Lessons from the dodo: saving species and rebuilding ecosystems
Carl Jones has saved more species from extinction than almost anyone else alive. Hear him explain the remarkable stories of how the Mauritius kestrel, the pink pigeon and the echo parakeet have been rescued – and how ground-breaking work with giant tortoises is now restoring near-extinct habitats too.
Travel to Anegada Island in the British Virgin Islands and learn from local conservationists and schoolchildren how an ambitious programme for safeguarding hatchlings from feral cats is bringing a lizard found nowhere else on Earth back from the brink. Screening from Wednesday 31 March.
We visit three of Europe's newest and largest habitat restoration schemes with the Endangered Landscape Programme, and find out their plans for restoring biodiversity and the benefits it brings to people in some of the most exciting conservation programmes on the continent. Screening from Saturday 3 April.
Stuck on a Rock tells the important story of one of Australia’s greatest conservation blunders and victories side-by-side, as well as the human story that is so inseparably tied to it. Screening on Sunday 28 March.