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Chris & Megan host first ever BBC Earth Prom

The Royal Albert Hall was spellbound as Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin guided them through the breathtaking performances that were in every way spectacular – stunning audio visuals featuring the filmography of the Natural History Unit and scores performed by BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ben Palmer.

Stephen Moss

BAFTA award winning television producer who’s produced some of our most popular natural history programmes such as BBC’s Springwatch, Autumnwatch and Big Cat Diary. He’s also one of the UK’s leading nature writers.

Tom Hart Dyke

TV gardening presenter, plant hunter and horticulturalist Tom Hart Dyke shot to international prominence when he was kidnapped in the Colombian jungle on a plant hunting expedition that went dangerously wrong. He is heir to Lullingstone Castle where he created the famous World Garden.

Chris Packham’s Animal Masterminds

Animals have to be smart to survive. In Chris Packham’s new series, Animal Einsteins, he reveals the natural world’s surprising brainboxes and uncovers the clever strategies that give certain species the upper hand. In episode 1 Chris discovers various animal masterminds and explores what makes them so intelligent.

Niall Strawson

Conservationist, biologist and new TV presenter talent who has presented on BBC Springwatch, Curious Creatures and Points of View. After an accident Niall is now a permanent wheelchair user.

Richard Taylor-Jones

Richard Taylor-Jones is a wildlife TV presenter, film maker, camera man and photographer best known for his work with the BBC Springwatch team, Countryfile and Big Blue UK.

Matt Brash

Television zoo vet Matt Brash’s most popular and long running series for ITV were Zoo Vet and Zoo Vet at Large which ran for nine years and followed Matt as zoo vet at Flamingo Land in North Yorkshire.