Nottinghamshire’s breathtaking wild animals and natural habitats are the focus of a week-long live series coming to Notts TV.
Wollaton Watch, broadcast from Wollaton Hall, aims to shine a spotlight on the beauty and scientific significance of our local woodlands, parks, gardens and waterways.
The hour-long daily live programme will be on from 4pm to 5pm every afternoon from Monday, February 8 until Friday, February 12.
Part of the Nottingham Festival of Science and Curiosity, it will include activities, interviews and footage exploring the local natural world.
Hosted by Jessica Tsiquaye and Megan Shore, the programme will also be available on social media and via the festival website.
And the organisers are still keen to hear from you. Are you working hard to regenerate wildlife; whether it be community gardening or bird watching? Are you a photographer, or do you have any wildlife videos of your own? Submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Nottingham Festival of Science and Curiosity is an annual festival which is going online for 2021. It will include workshops, panel talks and online discussions around science.
Notts TV is broadcast across Nottinghamshire on Freeview channel 7 and Virgin 159.