With this Kikkerland radio you can listen to Terry Wogan or The Archers wherever you are.
There’s no need for batteries or an extra long extension cord, because this little green machine is solar powered. A full solar charge gives you seven hours of AM/FM broadcasts, but if the British summer Sun is hidden behind rain clouds, then one minute of winding will provide 30 minutes of sound.
A hundred years after Sir Peter Scott’s birth, this Archive on 4 special recalls his life and legacy. Fellow birdwatcher Frank Gardner finds out what conservation work continues at the Severn Wildfowl Trust.
Scott was the only child of Captain Scott of the Antarctic, and grew up to be a champion ice skater and glider pilot, painter and scientist. His long broadcasting career spanned radio and television, and David Attenborough called him ‘the patron saint of conservation’.