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Patrick Aryee on the Big Conversation, tomorrow 11am-12pm

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Patrick Aryee – Patrick recently presented the new Natural History Unit series for BBC2 called ‘Super Senses’; a show exploring the extordinary world of animal senses. In each episode Patrick focused on key themes; sight, sound and scent across five continents, thus revealing the amazing ‘super senses’ of the animal world.

Periously Patrick has presented BBC’s online natural history strand ‘Zoo La La’, a weekly show about weird and wonderful animal facts that launched the brand new BBC/YouTube platform, Earth Unplugged.

After studying Cancer Biology at the University of Bristol, he decided to pursue a career in wildlife filmmaking and was an integral crew member of the BBC productions ‘Madagascar‘ and more recently ‘Attenborough: 60 years in the Wild‘.

After catching the attention of several producers Patrick wrote and presented a series of web episodes to accompany the David Attenborough series ‘Madagascar‘. A naturally lighthearted approach coupled with the ability to be authoritative and engaging, provides him with a distinct ability crossover between children’s and primetime factual programming.

Patrick also has a rich baritone voice and narrated the National Geographic reversion specials of ‘Planet Earth Live‘. He also hosted Radio 4’s natural history production ‘The Listeners‘.

Patrick’s scientific knowledge is vast and his personal interest in everything technical and natural history gives him the potential to be a unique and brilliant factual science & wildlife presenter. His mantra is… ‘Let’s get the lab into the field!’

Patrick has two BBC1 shows in the pipeline as well as an exciting new series for Sky1.

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