Kate Humble: In Conversation
with BBC Radio Wales
|Thursday 26 July|
|6pm, Glyndŵr University, Wrexham|
|The Animal World|
|Audience Guide: 14+|
|Free event - Book Tickets|
Join us for this special event that sees writer and presenter Kate Humble in conversation with BBC Radio Wales’ science presenter Adam Walton.
Best known for the phenomenally successful Springwatch and Autumnwatch, Kate has fronted a whole host of programmes on wildlife and the natural world, including Animal Park, Tomorrow’s World, and The Frankincense Trail. She has travelled extensively, and has written for a number of publications including The Telegraph, The Times, The Independent, Travel Africa and Wanderlust.
Kate is soon to return to our screens at the start of July in BBC Two’s Volcano Live, broadcasting live from Kilauea volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island.
She is a qualified commercial diver and is the second woman ever to be appointed President of the RSPB. She lives on a smallholding in Monmouthshire with her husband Ludo, her dog Badger, a hive of bees and various other hoofed, furred and feathered livestock.
This event will be recorded for broadcast on BBC Radio Wales’ Science Café programme.