Nature on One: Irelands Wild People

Nature on One: Irelands Wild People

Sundays at 7.30pm on RTÉ Radio 1

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Sunday 7th July

An Amphibian Love Story

Singing frogs and Nattering Toads How does one attract the opposite sex?

Sunday 30th June

Birdsong

Colin Stafford Johnson explores that wildlife sound we often take for granted – birdsong.

Sunday 23rd June

The Wild Side of Belfast

Colin Stafford Johnson heads to the bustling city of Belfast to find out what wild stories it might have to offer. The River Lagan flows right through the centre of the city. Ronald Surgenor, is a Wier operative, Department of Culture, Arts, and Leisure, and RSPB volunteer, who knows the river intimately.

Sunday 16th June

Sunday 16th June 2013

The Secret Life of Irish Caves Stafford Johnson heads underground to explore what wildlife might be found in Irish caves.

Sunday 9th June

Sunday 9th June

Whaling off Hook Head

Sunday 2nd June

Episode 5 - Pine Marten

Colin visits a small school in Co. Leitrim, in which a female pine marten chose to set up home and the pupils explain how they felt about this new addition to their school. Colin also explores the impact of this spread of the pine marten on other animals.

Sunday 26th May

Episode 4 - Species in Danger Podcast

Searching across bog in Co. Mayo, Colin Stafford Johnson sets out to record the once familiar call of this iconic bird of Irish peatlands and Ireland’s largest wader. Anita Donaghy, from Birdwatch Ireland, explains why the curlew is in decline and their ‘Cry of the Curlew’ campaign.

Sunday 19th May

Episode 3 Podcast

Colin Stafford Johnson joins grey seal expert Dr Oliver O’Cadhla on a visit to South Inishkea, off the Mullet Peninsula, home to one of Ireland’s largest grey seal breeding colonies.

Sunday 12th May

Episode 2 Podcast

Colin Stafford Johnson visits Slieve Carron Nature Reserve in the Burren, Co. Clare.

Sunday 5th May

Episode 1 Podcast

Colin Stafford Johnson spends a night on Skellig Michael, to record the wild sounds to be heard at this World Heritage Site

Nature on One - A Night on Skellig Rocks

Colin Stafford Johnson spends a night on Skellig Michael, to record the wild sounds to be heard at this World Heritage Site

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