In The Wild [Radio Ulster]

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20070421

Bees: Industrious, productive and highly organised, bees have been favourites with people as diverse as Napoleon and the Duchess of York.

Michael Mcnamee investigates.

On MW only, from 2.30pm-5.30pm:

Sunday Sportsound.

Jerome Quinn introduces coverage of the action at Croke Park where Donegal face Mayo in the NFL Division 1 final, and from Portlaoise where Armagh go for a place in the All Ireland U21 football final in a semi-final clash with Cork.

Plus the final day of hockey's All Ireland Club Championships at Belfield, and can Celtic clinch the SPL title away to Kilmarnock?

20070421

Bees: Industrious, productive and highly organised, bees have been favourites with people as diverse as Napoleon and the Duchess of York.

Michael Mcnamee investigates.

On MW only, from 2.30pm-5.30pm:

Sunday Sportsound.

Jerome Quinn introduces coverage of the action at Croke Park where Donegal face Mayo in the NFL Division 1 final, and from Portlaoise where Armagh go for a place in the All Ireland U21 football final in a semi-final clash with Cork.

Plus the final day of hockey's All Ireland Club Championships at Belfield, and can Celtic clinch the SPL title away to Kilmarnock?

Bees: Industrious, productive and highly organised, bees have been favourites with people as diverse as Napoleon and the Duchess of York. Michael McNamee investigates.

On MW only, from 2.30pm-5.30pm:

Sunday Sportsound. Jerome Quinn introduces coverage of the action at Croke Park where Donegal face Mayo in the NFL Division 1 final, and from Portlaoise where Armagh go for a place in the All Ireland U21 football final in a semi-final clash with Cork. Plus the final day of hockey's All Ireland Club Championships at Belfield, and can Celtic clinch the SPL title away to Kilmarnock?

20070422
20070422

Bees: Industrious, productive and highly organised, bees have been favourites with people as diverse as Napoleon and the Duchess of York.

Michael Mcnamee investigates.

On MW only, from 2.30pm-5.30pm:

Sunday Sportsound.

Jerome Quinn introduces coverage of the action at Croke Park where Donegal face Mayo in the NFL Division 1 final, and from Portlaoise where Armagh go for a place in the All Ireland U21 football final in a semi-final clash with Cork.

Plus the final day of hockey's All Ireland Club Championships at Belfield, and can Celtic clinch the SPL title away to Kilmarnock?

20070428

Michael Mcnamee explores the world of the fly to see if it is the filthy disease-ridden creature we believe it to be.

20070428

Michael McNamee explores the world of the fly to see if it is the filthy disease-ridden creature we believe it to be.

Michael Mcnamee explores the world of the fly to see if it is the filthy disease-ridden creature we believe it to be.

20070429
20070429

Michael Mcnamee explores the world of the fly to see if it is the filthy disease-ridden creature we believe it to be.

20070505

Michael Mcnamee looks at birds of prey and asks whether they deserve their fearsome reputation.

20070505

Michael McNamee looks at birds of prey and asks whether they deserve their fearsome reputation.

Michael Mcnamee looks at birds of prey and asks whether they deserve their fearsome reputation.

20070506

Michael McNamee looks at birds of prey and asks whether they deserve their fearsome reputation.

20070506

Michael McNamee looks at birds of prey and asks whether they deserve their fearsome reputation.

20070512

Small grey furry bodies scuttling in your roof space or small brown bodies running around the river bank - rats! Michael Mcnamee explores the world of this much maligned mammal.

20070512

Small grey furry bodies scuttling in your roof space or small brown bodies running around the river bank - rats! Michael McNamee explores the world of this much maligned mammal.

Small grey furry bodies scuttling in your roof space or small brown bodies running around the river bank - rats! Michael Mcnamee explores the world of this much maligned mammal.

20070513
20070513

Small grey furry bodies scuttling in your roof space or small brown bodies running around the river bank - rats! Michael Mcnamee explores the world of this much maligned mammal.

20070519

Michael Mcnamee explores the mysterious nocturnal habits of the badger.

20070519

Michael McNamee explores the mysterious nocturnal habits of the badger.

Michael Mcnamee explores the mysterious nocturnal habits of the badger.

20070520
20070520

Michael Mcnamee explores the mysterious nocturnal habits of the badger.

20070902

Fox: Variously called clever, cunning or sly, there is no doubt that the fox is a beautiful creature.

Michael Mcnamee discovers how this wild animal survives in the environment of 2007, accompanied by a conservationist and a gamekeeper.

20070902

Fox: Variously called clever, cunning or sly, there is no doubt that the fox is a beautiful creature.

Michael Mcnamee discovers how this wild animal survives in the environment of 2007, accompanied by a conservationist and a gamekeeper.

Fox: Variously called clever, cunning or sly, there is no doubt that the fox is a beautiful creature. Michael McNamee discovers how this wild animal survives in the environment of 2007, accompanied by a conservationist and a gamekeeper.

20070909

Bees: Industrious, productive and highly organised, bees have been favourites with people as diverse as Napoleon and the Duchess of York. Michael McNamee investigates.

20070916

Flies: Small, dirty and annoying, they fill us with disgust.

Michael Mcnamee goes on the trail of the fly to see if it really is the disease-laden, filthy creature it's believed to be.

20070916

Flies: Small, dirty and annoying, they fill us with disgust.

Michael Mcnamee goes on the trail of the fly to see if it really is the disease-laden, filthy creature it's believed to be.

Flies: Small, dirty and annoying, they fill us with disgust. Michael McNamee goes on the trail of the fly to see if it really is the disease-laden, filthy creature it's believed to be.

20070923

Michael McNamee looks at birds of prey, whose image depicted power and authority in centuries past, and asks whether they deserve their fearsome reputation.

20070923

Michael McNamee looks at birds of prey, whose image depicted power and authority in centuries past, and asks whether they deserve their fearsome reputation.

20070930

Small, grey, furry bodies scuttling in your roof space or small, brown bodies running along the river bank - rats! Michael Mcnamee, much against his will, explores the world of the clever yet much-maligned mammal.

20070930

Small, grey, furry bodies scuttling in your roof space or small, brown bodies running along the river bank - rats! Michael McNamee, much against his will, explores the world of the clever yet much-maligned mammal.

Small, grey, furry bodies scuttling in your roof space or small, brown bodies running along the river bank - rats! Michael Mcnamee, much against his will, explores the world of the clever yet much-maligned mammal.

20071007

Badgers: The shy animals either live in large clans or have a solitary existence.

Michael McNamee finds out about the nocturnal animal from people who have spent a lifetime studying and protecting them.

20071007

Badgers: The shy animals either live in large clans or have a solitary existence.

Michael McNamee finds out about the nocturnal animal from people who have spent a lifetime studying and protecting them.

Badgers: The shy animals either live in large clans or have a solitary existence. Michael McNamee finds out about the nocturnal animal from people who have spent a lifetime studying and protecting them.

Bees20070909

Industrious, productive and highly organised, bees have been favourites with people as diverse as Napoleon and the Duchess of York.

Michael Mcnamee investigates.

Bees20070909

Industrious, productive and highly organised, bees have been favourites with people as diverse as Napoleon and the Duchess of York.

Michael Mcnamee investigates.