Host Lisa Marley talks to Dominic Dyer, author of 'Badgered to Death: The People and Politics of the Badger Cull', about badger persecution in the UK. For decades the debate around the cull has continued in England, meanwhile badgers have remained targets for illegal killings around the country.
ABOUT THE SHOW
Crimes Against Nature is a true crime nature podcast shedding light on wildlife crime around the world.
The podcast will speak to special guests about incidents of illegal activity impacting nature, trying to raise awareness of their causes and bring attention to what can be done.
The series will start out with stories from the UK, where the podcast is based and where wildlife crime is often overlooked.
Together we CAN beat wildlife crime.
CREATOR & HOST
Scottish documentary self-shooter turned podcaster, Lisa's studies in documentary and anthropology led her to be drawn to conservation conflict stories. Impatient to tell all the stories she wanted to tell through filmmaking, she decided to start Crimes Against Nature to highlight wildlife crime stories from around the world and the amazing work being done to tackle it.
The podcast's original music is by Henry Mitton, who also created the music for Lisa's previous films - Red Sky on the Black Isle and Project Wolf. As a multi-instrumentalist, conductor, orchestrator and all-round music man, he has scored the soundtracks for numerous short films and documentaries. His music has been featured on CBC (Canada) and nominated for an RTS West of England Award. He also has the uncanny ability to understand Lisa's emails.