Only just realised this is on tonight on BBC2 tonight at 9 pm. It doesn't seem to have been very well trailed this year.
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Thanks, TJ. I will be recording that.
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In reply to Limpy:
I did asked the BBC if there where any live webcams behind the red button or on the Internet for Winterwatch 2015 and sadly they said no, unlike Winterwatch in January 2014. But the live webcams will be back for Springwatch at Minsmere. The only reason I can think why this is, is because of the TV Licence freeze and all of the cuts that have been happening at the BBC over the last few years.
In reply to THOMO:
6 minutes to go!
In reply to MrsT:
Minus 14!!!! That's chilly.
I've got it recorded, not sure I'm going to be able to watch tonight :(
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In reply to Gus R:
Up to the usual fantastic stuff apart from a couple of silly stunts by one presenter buried in snow.The footage on Golden Eagles worth watching for raptor nuts like us and the woodlouse sequence was very interesting.If you missed it try play back,its on at 8 pm next 3 nights but as said above very little trailered this time but not sure why.
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In reply to Seaman:
Pity it wasn't better trailered, it was a cracking episode.
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In reply to Stuart Vine:
Stuart Vine said:Pity it wasn't better trailered, it was a cracking episode.
Yes it quite caught us by surprise to find out it started last night usually it is well trailered but somehow it has been fairly quiet about it even on the forum.
I did manage to watch it last night, and enjoyed it a lot :) it is a shame there are no live webcams but never mind. Makes Springwatch even better!
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