Last November Norwich became the centre of attention as the Climategate affair had the world questioning the science of global warming.
Hackers revealed e-mails for the UEA climate research unit which seemed to suggest scientists had covered up vital data.
The director of the unit went into hiding and the doors of the research unit were closed to the media.
A year on, David Whiteley of the BBC's Inside Out programme, is one of the first to be allowed inside the unit to see the work being carried out there now.
And David Holland, one of the climate change doubters at the centre of the scandal tells his story for the first time.
A year after "Climategate" David Whiteley is one of the first to be allowed inside the UEA climate unit.
BBC1 15th November 7.30pm
Chris and Sara G
10th July 2012
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