"There are of course exceptions. The writers believe in formula, which dulls interesting phenomena such as climate change and questions such as why are there seasons. The mists, why? The storms, why? And why do birds know the prospects of weather change even more sharply than Penny Tranter or even Michael Fish? If I want to know the weather I watch the birds rather than the BBC or ITV. Do people really contemplate the planet we live on? Are we mystified about where we come from? The Queen is worried about climate change. Did hobbits with small brains once roam the earth? Other questions include, how did the Norfolk broads form..?" Had it been a long day for the good doctor? He insists his unusual speech was an effort at "pure romanticism".
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