Adrian Cale’s new release, “The Book of Being Chimp”, is a warm, witty and informative look at the wonderful but challenging world of being a chimpanzee. Learn all about the contrasting lives of chimps in the wild and those being rehabilitated at rescue centres in this step-by-step guide to chimpanzee life.

Roger Tabor celebrates the 40th anniversary of his trailblazing book The Wildlife of the Domestic Cat. Published by Arrow, the book is seminal for TNR and understanding feral cats. This, Roger’s award-winning first cat book was recognised by Britain’s leading cat charity, Cat’s Protection as “the standard work on the feral cat“.

Many congratulations to Megan McCubbin on the launch of her new book, “An Atlas of Endangered Species”, on 11th May 2023.

Megan reveals the stories of the scientists, rangers and conservationists who are fighting to save these extraordinary creatures from extinction.

We are delighted to announce that John Suchet has been awarded an OBE in the King’s 2023 New Year’s Honours list for services to journalism and charity.

“Nothing can prepare you for a day that will stay in your memory for ever. I am so thrilled to have had my career honoured in this way,” John Suchet.

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.

We are delighted to announce that Channel 5’s “Wild Animal Rescue” won Best Feature at the RTS Yorkshire Awards on Friday. In the series Bill Oddie, Lindsey Chapman, Steve Backshall and Miranda Krestovnikoff looked at the work of people determined to do the right thing by Britain’s wildlife.

Many congratulations to Iolo who received the Onscreen Talent award for his work on The Watches, BBC Studios Natural History Unit. So very well deserved! Iolo expressed a huge thank you to the Royal Television Society saying that it was “a big honour”.

The latest in his collection of great music masters, Tchaikovsky – a tortured genius burdened by the weight of his private desires. A complex character who took his rightful place among the world’s greatest composers.

According to audience figures released today, John Suchet’s weekday morning show continues to be the most popular on Classic FM with 2.8 million listeners every week – an increase of over 130,000 listeners compared to the previous three months.