Best of Natural History Radio

The BBC Natural History Unit produces a wide range of programmes that aim to immerse a listener in the wonder, surprise and importance that nature has to offer.

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Living World : My Living World : Woodcock


Hannah Stitfall and Dom Davies review ‘Woodcock’ from the Living World archive


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 2020-03-22  21m
 
 

Living World : My Living World : Winter Flies


Hannah Stitfall and Billy Clark review ‘Winter Flies’ from the Living World archive.


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 2020-03-10  21m
 
 

Living World : My Living World : The Spined Loach


Keen naturalists Hannah Stitfall and Dom Davies compare notes on Spined Loach.


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 2019-12-29  21m
 
 

Living World : My Living World : Jackdaw Roost


Hannah Stitfall and Billy Clarke discuss a winter jackdaw roost from Living World archive


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 2019-12-15  21m
 
 

Natural Histories : Aye-Aye


The Aye-Aye is one of the weirdest looking creatures on earth.


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 2019-11-29  27m
 
 

Natural Histories : Pigeon


The relationship between humans and pigeons is one of the oldest on the planet.


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 2019-11-22  27m
 
 

Natural Histories : Fern


A plant that has no flowers or scent, the Fern has drawn us into her fronds.


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 2019-11-15  27m
 
 

Natural Histories : Poppy


Natural Histories examines our fascination with the poppy.


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 2019-11-08  27m
 
 

Natural Histories : Chicken


How did we get from the red junglefowl of south-east Asia to the humble farmyard chicken?


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 2019-11-01  27m
 
 

Natural Histories : Bee


Bees have been the subject of fascination and reverence since ancient times.


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 2019-10-25  27m