BBC Wildlife Magazine Podcast

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BBC Wildlife Magazine Podcast

BBC Wildlife May 2014 May 14, 2014

Springwatch presenter Chris Packham explains why he had to take on the Maltese hunters - plus the truth about beavers.

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BBC Wildlife April 2014 April 24, 2014
This month, natural history TV producer and writer Stephen Moss gives some handy hints on how to identify some of our commonest garden birds' songs.
BBC Wildlife Spring 2014 March 25, 2014
With spring now here, many of our bats will be coming out of hibernation, so find out all about the amazing world of flying mammals with expert Professor Kate Jones. Plus news of how we recruited 20 'local patch' reporters from all round the country.
BBC Wildlife March 2014 Feb. 24, 2014
Find out how and where to see brown hares with expert David North of Norfolk Wildlife Trust, and why you should be putting up a nestbox in your garden right now.
This month's podcast includes an interview with the presenter of BBC Four's Secrets of Bones, a round-up of the natural history TV on this month and an item on how to get your best images in the 'Your photos' section of BBC Wildlife.
This month's BBC Wildlife podcast includes an interview with Project Wild Thing director David Bond, an item on the hunt for the Tasmanian tiger, advice on wildlife gardening and a review of the best natural history TV in January.
Miranda Krestovnikoff discusses her new role as president of the RSPB.
Sharks in British seas July 11, 2013
Watching and studying great whites, blues and other UK sharks
BBC Wildlife May 2013 May 2, 2013
WWF scientist Geoff York and BBC wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan talk to James Fair about what needs to be done to save the Arctic's iconic species, the polar bear.
BBC Wildlife April 2013 April 11, 2013
Bill Bailey chats to BBC Wildlife about his new TV series on naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace.
BBC Wildlife March 2013 March 11, 2013
George McGavin, TV naturalist, chats about ant megacolonies, surviving an army ant attack and why we should eat insects.
Britain's most famous physicist talks to BBC Wildlife about his new series currently airing on BBC2 on Sunday nights.
Britain's most famous physicist talks to BBC Wildlife about his new series currently airing on BBC2 on Sunday nights.
Bird Talk Dec. 12, 2012
Mark Avery, former conservation director at the RSPB, joins the BBC Wildlife team to discuss ruddy ducks, hen harriers and roseate terns.
Bird Talk Dec. 12, 2012
Mark Avery, former conservation director at the RSPB, joins the BBC Wildlife team to discuss ruddy ducks, hen harriers and roseate terns.
Sir David Attenborough chats to BBC Wildlife about his life and career to celebrate 60 years of presenting programmes for the BBC.
Sir David Attenborough chats to BBC Wildlife about his life and career to celebrate 60 years of presenting programmes for the BBC.
Operation Iceberg Oct. 5, 2012
Chris Packham talks to BBC Wildlife about the challenges of filming the BBC series Operation Iceberg in Arctic Greenland.
Operation Iceberg Oct. 1, 2012
Chris Packham talks to BBC Wildlife about the challenges of filming the BBC series Operation Iceberg in Arctic Greenland.
BBC producer Jonny Keeling joins BBC Wildlife Magazine to chat about The Dark, his natural-history series exploring nocturnal creatures.