Brett Westwood investigates the biology and culture of the fox, a creature long believed to be the devil in disguise.
Brett Westwood investigates the biology and culture of the Fox - a creature long believed to be the devil in disguise. With poetry by Ted Hughes and Simon Armitage, the rollocking medieval bestseller Reynard the Fox, a fox seduction in an abandoned ruin, and a stakeout in a Bristol back garden with urban fox expert Professor Stephen Harris.
Producer: Melvin Rickarby.
He is also a lecturer at the University of Bristol and author of Cathedral: the great English cathedrals and the world that made them; The Secret Language of Sacred Spaces and the Shire book of Medieval Church Architecture. He also presented the BBC documentary, How to Build a Cathedral.
Her work has also appeared in History Today magazine and she is the director of the British Animal Studies Network.
She runs the Wildlife Daily blog and is the author of Foxes Unearthed, which received the Society of Authors' Roger Deakin Award.