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James Brickell
Make wildlife films; Undiscovered Worlds, PlanetEarth2, Deadly60, Great Barrier Reef, Love Rugby
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James Brickell 16h
Replying to @rocknrolga
This is what my son has asked for this morning.
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Kate Raworth Nov 17
The moral window of what's thinkable, what's acceptable, what's demandable is shifting - in large part thanks to
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Richard Wigglesworth Nov 17
So we are voting for Hask to do every trial right?!
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James Brickell Nov 16
Replying to @AndrewGilruth
Another nuanced issue many hunters/fishermen understand and love nature (more than I do) and their activities benefit wildlife. And of course plenty that is done in the name of hunting impacts negatively. If we consider animal rights we can't pick and choose when we apply it.
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James Brickell Nov 15
Replying to @AndrewGilruth
As always -the truth is nuanced though, Eagles aren't in great place, Harriers also . There is still stuff to be hopefully about - as you say - and equally, polarised conflict doesn't help . A pint and a conversation in a pub better than Twitter shouting.
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James Brickell Nov 15
There is an unquestioning acceptance that a 'growing economy' is good or 'more roads' are good. It's all from a narrow perspective - would be great if the BBC were the first to start seeing the bigger picture.
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James Brickell Nov 14
I guess I’m fortunate to travel a lot and lucky to see what’s happening. Or unlucky depending on your perspective. It’s quite depressing really. But you’ve got to have hope.
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fresh-range Nov 14
"How can meat be part of the solution?" 's Tim Martin explains why we need wildlife-friendly meat
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Helena Horton Nov 13
If you want more Premium stuff from me - earlier this year Steve Bird and I unmasked one of Britain's most prolific trophy hunters
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James Brickell Nov 13
I can tell you what my colleagues and I see is that- so far-most of the predictions we’ve seen have been underestimated. Change seems to be speeding up . Which isn’t good. Obviously.
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Bristol Live Nov 13
In just 30 years a number of towns and village near to Bristol could be lost forever, if experts' predictions are correct.
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James Brickell Nov 13
Bristol airport expansion = global climate change = bad things. This isn’t good for anyone unless you are a shareholder in a car park nearby. .
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James Brickell Nov 12
Replying to @willpsaunders
How long have you got?! " Life is about good stories and the ability to tell them"
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Chris Packham Nov 12
Hello journalists from and etc far be it for me to give you advice . . . but because I’m fed up with you helping to spread lies can I give you something to think about ?
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James Brickell Nov 11
Replying to @willpsaunders
English didn't really inspire me at all at School- it was all boring theory and I wasn't great because I couldn't spell. I never realised the importance of story telling until I got to a rugby club! I have now written scripts for David Attenborough.
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James Brickell Nov 11
Replying to @owseds9
v g. Foiled by tech . Sounds like my life. At least you didn't do an 'Ed balls'
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James Brickell Nov 11
Replying to @owseds9
starting your xmas list ?
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James Brickell Nov 11
Replying to @_LowriMorgan
no swearing?
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James Brickell Nov 11
Great job Luke
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James Brickell Nov 10
Big thanks to ⁦⁩ for taking a fitness session with ⁦⁩ junior cats. Lots of sore bodies and happy faces. I won’t able to listen to thunder struck without having ‘burpee flashbacks’ ever again.
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