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The new BBC Programme Explorer has 12 playable programmes that match your search for "Flamingowatch".

BBC Two England

Flamingowatch

The first programme in five days of live filmingfocusingon the flamingos of the Great Rift
Valley, Kenya. Introduced by Simon King , Chris Packham and Jonathan Scott. See today's choices.
Stereo .......... ♦ SeeThis Week: page 12
BBC Two England

Flamingowatch

More live film from Kenya. With special infra-red cameras, Simon King, Chris Packham and Jonathan Scott discover the secrets of the African night, and look back on their first day among the clouds of flamingos on the soda lakes. See today's choices.
(Next programme tomorrow at 2.30pm)
BBC Two England

Flamingowatch

Continuing the live broadcasts from
Kenya. From theirtented camps along the shores of the soda lakes in the Great Rift Valley, Simon King ,
Chris Packham and Jonathan Scott set the scene fortomorrow's final reports on the flamingos. Stereo..................
BBC Two England

Flamingowatch

Live from the Great Rift Valley, Kenya, Chris Packham and Jonathan Scott continue their after-dark infra-red vigil. See today's choices.
Continues tomorrow Stereo ...............
BBC Two England

Flamingowatch

Live from Kenya, Simon Kingreviews the flamingo spectacle just before nightfall, and Jonathan Scott continues his infra-red investigations with a lakeside search for feeding hippos and prowling leopards.
BBC Two England

Flamingowatch

Further live pictures from Kenya.
Nextprogrammeat2.30pm Stereo ........
BBC Two England

Flamingowatch

The final day, live from Kenya's Great Rift Valley.
Next programme at 12.45pm
BBC Two England

Flamingowatch

The final live report from Kenya. At sunset the team return to camp to consider whether the "greatest bird spectacle in the world" has lived up to expectations. Simon King, Chris Packham and Jonathan Scott review the highlights of the day's filming and the infra-red cameras continue to record the east African night.
See today's choices.
BBC Two England

Flamingowatch

On their second day of live filming in Kenya's Great Rift Valley, Simon King and Jonathan Scott focus on the animals that share the lake shores with the flamingos. Next programme at 6.45pm Stereo ........
BBC Two England

Flamingowatch

Highlights from February's week-long series of live reports from Kenya. Every yearthe hostile environment of the remote Great Rift Valley is transformed as flamingos migrate from soda lake to lake. In equatorial sunshine and surrounded by steaming geysers, Simon King , Chris Packham and Jonathan Scott observe and try to explain one of the natural world's most spectacular sights.
Producer Sara Ford ; Executive producer
RobinHellier Stereo Subtitled ...........
BBC Two England

Flamingowatch

On day three, live from the Great
Rift Valley, Kenya, Chris Packham looks at what gives flamingos their pink plumage. See today's choices.
Next programme at 7.00pm
BBC Two England

Flamingowatch

More live film from Kenya'ssoda lakes.
Final programme at 6.10pm Stereo ................






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