Series 2: Episode 1 - Dr Mya-Rose Craig, Poppy Rummery
In the first episode of series two, our new host - ornithologist and BBC Countryfile’s Hamza Yassin - talks to series one’s presenter, environmental campaigner Dr Mya-Rose Craig, about their shared love of birds.
The appearance of a rare black browed albatross this year was one of the hot birding stories of the summer. Hamza speaks to RSPB Bempton Cliffs Visitor Experience Assistant Poppy Rummery to shed some light on why it's here and discuss the impact this unusual visitor has had on the reserve.
Host: Hamza Yassin
Guests: Mya-Rose Craig, Poppy Rummery
Producer: Jo Barratt
Executive Producers: Jane Gerber & Katie Derham
Production Co-ordinator: Louis Facey
Social Media Assistant: Dilber Mogal
All music by Poddington Bear
Additional birdsong and nature recordings by InspectorJ, earthsounds, iainmccurdy, acclivity, inchadney under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 licence
Podcast art by Make Productions
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