Sep 5, 2020
Charlie Jacoby talks to his father, Martin Jacoby about Martin’s life as a natural historian, his views on how natural history and species work, the history of humankind, and why shooting butterflies is a good idea. He puts forward his ideas about DNA, why we hunt, and why hunting is an essential part of humanity.
Jun 20, 2020
The antis ambushed Scotland's political process and, in under a week in June 2020, they pushed through a ban on catching or killing mountain hares. The world of wildlife management has been left reeling. Scottish wildlife manager Niall Rowantree and English 'tourist' falconer Roy Lupton discuss what happened, and...
May 30, 2020
With battles to be fought including trophy hunting, lead shot and the future of gamekeeping, we ask the candidates for the 2020 BASC Council elections – people who care about their shooting – what their views are. How should BASC and the world of shooting approach these and other topics? Is it even BASC’s job?
May 22, 2020
Will coronavirus lead to a game meat ban? Did the BGA sell out to BASC? Incoming BGA chief executive Liam Stokes talks to Charlie Jacoby about the future of his organisation and what he plans for members, for the public, and for government.
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