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Meet your favourite natural history TV presenters and enjoy privileged access behind the scenes.
To celebrate 50 years of observing butterflies, Matthew Oates reveals the winners and losers of the butterfly world from the past half-century and predicts what the future holds for these beautiful insects.
Birdies… eagles… albatrosses… is Bill talking wildlife, or golf? Well, both, actually.
It's easy to get close to puffins, but if you want to film natural behaviour, try using a remote camera.
Vancouver island is one of the best places in North America to see black bears as Bertie Gregory discovered.
Gardens can be surprisingly good locations to film wildlife, and with a bit of forward planning and the help of John Aitchison you can produce your own Springwatch by fitting CCTV to a specially adapted nestbox.
BBC cameraman John Aitchison reveals how to film a breathtaking footage of a kingfisher.
The difficulty with dinosaurs is that, for some people, they represent an inconvenient truth.
BBC cameraman John Aitchison demonstrates how to film migratory waders on coastal mudflats.
BBC cameraman John Aitchison demonstrates how to catch mushrooms growing on film.
On John's last day in gorilla country, some special guests came for an early morning snack.