Most recently presenting Big Cat Diary, you may recognise Simon from BBC’s Springwatch and Autumnwatch which he presented alongside Bill Oddie and later with Chris Packham. Simon has travelled to every continent and lived in extreme conditions from the remote desert to the Arctic and Antarctic wilderness.
With two degree’s, one in Ecology and one in Botany and a life-long passion for Natural History, Mike is a regular face on “The One Show” on BBC1 and also the co-presenter on “Nature’s Top 40” on BBC2.
Jonathan Scott is a Kenyan based zoologist, presenter, photographer and illustrator he is probably best known to the UK audiences for his appearance on such shows as “Big Cat Diary”, ”Big Cat Week” and “Elephant Diaries” to name but a few. His most recent appearance on our screens was as a presenter of the two part BB2 series “The Truth about Lions”.
To encounter and engage with the diversity and splendour of the natural world has been a constant focus of Nick’ Bakers life from his earliest years.
As a native Devonian, Johnny Kingdom has for the last seven years been making television series and documentaries about Exmoor and Somerset life. Johnny provides a fresh touch to english wildlife programming. A natural communicator.
Bill Oddie is one of the most well-known and multi-talented show-biz personalities ever produced by this country. His popularity continues to increase with every television series, radio broadcast, book, stage and public appearance. There are not enough “Bills” to go round and his unique appeal makes him constantly in high demand.
Matthew has been working in the wildlife film industry 10 years. Starting his career in the edit suite cutting sequences for programmes like Tiger – Spy in the Jungle and Swarm but then moving into producing, working firstly on the ground-breaking 6-part series for the BBC and Discovery Earthflight that explored the greatest wildlife spectacles on earth revealed through the eyes of birds.
David Lindo is The Urban Birder, bringing a fresh, urban perspective to modern birding.
Stephen Moss has had a career at the BBC spanning almost three decades mainly in the world-famous Natural History Unit in Bristol. One of Britain’s leading nature writers, broadcasters and wildlife television producers. He has travelled to all seven of the world’s continents in search of wildlife. From killer Whales in Patagonia to Elephants in the Okavango, and from the freezing wastes of Antarctica to the heat of the African plains.
Dr Rob Lambert is a multi-disciplinary academic at the University of Nottingham, working in environmental history and tourism & the environment
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