A Bee C. Back to school with Jen Moore! Bees teach us so much about the world.
Jen first got into keeping bees more than 10 years ago and quickly realised: that real ecology is more complex than we can ever imagine, that everything fits together in remarkable and wonderful ways and that just keeping honeybees in hives is far from the answer. Now she talks to schools and young learners about the other 274 species of bee, about butterflies, flies and wasps, about their relationships with plants and about how we need to protect our environment in a sensitive, meaningful way. She aims to dispel myths and misunderstandings and to help nurture a new generation of active naturalists. As ever, check out our website for pictures: www.livingbeeing.com
Bees and Bears. The challenges of bee keeping and breeding in Finland.
Mead magic. Chris is our guide on the mystical journey of this truly ancient, medicinal drink.
“Honeybee’s” Journey. How bees inspired Rikk Smith to make a beautiful instrument
Bee medicine. Stefan Stangaciu talks to LB about Apitherapy and its role in a new pandemic world
Bee Beats. Bioni Samp on his amazing music inspired by the bees.
Frontline Defence. James Fearnley of BeeVital explains the huge health benefits of propolis.
King Solomon. Gladstone Solomon, a bee farmer on the island of Tobago, tells us about his fascinating beekeeping career.
The Beekeepers. Chris comes to see Patrick’s hives on James’ land. Bees living in conventional hives, russian hives, and their natural home: a log.
Uninvited Guests 2. More from Sam Day. Some of the solutions that might slow the spread of the Asian Hornet.
Uninvited Guests. Sam Day returns from Jersey where she’s been helping to track and research the Asian Hornet.
Gentle Giants. Living Beeing talks to Nikki Gammans of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust about her work protecting bumblebees.
The Drone Whisperer. Stephen Fleming guides us up the zig-zag path to find where the boy honeybees hang out.
Confessions of a beekeeper. David Charles on a lifetime of keeping bees.
A sting in the tale. Dr Gerry Brierley tells Chris and Patrick about her long-term enthusiasm for Apitherapy
Buzz world. Living Beeing talks to Nicola Bradbear from Bees for Development.
Man and bee. A heartfelt chat with bee scientist Norman Carreck about the wonderful resilience of bees - and other stories
Soap box. Dr Sara Robb talks to us about cosmetic science, potions made from bee products and mystical recipes.
Good vibrations. Martin Bencsik is discovering more about how bees on the comb communicate.
Nectarholics. How to identify plants that will do well for bees.. Verity talks to Brigit Strawbridge.
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