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Britain’s national bird and urban pollinators

20th November 2014

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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BBC Wildlife Magazine - December 2011

1st December 2011

Mark Carwardine, co-presenter (with Stephen Fry) of the hit BBC series Last Chance to See, joins BBC Wildlife environment editor James Fair to talk about his all-time favourite wildlife destinations.

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BBC Wildlife Magazine - November 2011

31st October 2011

Fresh from the Arctic, Frozen Planet assistant producer Jeff Wilson joins the BBC Wildlife team to talk about his filming highlights while on location for the epic TV series.

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BBC Wildlife Magazine - October 2011

30th September 2011

Goodie news: Bill Oddie joins the BBC Wildlife team this month for a world-first - the Bloddiecast. Or should that be Blodcast? Or Oddcast? Whatever it is, it's a lot of fun.

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BBC Wildlife Magazine - Autumn 2011

26th August 2011

Environment editor James Fair and features editor Ben Hoare examine two ways in which it is proposed to tackle bovine tuberculosis (bTB) in badgers - culling and vaccination - and what impact either of these may have on reducing the disease in cattle.

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BBC Wildlife Magazine - July 2011

8th July 2011

This month, environment editor James Fair is joined by Philippa Brakes of the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society to discuss how scientists are increasingly understanding how cetaceans such as humpback and sperm whales possess what we thought was almost the preserve of humans alone: culture.

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BBC Wildlife Magazine - June 2011

27th May 2011

The BBC Wildlife team are joined by bird ringer and all-round nature enthusiast Ed Drewitt to discuss the joys of spotting interesting wildlife on your way to and from work and how Chris Packham answered your questions in our June issue. Plus an interview with Britain's Secret Seas presenter Paul Rose about an unusual marine mystery.

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