Two interviews I recorded last year are currently scheduled for the BBC Radio 4 series Saving Species. The programme on Tuesday 5th February will feature an interview in Iceland about arctic foxes, recorded whilst we watched a gorgeous semi-tame but wild arctic fox cub that had befriended a local dog. The following programme, and last of the current series, on Tuesday 12th February is scheduled to include a report I recorded on the Caribbean island of Antigua about an amazing natural 'biodiversity hotspot' they have recently discovered there, on an island otherwise hugely changed by human activities. As both programmes are live, schedules can always change at the last minute.
Both programmes got out at 1102hrs on the Tuesday, repeated at 2102hrs on the Thursday evening. They can also be accessed via the Saving Species website here (as can previous programmes to which I contributed).