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Wild

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Continuing the wildlife strand. Ends 6.35.
Series producer Paul Appleby ; Editor Fiona Pitcher
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Wild Britain The 60,000 Bird Show. Carl Marshall witnesses the spectacular annual migration of pink-footed geese, swans and knot in the skies over the Wash in East Anglia. Producer Jenna Hall (S) (W) Another episode of Wild Britain is on Friday at 8.20pm
5.15 Big Cat Diary 2000 Simon King and Jonathan Scott watch the big cats of Kenya's Masai Mara struggle to cope with torrential rains after months of intense heat and drought. Producers Miles Barton , Robin Hellier : Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
(S) (W)
5.45 Natural World Bower Birds -the Art of Seduction. David
Attenborough travels to the remote highlands of New Guinea and the tropical rainforests of Australia to investigate the elaborate mating rituals of bower birds.
Producer Paul Reddish : Series editor Neil Nightingale (S) (W)

Contributors

Producer: Paul Appleby
Unknown: Carl Marshall
Unknown: Jonathan Scott
Producers: Miles Barton
Producers: Robin Hellier
Producer: Fiona Pitcher
Producer: Paul Reddish
Editor: Neil Nightingale

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