Saturday, November 28
Guest: Tim Flannery
[From the Radio Times archive] World leaders are meeting in Paris next week for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change. They are trying to hammer out an international climate agreement that will keep carbon emissions and global temperatures in check. With this in mind, we asked Australian climate scientist TIM FLANNERY to join us to talk about what to expect from the Paris talks, and why he is still optimistic about tackling climate change. Flannery is the author of a number of books, including Weather Makers, Here on Earth and Among the Islands. His new book is Atmosphere of Hope: Searching for Solutions to the Climate Crisis. Marty spoke with him earlier this month.
Guests: Dweezil Zappa, Femi Kuti, Martin Sheen, Emilio Estevez
On todayâ€™s edition of Radio Times in Review: we revisit some of Martyâ€™s best interviews about fathers and sons. Weâ€™ll hear her interview with musician DWEEZIL ZAPPA. He joined us to discuss his life and his father, acclaimed avant-garde rocker and composer, Frank Zappa. Weâ€™ll also listen to Martyâ€™s interview withÂ musician and activist FEMI KUTI, son of Afrobeat founder Fela Kuti, who joined Marty earlier this year. We wrap up the hour withÂ MARTIN SHEEN and EMILIO ESTEVEZ, two generations of Hollywood royalty, who joined us in 2011 to discuss their collaboration on the film “The Way.”