JLS (jlsjlsjls) wrote,

A treasure trove of listening

Have discovered, while poking around the BBC4 website, that back episodes of "The Living World" don't expire after seven days like most BBC radio shows. So, if you enjoy learning about animals, plants, and obsure landscapes/ecologies, go here to access dozens of fascinating shows, all recorded in the field rather than a studio (listening to one about natterjack toads right now)
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