Secret World on TV!

mich-for-websiteSecret World will again be featured on Michaela’s Road Trip, Channel 5′s popular new wildlife show. The presenter has been visiting animal centres up and down the country and in June this year spent two days at Secret World, learning more about the work that the charity performs.

One of the shows in the series has already featured Secret World, but there was so much to film that tomorrow’s show (Wednesday 19th August) will also be set here.

So that’s 6pm, Wednesday 19th August, but if you do miss it, you can watch it afterwards online at the Channel 5 website.


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Secret World to be on BBC Points West tonight!

Secret World will be featured on BBC ONE Points West tonight at 6.30pm, in a story highlighting a number of animal cruelty cases. Don’t miss it!


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Secret World is going to be on Country File… and I met John Craven!

John Craven and his team filming a report for Country File at Secret World

John Craven and his team filming a report for Country File at Secret World

Don’t miss Country File this Sunday evening (14th June) on BBC ONE at 7pm, as Secret World will be on there. They are broadcasting a┬áreport on the proposed cull of badgers as a (misguided) attempt to combat bovine tuberculosis, and as Secret World Charity Founder Pauline Kidner has been at the forefront of the campaign agaisnt this, they came down to film her comments.

Don’t miss it!

Jamie


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Secret World on Springwatch!

Don’t miss Secret World being featured on Springwatch! The team were down recently filming some of the cubs that we have been rearing, and we think the feature will be broadcast on tonight show, at 8pm on BBC2.


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Pauline’s Blog – May 9th to 19th….

Derek, relaxing in the Cubby Hole

Derek, relaxing in the Cubby Hole

May 9th

Debbie must have been up really early to get the animals ready and to go to Southampton for me. At least the weather is fine and they should have a lovely day at the centre. The Scholling Valley Centre is a small oasis of wildlife in Southampton and if it were not for the very dedicated volunteers who have worked hard to keep the area, it would probably have been swallowed up for development. It just shows how a few people can make a difference.

Derek the fawn is doing well and I feel much more positive about his progress. The day goes quickly with guests invited to attract corporate funding arriving for a look around and cream teas.

Noisey Teresa from Derbyshire called in with a cub that she has reared. It had found with horrendous head injuries and other bite wounds. He’s a fine little chap now and looks really good. She also brings a cub that has been found in South Derbyshire but both have had their first blood tests so are able to join a group straight away. Continue reading Pauline’s Blog – May 9th to 19th….


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