I have heard of BBC but I don't think I have seen the show.
I don't think I would be able to put up with the weather in the U.K. I dislike rain. I would not mind the mild-temperatures. But we all complain about the weather no matter where we are.
I think the BBC would be the best source for the U.K. but not where I live.
I don't know to much about The great global warming swindle.
I don't think there would be a better way of presenting environmental ideas.Barry's Response
- I'm sure they have other information networks in the UK, but few of in North America would be aware of them.
BBC is more than a show. "The Beeb" is a complete broadcasting network like PBS for instance.
Weather does affect people psychologically. Perhaps you have heard of seasonal affective disorder. People who undergo long stretches of gloomy weather, or even normal winter weather, start to undertake this mood disorder. It may be caused by a vitamin D deficiency, caused by a lack of direct sunlight. That can certainly happen during long stretches of gloom.
One example I hear frequently in Canada is that British Columbia winters can cause depressing thoughts in its inhabitants. Some locales in the province can go a month or longer with steady rain and fog
and no sun, so there is obviously a connection. They have even been known to envy the sunny, if frigid, winter weather on the prairies.
Here's something new. Have a look at http://weatherspark.com/ for new ways of presenting weather (and climate averages) information for your location.Search
this site for more information now.