Chris’s diverse TV career includes such popular BBC series as Spingwatch and Autumnwatch, Chris Packham: Forever Punk, Blue Planet Live, Asperger’s and Me … and many more.
Chris’s BAFTA Television lecture held at the Barbican. Includes a Q&A giving more detail about his ideas for change.
Chris delivered this video message about the television industry’s role in climate change. It was filmed on location in Tanzania.
Chris called on the television industry to reduce its environmental impact and help highlight the problems we face.
The response has been both phenomenal and overwhelming. I wish I had time to answer every tweet and posting but it’s Autumnwatch season so please accept this message as that personal reply.
Chris reveals what it’s like to experience the world in a very different way, with heightened senses that at times are overwhelming. BBC Two, 17th October, 9.00pm.
A two-hour global wildlife extravaganza where you can witness the earth’s greatest wildlife, shot by the greatest wildlife cinematographers. Sunday 23rd July on the National Geographic Channel. Originally screened in the US.
Neil Oliver, Andy Torbet and Dr Shini Somara join Chris and hundreds of archaeologists who’ve gathered to investigate at one of Europe’s biggest digs.
A remarkable experiment to determine the effect music has on animals, culminating in a concert orchestrated by acclaimed composer Nitin Sawhney. Sky Arts 6 Dec 9pm