BBC Springwatch Chris Packham And Kate Humble Interview

Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s BBC Springwatch Chris Packham And Kate Humble Interview…..

Chris Packham and Kate Humble are the Stars of ‘Springwatch’ & ‘Autumnwatch’ on the BBC.

Alex went to the set to meet the guys in front of the camera and behind the bushes in Norfolk.

Enjoy exclusive interviews with Chris, Martin Hugh Games & Kate Humble in Norfolk at BBC Springwatch 2011.

Belfield talks to the presenters, reporters and producers….

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Here’s TV Hosts Chris Packham and Kate Humble….

Martin Hughes-Games is the Springwatch reporter….

Springwatch & Autumnwatch BBC Director David Weir…..

Springwatch, Autumnwatch and Winterwatch are annual BBC television series which chart the fortunes of British wildlife during the changing of the seasons in the United Kingdom.

The programmes are broadcast live from locations around the country in a primetime evening slot on BBC Two and BBC Two HD. They require a crew of 100 and over 50 cameras, making them the BBC’s largest British outside broadcast events.

Many of the cameras are hidden and operated remotely to record natural behaviour, for example, of birds in their nests and badgers outside their set.

Springwatch begins on the Whitsun bank holiday and is broadcast four nights each week for three weeks. After the success of the first Springwatch in 2005, the BBC commissioned a one-off special, Autumnwatch, which became a full series in 2006.

The Springwatch brand has expanded to incorporate further TV spin-offs and specials, and also has a strong online presence. The BBC Springwatch website offers further video content and allows viewers and programme makers to interact through a message board, Flickr photography group, blogs and the @BBCSpringwatch and @BBCAutumnwatch Twitter accounts.

The executive producer of Springwatch and Autumnwatch is Tim Scoones and the score was composed by David Poore.

It is made by the BBC Natural History Unit, but was originally commissioned by BBC Learning with the aim of getting viewers to actively participate in wildlife conservation.

Recorded 2011 by Alex Belfield for the BBC and Celebrity Radio.