An interview with Roberto Pedraza Ruiz who has deep roots in the ancient forests of Mexico, about why it is so important to protect this habitat.
Nina Seale interviews former Material World host Quentin Cooper, whose background includes both science and journalism, to find out how these problems in communication should best be tackled.
Nina Seale interviews Packham about his views on pandas, the badger cull and his aspirations for conservation.
Slowly a wrinkled, slimy creature began to unfold itself from its spiral home, gradually morphing into a familiar shape as its delicate eye stalks extended towards me and it slides forward, leaving a shining trail behind.
A little disclaimer… Every answer he gave made me profoundly jealous of the creatures he has met, the encounters he’s had and the life he’s living.
Nina Seale interviews Dr Richard Milne, beloved lecturer at the University of Edinburgh and plant biologist. Where have you done your most interesting research? North-east Turkey, in the Artvin area totally off the tourist trail. I was out there briefly in 1994 for my PhD, collecting material of rhododendrons, and became interested in how the …