BBC man to talk on wildlife

PUBLISHED: 13:03 26 October 2006 | UPDATED: 14:52 12 May 2010

BBC cameraman Simon Bell is to give a talk on his work to members of the Royston Wildlife Group. Mr Bell, who is with the BBC natural history unit, will be talking about the recent British Wildlife series and his work on a programme about North American b

BBC cameraman Simon Bell is to give a talk on his work to members of the Royston Wildlife Group.

Mr Bell, who is with the BBC natural history unit, will be talking about the recent British Wildlife series and his work on a programme about North American bears.

Members will be told, too, about his involvement in a new series, Nature of Britain, which will be presented by Alan Titchmarsh.

The new series includes footage of hares filmed near Royston and Mr Bell is hoping to give members a "sneak" preview of his work.

The talk will be given at Royston Town Hall on Tuesday at 7.30pm and entry for non-members is £2.50.


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