tv Weather World BBC News August 29, 2020 8:30pm-9:00pm BST
hello, this is bbc news. the headlines: tributes are paid to chadwick boseman, the star of the groundbreaking superhero movie black panther, who has died of colon cancer — he was a3. teachers criticise the government for what they describe as "last—minute" guidance on what to do during virus outbreaks and local lockdowns. the italian coastguard says it's rescued dozens of migrants from a boat funded by the artist banksy in the mediterranean, after it issued a call for help. several european countries are re—imposing travel restrictions and increasing safety measures as they try to tackle a surge in new coronavirus infections.
in sport, top flight football has returned — with a community shield double header at wembley — chelsea and arsenal were crowned champions of their respective games. now on bbc news, sarah keith—lucas and nick millerfrom bbc weather look at the impact of covid—19 on our climate in 2020. this time on weather world, coronavirus, our climate and the changes to our atmosphere and the air that we breathe that no—one would have thought possible at the start of the year. i'm at the bbc weather centre, where i will be investigating what part weather, climate and the seasons could be playing in the spread of the disease. and i am in bbc weather‘s climate check studio, where i will be reporting on lockdowns and a sudden drop in carbon emissions. and finding out whether there could be any long—lasting
impacts for our climate. also on weather world, crisis at the poles. unprecedented heat, and why the earth's extremes are bearing the brunt of global warming. the temperature has hit 38 centigrade in the arctic circle, which is completely unprecedented. and really, it doesn't feel normal. and i will show you a quick and easy way to make your own rain gauge, so you can measure the weather where you are.