

Dear Prof Jones,

Hi. I was in touch with you a few months ago regarding a Material World programme with
questions about climate change. The reason I'm writing this time is because I am involved
with a school who are making some news stories tomorrow with the BBC and are looking for a
climate expert they can briefly interview on the 'phone tomorrow at about 10am and I wanted
to ask you if you would be willing to be that person?

In terms of questions it wil most likely be fairly straightforward on what we know about
climate change and why local measures to change carbon emissions are just as important as
global measures and perhaps what, briefly they are.

This is for a group of 12 - 13 year old girls and then wil then go on to make a 3 minute
news based piece which they will piblish on their website and the BBC will link to tomorrow
when schools across the country are making news - some of which will be broadcast on Five
Live, news 24, BBC1, Newsround etc.

Do you think you might be willing to do this? It shouldn't take much longer than about ten
minutes and would be just on a normal office phone or even mobile?

Do you think you might be available tomorrow morning?

Many thanks,
Pam

Pamela Rutherford
Producer
BBC Science Radio
Rm 630 SE Wing
Bush House
London
WC2B 4PH

Tel: +44 (0)207 557 3885
Fax: +44 (0)207 557 3008
email:pam.rutherfordatXYZxyz.co.uk

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