Saturday, 22 March 2008
Friday 28 March 2008 19.15
Any Questions, BBC Radio 4's forum for lively debate between leading public figures, chaired by Jonathan Dimbleby, is being hosted by Lambeth Academy School in Clapham this month. The programme will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 4 at 20.02 on 28 March and repeated on Saturday 29 March at 13.10.
On the Panel :
Confirmed names for the panel so far include: Brian Paddick, Liberal Dem Candidate for London Mayor and John O’Farrell, writer, broadcaster, satirist and Chairman of the Governors of Lambeth Academy
Tickets for Any Questions are free to local people (subject to availability). If you‘d like to attend please either email: email@example.com or ring Sarah Williams on 020 7819 4731, giving your name, address and a contact number.
Be part of the debate:
All those attending are invited to submit questions on the day – so please come along prepared with a question about what’s been in the news this week.
Stephen Potter principal of Lambeth Academy said:
We are delighted to host Any Questions at Lambeth Academy and to welcome the local community into our new school where debate and discussion form an important part of our daily curriculum.
Wednesday, 19 March 2008
My name's George Graham and I'm the Green Party Candidate for the Vassal By-Election.
If you have any comments, ideas or suggestions for me, please post them in the comments section below. I'll reply in the same section, and we can get a real conversation going about what Vassal Ward needs, and what I can do for you.
All you have to do is click the 'comment' link, and follow the onscreen instructions. I'll log on every couple of days, and answer your questions in the comments so that everyone can see them.
Sunday, 2 March 2008
We've come across a couple of products that make it a lot easier to
save money and energy at home. They are so useful that we're proposing
to buy them wholesale and make them available at less than retail price
if more than 20 people are interested in buying them.
Money raised will go towards the Urban Green Fair 31st August 2008 in
Brockwell Park, Brixton and also to the Lambeth Green Party GLA election
campaign on 1st May 2008.
The items are:
The OWL Wireless Home Energy Monitor
A wireless electricity monitor displaying the cost of electricity use in
the home on a portable, easy to read LED display.
* Displays cost of electricity, energy consumption and greenhouse
* Separate displays for temperature and humidity
* No additional wiring necessary
* RRP £49.95. Urban Green Fair supporter price £40.
Standby Buster is a remote controlled electrical socket that lets you
switch appliances off completely so that they use no electricity. Each
socket can take a 4 way adaptor.
* Fed up with wasting money and energy by leaving things on standby ?
* Can't be bothered to turn everything off at an inaccessible plug every
* Standby Buster Value Pack. Three electrical sockets and one remote
* RRP £29.99. Urban Green fair supporter price £24.
* Standby Buster Starter Pack. One electrical socket and one remote
* RRP £14.99. Urban Green fair supporter price £12.
You probably don't need reminding but if we don't make 80-90% CO2 cut in
emissions in UK by around 2020 we will go over the tipping of a 2C temp
increase and into a temperature runaway scenario more grim than we can
possibly imagine. Our home produces about a third of our CO2 emissions
so these products are a good way to start.