Like most people, I’m a huge fan of Sir David Attenborough, and his ability to inspire millions of individuals, old and young, from across the
Gordon Buchanan: Animals, cameras and family values
Gordon Buchanan, host of the groundbreaking new series Animals With Cameras shares his thoughts on his 25 years of filming wildlife.
Tania Esteban chats about her role as a Digital Researcher for BBC’s Big Cats, Planet Earth II and Blue Planet II
BBC’s Big Cats, Planet Earth II and Blue Planet II: Tania Esteban discusses working behind the scenes on these great series!
Jumbo the elephant: the story of London Zoo’s most famous resident
“For nearly 15 years after he arrived at the London zoo Jumbo gave very little trouble, made the turnstiles click profitably, and was a source
Trophy ‘shockumentary’: Does it really compare to Blackfish?
Trophy film review: Within moments of the film opening (to a scene of father and young son shooting dead a ‘trophy’ deer), we are introduced to South Africa’s most successful rhino breeder, John Hume.
BBC Earth Magazine’s launch night in London
This week I was invited to the launch of BBC Earth Magazine, a new monthly publication about the natural world, courtesy of LiveLikeAVIP.com. I have
Harambe the silverback gorilla and the question of captivity
Every so often, an individual animal comes along, whose plight opens up a big debate concerning how humans react to, interfere with, or ‘manage’ animal
Revisiting Sir David Attenborough’s gorilla playmate
Poppy, the then two-year-old infant who played alongside Sir David Attenborough, is now an elderly matriarch in the Susa Mountain Gorilla Group, which can be visited, virtually.
Conservation: the cons, count downs and continuations
Unsurprisingly, BBC Wildlife magazine is a favourite of mine. I’ve long enjoyed the columns and comments from BBC animal activist favourites, such as Simon King,
Reflections on BBC’s ‘Africa’
“Africa: in the 4 years of making this series we’ve been to some astonishing places and seen animals behaving in ways that have never been