Thursday, 10 October 2013

Today Ilkley, tomorrow the world!

or more accurately, yesterday Ilkley, on Sunday North Yorkshire.

Yesterday evening I gave a talk "Metal munching earthworms - Evolution in action" at the Wharfdale Naturalists Society who meet in Ilkley. A great night, good crowd, interesting questions. The highlight of my evening was when a young boy asked me for my autograph!

Then today I've just finished recording a short interview with BBC Radio York's Paul Hudson. it will be broadcast this Sunday at 1200 and will be part of a programme on climate change. We were chatting about the palaeoclimate work we're doing with earthworm poo (see previous blog).
The glamorous location of BBC Radio York

The recoding studio with BBC Radio York's own Paul Hudson

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