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BBC Three series – around the world bears are renowned for their strength and intelligence, yet across Asia they’re being exploited for their bile and forced to live in rusty, cramped cages.
Video of broadcast will be available shortly. Chris was celebrating the publication of #SparkleJar in paperback, answering questions live from the Hawk Conservancy Trust, Hampshire.
The National Autistic Society’s 3-year ‘Too Much Information’ campaign aims to increase understanding of the skills and potential of autistic people as well as the barriers they face when looking for work.
“Since that Kestrel died I’ve counted every rainbow.” In this video interview, Chris speaks to long-time birder and podcaster Charlie Moores about his early life and memoir, ‘Fingers in the Sparkle Jar’ on Lush TV.
I’ve just met up again with the gorgeous poodle puppy I’m sponsoring for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. I’ve named him ‘Rascal’ and I’m pleased to say he’s living up to it.
Talking to Sir David Attenborough about his experience of the changing nature of conservation as part of the Wildscreen Festival 2016.
Radio 2 podcast from the Jeremy Vine Show. Chris talks of the Anthropocene and “our species’ terrifying impact on the world which will be indelible for hundreds of thousands of years.”
Chris joins Richard E. Grant in the Penguin studio to discuss his memoir, reminiscing about badger watching in bondage trousers and explains why it’s important to suck up every last drop of life.
Watch this series of short films where Chris explains what rewilding is, the need for land use to change in Britain, the benefits of rewilding and how to make a difference.