Every person alive today is here thanks to pollinators – bees, wasps, butterflies, beetles and more. They are vital to all life on our planet but their habitats aren’t always protected. Anton investigates the pollinators found in Guernsey and the Pollinator Project – a local initiative to help protect and raise awareness of their importance. I then tell of a traumatic event that happened to me several nights ago and the effect it had on my body!
22: 🎃We make Corpse Medicine
21: 🎨 Colours and pigments (and we’re one year old!)
20: 🏴☠️ Talk like a pirate monk necromancer!
19: 👵 The oldest woman in the world and frozen dogs
18: 🍃 A load of hot air
🎂 Birthday Announcement!
17: 💣 Fortress Guernsey - the invasion and occupation
15: 📚 Guernsey Literary Festival WriteStuff winners and Vulture poo!
14: 🦀 Rock pool life and back to the Spice Islands
13: 🐰 Easter traditions, unlucky 13 and a special guest
12: 🦠 Let’s soap that Corona
11: 🕰 The time travelling Mayan journal and 11 missing days
10: 🏰 The Lionheart’s castle and talk like an Egyptian
9: 🍫 The great taste of chocolate
8: 🔬 Marvellous microscopes, odd future predictions and our person of the year!
7: 🎅 Christmas Special! Anton looks at odd traditions and I explore the darker side...
6: 💂 The War of 1812 and a Stone Age Quiz
5: 🍌 Cannibalistic bananas and Sir Isaac Brock Part 1
4: 👃 What do you 'nose' about vaccines and eating bogies?
Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities
Stuff You Missed in History Class