Britain’s Worst Weather

11:05pm Wednesday, December 1 on M4

Dr Nick Middleton of Oxford University investigates some of Britain’s most extreme weather conditions to find out how they are caused and why they are so dangerous.

Monday 29 September 2008

Dr Nick Middleton of Oxford University investigates some of Britain’s most extreme weather conditions, to find out how they are caused, and why they are so dangerous. There is no question that flooding can be dangerously destructive and, as global temperatures and sea levels continue to rise, Dr Middleton investigates how the level of risk is increasing. Prod/ Dir: Ian A Hunt; Series Prod: Mike Beckham; Exec Prod: Stuart Carter; Prod Co: Pioneer

Monday 22 September 2008

Dr Nick Middleton of Oxford University investigates some of Britain’s most extreme weather conditions, to find out how they are caused, and why they are so dangerous. This programme looks at perhaps the most mysterious and spectacular weather phenomenon: lightning.

Monday 15 September 2008

Dr Nick Middleton of Oxford University investigates why the UK is so stormy, looking into some of the most destructive wind events of the past 20 years. These include the infamous Great Storm of 1987, in which 18 people were killed, airports were closed and London lost power for the first time since the Blitz.

Monday 8 September 2008

Dr Nick Middleton of Oxford University investigates some of Britain’s most extreme weather conditions, to find out how they are caused, and why they are so dangerous.

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