COP26: Endgame

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By BBC Radio

COP26: Endgame

Friday, 12 November

We're still assembled in Glasgow as the climate summit reaches its climax. After two weeks of intense talks, negotiations are continuing over a final deal to try and slow temperature rises. Former PM Tony Blair tells us what he believes can be achieved before the conference (finally) comes to an end. Adam also catches up with the BBC’s Science Correspondent, Rebecca Morelle, and rubs shoulders with our broadcasting rival, Robert Peston, as we go through the changes to the draft agreement. Plus, we speak to Newscaster Dr Amanda Edgeworth, who emailed in about the role she played in an extraordinary cave rescue earlier this week. Today’s Newscast was made by Daniel Wittenberg with producers Georgia Coan, Serena Tarling and Sally Abrahams. The studio director was Emma Crowe. The editor is Jonathan Aspinwall.
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