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> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-02-10 21:00:00
A Local Patch. 2/2: Paul Evans explores the value of getting to know your 'local patch' and the personal benefits to be gained from connecting with a landscape.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-02-09 11:00:00
A Local Patch. 2/2: Paul Evans explores the value of getting to know your 'local patch' and the personal benefits to be gained from connecting with a landscape.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-02-03 21:00:00
A Local Patch: Wildlife cameraman John Aitchison, artist and writer Jessica Holm and sound recordist Chris Watson share their experiences of their local patch.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-02-02 11:00:00
A Local Patch: Wildlife cameraman John Aitchison, artist and writer Jessica Holm and sound recordist Chris Watson share their experiences of their local patch.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-01-27 21:00:00
Shingle Street: An unusual sound portrait written and narrated by Paul Evans about the watchers and the watched on the shingle spit of Dungeness.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-01-26 11:00:00
Shingle Street: An unusual sound portrait written and narrated by Paul Evans about the watchers and the watched on the shingle spit of Dungeness.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-01-20 21:00:00
Paul Evans visits the winter conference of the Wildlife Gardening Forum to find out if gardening for wildlife has any real benefits on a countrywide scale.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-01-19 11:00:00
Paul Evans visits the winter conference of the Wildlife Gardening Forum to find out if gardening for wildlife has any real benefits on a countrywide scale.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-01-13 21:00:00
Paul Evans visits the Juan Fernandez Islands in search of its firecrown hummingbird, and also discovers that introduced plants are causing severe problems.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-01-12 11:00:00
Paul Evans visits the Juan Fernandez Islands in search of its firecrown hummingbird, and also discovers that introduced plants are causing severe problems.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-01-06 21:00:00
Brett Westwood joins botanist Tim Rich from the National Museum of Wales to look for the whitebeam trees, which are found nowhere else in the world.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-01-05 11:00:00
Brett Westwood joins botanist Tim Rich from the National Museum of Wales to look for the whitebeam trees, which are found nowhere else in the world.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-10-14 21:00:00
Migrating Stones: Poet Alyson Hallett travels to Australia, in an extraordinary project that explores the migration habits of stones.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-10-14 20:00:00
Migrating Stones: Poet Alyson Hallett travels to Australia, in an extraordinary project that explores the migration habits of stones.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-10-13 10:00:00
Migrating Stones: Poet Alyson Hallett travels to Australia, in an extraordinary project that explores the migration habits of stones.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-10-07 21:00:00
Insect Soundings: Tunnel-boring larvae, feet-stomping termites, head-banging beetles and a whole choir of tuneful songsters join Paul Evans in this unusual sound safari.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-10-07 20:00:00
Insect Soundings: Tunnel-boring larvae, feet-stomping termites, head-banging beetles and a whole choir of tuneful songsters join Paul Evans in this unusual sound safari.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-10-06 10:00:00
Insect Soundings: Tunnel-boring larvae, feet-stomping termites, head-banging beetles and a whole choir of tuneful songsters join Paul Evans in this unusual sound safari.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-09-30 21:00:00
In Search of Jenny: Karen Partridge goes in search of the evidence that a young gorilla may have been living anonymously in England as early as 1855.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-09-30 20:00:00
In Search of Jenny: Karen Partridge goes in search of the evidence that a young gorilla may have been living anonymously in England as early as 1855.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-09-29 10:00:00
In Search of Jenny: Karen Partridge goes in search of the evidence that a young gorilla may have been living anonymously in England as early as 1855.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-09-23 21:00:00
Brett Westwood visits the Calf of Man, a rugged island to the south of the Isle of Man, to meet a particularly enigmatic seabird which is yet to breed on the island.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-09-23 20:00:00
Brett Westwood visits the Calf of Man, a rugged island to the south of the Isle of Man, to meet a particularly enigmatic seabird which is yet to breed on the island.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-09-22 10:00:00
Brett Westwood visits the Calf of Man, a rugged island to the south of the Isle of Man, to meet a particularly enigmatic seabird which is yet to breed on the island.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-09-16 21:00:00
Mud, Birds and Tides - The Severn Estuary: Chris Sperring discovers that the Severn Estuary is a vital nursery ground for some of our most commonly-eaten marine fish.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-09-16 20:00:00
