Wildlife cameraman Richard Taylor-Jones reveals the unlikely animals living in Dover and the Bluewater shopping centre. Natalie Graham tracks down nocturnal creatures in Brighton.
Wildlife cameraman Richard Taylor-Jones takes us on a surprising journey through the streets of Dover and to Bluewater shopping centre, discovering the remarkable animals hidden in the most unlikely places; while Natalie Graham finds there's another side to Brighton's clubland as she tracks down the creatures of the night.
Summer of Wildlife
The Urban Jungle is part of the BBC's Summer of Wildlife which celebrates our fascinating wild neighbours.
Find out more about the UK's unique and extraordinary wildlife on the Summer of Wildlife website at bbc.co.uk/summerofwildlife
Caddisflies' summer spectacle
Richard Taylor-Jones witnesses the caddisflies' summer mating spectacle on the River Dour in Dover.
Tens of thousands of flies take off from the river with the sole purpose of mating as quickly as possible.
The flies in their adult phase may only be alive for a few hours but the ensuing spectacle of them flying up and down to attract a mate is a thrilling visual experience.
Watch the video feature on the BBC News website.
Peregrine falcons at Bluewater
Two nesting peregrine falcons have made their home in the chalk cliffs surrounding the Bluewater shopping centre.
The centre, near Greenhithe in Kent, is built in an old quarry, providing a sheltered spot for the birds.
Watch a video feature from the programme on the BBC News website.
|Executive Producer||Linda Bell|