1. Wildlife Disease and Biodiversity - Becki Lawson

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    Becki Lawson from the Zoological Society of London is part of a team that investigates the health of native wildlife species. Here Becki discusses recent emerging diseases of British garden birds that have prompted concern and generated media interest, as well as her work investigating the health of wildlife in the UK.

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    • Endangered Britain - The Red Squirrel

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      A short video looking into the reasons why the Red Squirrel is endangered in Britain but not in the rest of Europe. Credits: Camera Operator/Editor/Voice Over: Leanne Gater Music: "Follow You Home" by Sophie Mapplebeck Location: Formby Red Squirrel Reserve, Merseyside

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      • Iolo Dros y Ffin

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        Host Iolo Williams travels to beautiful locations in England. In the Lake District he walks through great landscapes like Borrowdale and discovers ancient woodlands, a Stone Age circle, red deer and ravens nesting on the high peaks. He travels from the Mendip Hills across the Somerset Levels to the Quantock Hills. He sees rutting roe deer, bitterns on wetlands below Glastonbury Hill and finds cranes living on England’s largest wet meadow. He explores the Peak District – the expansive wild landscape between Manchester and Sheffield where he sees red grouse, mountain hares and dippers nesting above a beautiful river in the Derbyshire Dales. He follows the South Downs Way through Sussex to the white cliffs at Beachy Head. On his way he visits an ancient yew woodland and rare birds and butterflies. He travels through Northumberland to the Farne Islands where he discovers red squirrels living in one of the few locations in Britain where they survive in their natural habitat – an oak woodland. He explores the Norfolk Broads – Britain’s richest wetlands to see swallowtail butterflies and Chinese water deer.

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        • Iolo's Great Welsh Parks Series 2

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          In this second series of Iolo’s Great Welsh Parks, presenter and naturalist Iolo Williams explores urban parks in Wales for wildlife with the help of local people. visit http://www.aden.co for more info

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          • Life Between the Tides

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            Life between the Tides tells the story of how the moon, a four and a half billion year old natural satellite that orbits planet Earth from 384, 000 kilometres away, defines the lives of the tiny limpets and avian predators of the seashore.

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            • Iolo's Welsh Sea

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              In a four part series for BBC Wales, host Iolo Williams goes on a sea journey of Wales to meet people who work on the sea and those who have a passion for the sea. visit http://www.aden.co for more info

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              • Tir Cymru

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                Tir Cymru is a six part series celebrating the beautiful landscapes of Wales and explores why and how they look the way they do. Geology, natural forces, farming and industry have all left their mark on the landscape in Wales and ultimately have helped shape the habitats available to wildlife living in Wales. In order to tell these stories Welsh naturalist Iolo Williams has to climb mountains, abseil coastal cliffs, crawl through natural caves and underground mines, and dive under the sea. This series includes special footage of a stoat with its winter coat, a grass snake hunting in a canal, the largest spider in Britain, the fen raft spider and stunning scenes of jackdaws coming into roost in an industrial sunset. visit http://www.aden.co for more info

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                • Wild Wales

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                  Join wildlife expert Iolo Williams on a fascinating tour of the spectacular scenery and wildlife of Wales in this remarkable three-part series. visit http://www.aden.co for more info

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                  • Natur Cymru

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                    This is a visually stunning series about the wildlife of Wales presented by Welsh naturalist Iolo Williams. Shot over a year it contains landscapes and wildlife from all over the country, celebrating the variety of both that are contained in this small country. The series looks at six different habitat types including watery habitats, lowland landscapes, the rugged coastline, the wild uplands, the beautiful woodlands and those created by humans. The episodes include some special wildlife shot in equally stunning scenery including rutting wild goats, huge nests of wood ants, choughs nesting in an old mine shaft and the bizarre looking lamprey spawning in the river Wye. This is truly a celebration of Welsh wildlife in all its glory. visit http://www.aden.co for more info

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                    • Secret Life of Birds

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                      Travelling from wild coastlines to urban habitats, this fascinating natural history series explores the behaviour of birds, revealing all aspects of their lives, from surviving harsh winters and avoiding predators to living alongside us in towns and cities. Wildlife expert Iolo Williams discovers how birds have adapted to changing landscapes, studying their ability to fly and how their unique design, colour and camouflage enables them to live in many habitats, as well as uncovering their courtship and nesting rituals and finding out how and why they communicate. Offering a visual treat of stunning landscapes and captivating wildlife behaviour, The Secret Life of Birds provides perfect family entertainment educating and enthralling in equal measure.

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