Friday, 30 October 2015

Sacking Packham

In response to Chris Packham's recent article in BBC Wildlife Magazine asking 'Why isn't more wildlife art controversial ?'. I couldn't agree with that less. Everywhere I look in popular art and music culture there is reference to wildlife and animals, often controversial.  Maybe BBC Wildlife could be working closer with BBC Comedy in the campaign to engage younger generations and wider audiences with wildlife/ nature conservation?

Here's more BBC brilliance: Controversial Nature

How about a reality TV show.. 'Sacking Packham'.  That would get an audience!

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