Aaron Jones presents a look behind the scenes at Fieldsports Channel - a gentle chat - shooting the breeze with the likes of Andy Crow, Roy Lupton, Paul Childerley, David Wright and Charlie Jacoby.
Debunking the Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting
Eduardo Gonçalves brought out three books in 2020 supporting his own Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting and we have found someone who has read them. Charlie Jacoby talks to Jens Ulrik Høgh from the Nordic Safari Club #debunkingcbth
Getting to know Cai ap Bryn
You may know Cai as our star in the hunt & cook series. However did you know he works in the nuclear industry? Has discovered a taste for testicles thanks to his mate trigger, and he was born not only in the same village but in the same building as our very own David Wright!
An alternative approach to guiding
Oliver Rampley runs a new kind of guiding - a holistic approach to wildlife where hunting is one part of the story. ind out how he sees the world, and how he stalked an extraordinary perruque roebuck this summer.
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.
Scotland's hare ban madness
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 what's going to happen to Scotland's hares, with additional material from Clayton Fletcher in South Africa and Jason Doyle in Ireland.
What’s bothering the world of shooting?
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?
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