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David Lindo talks about his poll to find Britain's national bird and Dr Katherine Baldock introduces the work of the Urban Pollinators project.
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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.
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.
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.
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