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Coming up on Unsprung: Ask Iolo a question

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Gavin Boyland Gavin Boyland | 16:26 UK time, Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Hi Everyone,

The week draws on and in a blink of an eye it will be Friday again, which I'm sure you're all looking forward to with baited breath. We're busy as unusual here in Unsprung corner. There's stills lots to organise for this weeks show but I think you're really going to enjoy the results!

Iolo Williams

Iolo Williams heads out in search of fin whales for Autumnwatch this week.

So what have we got? Well, our favourite Welsh wildlife hero Iolo Williams will be joining us in the studio. Iolo is this week's guest presenter, and as I write he's off in search of fin whales, one of the most ambitious Autumnwatch shoots ever attempted. So fingers crossed you'll be seeing these glorious animals, the second largest whale on the planet, in this week's show.

It would be great to get your questions for Iolo, whether they're about his filming this week, or his other adventures. Also we'd love to get a question or two for him in Welsh, so all you Welsh speakers out there get your thinking caps on and post them below.

Keep your spider pictures coming: remember we're on the hunt for the largest house spider in the country so you absolutely must include a coin or ruler for a sense of scale. And for you arachnophobes out there, fear not, we'll be distracting you with your very own little treat.

One other thing, we noticed a lot of people were asking about ladybirds so I took all your questions and met up with one of the country's leading ladybird experts, and we'll be posting that video later in the week.

So keep your questions coming: commenting below is the best way to get them noticed; there's the photo group for all your pictures (we'll be featuring a load of these this week) and the video uploader is still live for your wildlife home movies.

Thanks to everyone who's taken part so far, we can't make the show with out you all!

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