John McCarthy explores wildlife travel with naturalist and TV presenter Mark Carwardine; writer James Parry, an expert on deserts; and wildlife photographer Andy Rouse.
John McCarthy explores wildlife travel with naturalist and tv presenter, Mark Carwardine, who has spent thirty years travelling around the world to observe and aid conservation of a huge range of species including whales, tigers, gorillas and sea birds. He is also joined by wildlife travel writer, James Parry, who has made a unique tour of the world's top twenty deserts chosen for their outstanding wildlife and landscape interest - and award-winning wildlife photographer, Andy Rouse, discusses his recent trips to Rwanda in relation to mountain gorillas, and to India to study tigers.
Producer: Margaret Collins.
- Sat 7 Apr 2012 10:00