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Wildlife filmmaker Hannah Stitfall and wildlife film researcher Dom Davies enjoy a close encounter with one of our most mysterious birds, the woodcock, when they review another selection from the LIVING WORLD archive. The woodcock is a wader which sp... more
Where do flies go in winter and what happens to them? Wildlife filmmaker Hannah Stitfall and wildlife film researcher Billy Clark review another selection from the Living World archive to try and find out the answer. The original programme was record... more
Keen naturalist Hannah Stitfall is joined by wildlife film researcher Dom Davies to review another programme from the LIVING WORLD archive. The subject today is Spined Loach - a fish you might never heard of because, whilst locally they are abundant,... more
I feel a great loss that in this topsy-turvy world the BBC seems to have pulled the plug on these interesting and grounding natural history programmes…please amongst the welter of poor programs on the schedules bring these flagship studies back
I’m not normally a complainer, especially when it comes to BBC programming, but I’m almost certain I’m amoung the few who have called attention to this issue.
This is the greatest podcast for nature appreciation. Unfortunately it stopped working months ago on IPhones. I miss it. Nature needs all the appreciation she can get. Please fix!
I would so love to be able to listen to the new episodes, but unfortunately everything after the Planet Puffin series (which was fantastic) will not play on Apple Podcast. Please remedy, for the sake of the iPhone owners across the pond who need us some BBC nature!
I am finally unsubscribing to this otherwise excellent podcast because the BBC can’t seem to make it work on iTunes/Apple Podcasts. About half the time, a new episode will appear, and I’ll get excited. However, when I try to download or stream it, it gives a “unable to download” and “temporarily unavailable” error message. For a while, I faithfully reported this to the BBC via their website, with screenshots, and tried all the troubleshooting methods possible. Each time they said I could listen ... more
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Best of Natural History Radio launched 16 years ago and published 300 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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