Tag Archives: Mary Colwell

Guest blog – Shared Planet by Mary Colwell-Hector

Mary Colwell-Hector is an award winning radio, TV and internet producer winning 14 awards over the last 8 years, including a Sony Gold in 2009. She is also a radio presenter and feature writer for The Tablet.  She has produced natural history series such as Saving Species on Radio 4 and was the lead producer […]

Sunday book review – John Muir by Mary Colwell

This year is the centenary of the extinction of the Passenger Pigeon and also of the death of John Muir – ‘the Scotsman who saved America’s wild places’. John Muir was born in Dunbar in 1838 and died in California in 1914 – in between he fell in love with the USA’s wildlife and wild […]

Guest blog – A natural history GCSE? by Mary Colwell

Mary Colwell is an award winning radio, TV and internet producer winning 14 awards over the last 5 years, including a Sony Gold in 2009.  She is also a radio presenter and feature writer for The Tablet. She now produces Saving Species on Radio 4 which covers a wide range of environmental and wildlife issues. […]