Pine martens: good or bad for the countryside? by Ben O’Rourke “If I were going to choose somewhere to radio track pine martens, I wouldn’t have chosen this,” says Craig Shuttleworth, who’s researching pine martens for Bangor University. “This terrain is a nightmare. The animal can go underground. Sometimes I come in and it takes me ages and I could have found […]

Dark Scottish buck stalking Home counties deer manager Paul Childerley is on his first roestalking trip north of the Border. He is in Aberdeenshire with Sergio Couto of SerCout Wild Harvest, looking for bucks. Not much deerstalking last year means they are thick on the ground. Find out how they get on.   This item is sponsored by […]

Hunting ban stories Tony Blair brought in his restrictions on hunting with dogs in 2004. In the years since then, hunting has never been so popular. However, Blair’s law – dreamed up by animal rights activists – never worked, either for wildlife, for the hunting community, or even for those animal rights activists, who are campaigning to […]

English Open Sporting Championships 2021 – Claysports, episode 18 Claysports TV is back. We report from the first major championship of 2021, the CPSA English Open Sporting at Barbury, where Richard Faulds fights in horrendous conditions for a title he hasn’t held for 13 years. It’s a thrilling head-to-head battle with Richard Bunning. Here are the links to the event, day by day:


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