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Badger Watch

on BBC One London

Live from a badger sett in the heart of the countryside, television's 'Eye in the Night' focuses on wild badgers.
With Phil Drabble, Dr Ernest Neal. Introduced by Bruce Parker.

Each night this week, for the first time on television, remotely controlled infra-red sensitive cameras that can see in the dark, give viewers a unique opportunity to observe a colony of wild badgers.

The chances of making successful sightings at night are finely balanced. With care, patience and a measure of luck, the team of naturalists hopes to see the intimate nocturnal behaviour of badgers as they emerge from their underground home.

BBC Bristol


Bruce Parker
Phil Drabble
Dr Ernest Neal
Peter Bale

BBC One London

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