Phil Kay's City Critters

On the eve of the BBC's Springwatch festival in Glasgow, wild man of comedy Phil Kay comes face to face with the hidden wildlife in Scotland's largest city.

Whether tracking water voles in Drumchapel or on safari in the East End's last great wilderness, Phil discovers that it's in the places, and with the people that society's abandoned that nature has its best hope.

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20070803 (RS)

On the eve of the BBC's Springwatch festival in Glasgow, wild man of comedy Phil Kay comes face to face with the hidden wildlife in Scotland's largest city.

Whether tracking water voles in Drumchapel or on safari in the East End's last great wilderness, Phil discovers that it's in the places, and with the people that society's abandoned that nature has its best hope.

2007060820070609
20070803 (RS)

On the eve of the BBC's Springwatch festival in Glasgow, wild man of comedy Phil Kay comes face to face with the hidden wildlife in Scotland's largest city.

Whether tracking water voles in Drumchapel or on safari in the East End's last great wilderness, Phil discovers that it's in the places, and with the people that society's abandoned that nature has its best hope.

On the eve of the BBC's Springwatch festival in Glasgow, wild man of comedy Phil Kay comes face to face with the hidden wildlife in Scotland's largest city.

Whether tracking water voles in Drumchapel or on safari in the East End's last great wilderness, Phil discovers that it's in the places, and with the people that society's abandoned that nature has its best hope.

20070609

On the eve of the BBC's Springwatch festival in Glasgow, wild man of comedy Phil Kay comes face to face with the hidden wildlife in Scotland's largest city.

Whether tracking water voles in Drumchapel or on safari in the East End's last great wilderness, Phil discovers that it's in the places, and with the people that society's abandoned that nature has its best hope.

20070803

Wild man of comedy Phil Kay comes face to face with the hidden wildlife in Scotland's largest city.

Whether tracking water voles in Drumchapel or on safari in the East End's last great wilderness, Phil discovers that it's in the places and with the people that society has abandoned, that nature has its best hope.

20070924

Wild man of comedy Phil Kay comes face to face with the hidden wildlife in Scotland's largest city.

Whether tracking water voles in Drumchapel or on safari in the East End's last great wilderness, Phil discovers that it's in the places and with the people that society has abandoned, that nature has its best hope.

20070924

Wild man of comedy Phil Kay comes face to face with the hidden wildlife in Scotland's largest city.

Whether tracking water voles in Drumchapel or on safari in the East End's last great wilderness, Phil discovers that it's in the places and with the people that society has abandoned, that nature has its best hope.

Wild man of comedy Phil Kay comes face to face with the hidden wildlife in Scotland's largest city.

Whether tracking water voles in Drumchapel or on safari in the East End's last great wilderness, Phil discovers that it's in the places and with the people that society has abandoned, that nature has its best hope.

20070925

Wild man of comedy Phil Kay comes face to face with the hidden wildlife in Scotland's largest city.

Whether tracking water voles in Drumchapel or on safari in the East End's last great wilderness, Phil discovers that it's in the places and with the people that society has abandoned, that nature has its best hope.

20070925

Wild man of comedy Phil Kay comes face to face with the hidden wildlife in Scotland's largest city.

Whether tracking water voles in Drumchapel or on safari in the East End's last great wilderness, Phil discovers that it's in the places and with the people that society has abandoned, that nature has its best hope.

Wild man of comedy Phil Kay comes face to face with the hidden wildlife in Scotland's largest city.

Whether tracking water voles in Drumchapel or on safari in the East End's last great wilderness, Phil discovers that it's in the places and with the people that society has abandoned, that nature has its best hope.