Mud, Birds and Tides - The Severn Estuary: Chris Sperring discovers that the Severn Estuary is a vital nursery ground for some of our most commonly-eaten marine fish.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-09-09 21:00:00
As the Isle of Man considers designating an area of their coastline as a marine nature reserve, Brett Westwood asks how feasible it is to set up a conservation area in the sea.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-09-09 20:00:00
As the Isle of Man considers designating an area of their coastline as a marine nature reserve, Brett Westwood asks how feasible it is to set up a conservation area in the sea.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-09-08 10:00:00
As the Isle of Man considers designating an area of their coastline as a marine nature reserve, Brett Westwood asks how feasible it is to set up a conservation area in the sea.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-09-02 21:00:00
Tessa McGregor explores the Sea of Cortez, a whale and dolphin hotspot off the coast of Mexico where the widest variety of cetaceans on earth can be found in one place.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-09-02 20:00:00
Tessa McGregor explores the Sea of Cortez, a whale and dolphin hotspot off the coast of Mexico where the widest variety of cetaceans on earth can be found in one place.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-09-01 10:00:00
Tessa McGregor explores the Sea of Cortez, a whale and dolphin hotspot off the coast of Mexico where the widest variety of cetaceans on earth can be found in one place.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-08-26 21:00:00
Brett Westwood investigates the potential for restoring large areas of heathland that could be unlocked by the thinning of Forestry Commission woodlands.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-08-26 20:00:00
Brett Westwood investigates the potential for restoring large areas of heathland that could be unlocked by the thinning of Forestry Commission woodlands.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-08-25 10:00:00
Brett Westwood investigates the potential for restoring large areas of heathland that could be unlocked by the thinning of Forestry Commission woodlands.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-08-19 21:00:00
Brett Westwood encounters the large blue butterfly on the Somerset Downs, which was reintroduced 25 years ago after being declared extinct in 1979.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-08-19 20:00:00
Brett Westwood encounters the large blue butterfly on the Somerset Downs, which was reintroduced 25 years ago after being declared extinct in 1979.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-08-18 10:00:00
Brett Westwood encounters the large blue butterfly on the Somerset Downs, which was reintroduced 25 years ago after being declared extinct in 1979.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-06-10 21:00:00
Pollination: Paul Evans asks if enough is being done to conserve honeybees, their habitats and the flowers which provide them with pollen and nectar.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-06-10 20:00:00
Pollination: Paul Evans asks if enough is being done to conserve honeybees, their habitats and the flowers which provide them with pollen and nectar.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-06-09 10:00:00
Pollination: Paul Evans asks if enough is being done to conserve honeybees, their habitats and the flowers which provide them with pollen and nectar.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-06-03 21:00:00
Seabirds - Canaries on the Cliffs: Chris Sperring explores declining seabird numbers and asks if it represents a crisis or just a blip.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-06-02 11:00:00
Seabirds - Canaries on the Cliffs: Chris Sperring explores declining seabird numbers and asks if it represents a crisis or just a blip.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-04-29 21:00:00
Access for All?: Paul Evans visits Dorset to find out why heathland birds don't welcome hordes of visitors. Whether people come on foot or bikes, they all have an impact.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-04-29 20:00:00
Access for All?: Paul Evans visits Dorset to find out why heathland birds don't welcome hordes of visitors. Whether people come on foot or bikes, they all have an impact.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-04-28 10:00:00
Access for All?: Paul Evans visits Dorset to find out why heathland birds don't welcome hordes of visitors. Whether people come on foot or bikes, they all have an impact.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-04-22 21:00:00
The Vogelkop Bowerbird: Wildlife film director Stephen Lyle is joined by cameraman Barrie Britton to recall the courtship performance of the male vogelkop bowerbird.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-04-22 20:00:00
The Vogelkop Bowerbird: Wildlife film director Stephen Lyle is joined by cameraman Barrie Britton to recall the courtship performance of the male vogelkop bowerbird.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-04-21 10:00:00
The Vogelkop Bowerbird: Wildlife film director Stephen Lyle is joined by cameraman Barrie Britton to recall the courtship performance of the male vogelkop bowerbird.

> Nature on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-02-09 12:00:00
Diary from a Strange Country: Paul Evans gives a personal account of a remarkable year through his country diaries.

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