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Television: Skating on thin ice

by Gillean Craig

THE apocalyptic Four Last Things on which we are focusing our Advent attention seem to be at least one too few. The final programme in David Attenborough’s magnificent series Frozen Planet (BBC1, Wed­nesday of last week) spelled out the signs of a phenomenon that should be added to make Five — global warming. And we cannot defer this cataclysm until the parousia, which, on past form, is fairly unlikely to happen until well after we have shuffled off this mortal coil. It is ...

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