Sussex Wildlife Trust is producing podcasts on a range of wildlife topics.

To listen simply click the ‘play’ button next to the podcast link.

Long Term Water Supply

Sussex Wildlife Trust Chief Executive, Tony Whitbread, takes part in a ‘Hot Seat’ discussion about ‘Facing up to long term water supply issues in the South East’.

First broadcast on BBC Radio Sussex, 27/04/12

Mistletoe Kisses Under Threat
Jess Price, WildCall Officer, explains why we need to buy mistletoe from sustainable sources this Christmas.

First aired 16/12/11 BBC Radio Sussex

Feeding Garden Birds in Winter
Jess Price, Sussex Wildlife Trust’s WildCall Officer talks about the best way to feed & look after your garden birds this winter.

First aired 12/12/11

Petition Fish
Erin Pettifer talks about the importance of the marine environment and encourages everyone to sign Petition Fish. Sign online here:

First aired on Splash FM 30/07/11

Wildlife on the Road
Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Neil Fletcher meets BBC reporter Simon Jenkins to see what wildlife can be seen on the daily commute.

First aired 16/06/11





Greenest Government Ever?
Sussex Wildlife Trust’s CEO, Tony Whitbread, talks to BBC Radio Sussex about the Government’s record on environmental policy, changes to planning and the ‘Red Tape’ Challenge.

First aired on BBC Radio Sussex on 14/05/11

Seaside Story
Ronnie Reed, Sussex Wildlife Trust Education Officer, and the seashore story about children who live by the sea but never go there. First aired on 12/04/11 on BBC Radio Sussex

Brighton Marathon Water Station Volunteers
Elli Sanders talks to BBC Radio Sussex about organising volunteers for Sussex Wildlife Trust Water Station at this year’s Brighton Marathon. First aired 15/02/11

Springwatch Festival 2011
Catch up with the planning for this year’s Springwatch Festival in Stanmer Park, Brighton. First aired 14/02/11

New Hedgerows in the West Weald
Rich Howorth, West Weald Landscape Officer, talks to BBC Radio Sussex about a new orchard in the West Weald and takes the ‘Sussex Challenge’. First aired 26/01/11.

Meet the Youth Rangers
Neil Fletcher meets Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Youth Rangers on a conservation task as Woods Mill nature reserve.

Sussex Rivers are on the Up
Neil Fletcher talks to BBC Radio Sussex about the improving condition of rivers in Sussex. First aired 31/12/10.

Rats in the Garden

Mike Russell puts the record straight that it is rubbish and food that attracts rats not wildlife-friendly gardening.

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Youth Rangers
Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Renzo Spano and Jess Price talk to Ken Finn about the successful Youth Ranger scheme based at Stanmer Park in Brighton.

New Lease of Life for Woods Mill River
Mike Russell talks to BBC Radio Sussex about an exciting project between The Environment Agency and Sussex Wildlife Trust to restore the stream at the Trust’s Woods Mill nature reserve in Henfield, West Sussex. First aired 28/10/10.

Congregating Autumn Ladybirds
Jess Price, Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Information Officer, talks about ladybirds on Spirt FM. First aired 11/10/10

Three Rivers: River Cuckmere

Three Rivers: River Ouse

Three Rivers: River Adur

Moth Trap

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