Nature documentaries and like-minded programs continue to fascinate the general public, and the demand for such material would seem to be almost infinite. While some may be most familiar with those shows that appear on television, there are a number of radio-based programs that are worth considering. One such program is the BBC Radio 4's own "The Living World", hosted by Lionel Kelleway. Described as a "gentle weekend natural history programme", this 25-minute show takes an inquisitive look into the world of British wildlife through interviews with experts and field excursions. Browsing through some of their recent programs, visitors will learn about the hares of Derbyshire, the woodland moths of Devon, and some recent arrivals to the London area, such as the Chinese Mitten Crab.


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