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Films that focus on environmental issues around Britain.
Acoustic Tragedies
Noise is driving the nation barmy. It's the main environmental hazard in the country that people object to.
One in three are bothered by it, and last year 82,000 people complained to official bodies. Yet, unlike other forms of pollution, noise is hard to define. One person's noise is another's music. So what happens when your neighbours' heavy metal band or crowing cockerel is driving you to tears? Mike Embley asks whether people have a right to peace and investigates claims that the law is powerless to end the misery. Producer Vivianne Howard Editor Grant Mansfield

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