Check out this week's episode - I did a bit of the behind-the-scenes stuff on the CWD sequence.
Monday, 4 February 2013
Wednesday, 31 October 2012
This charming missive arrives from one email@example.com:
Brian May has a PhD in astrophysics from Imperial College which I think makes him a scientist and more qualified than you, a mere hack for the hunting fraternity, and is the current Chancellor of Liverpool John Moores University. He is also a well-known animal defender against the likes of you and your chums. He is right about bovine TB as I'm sure you know, you just like killing animals too much to admit it. Vaccination is the usual way we treat diseases whether human or animal, not by killing the patient. The list of 'vets' you quote are all tied up with the so-called 'game' industry and will say anything wanted of them, such as the whole scientific panel which examined the scientific 10-year survey of culling are wrong. And your chums are already killing badgers as we all know, they just hide them as road kill and hope the police won't come calling.
I've got my eye on you, sick filth.
I do hope "Peter" is not a GP. I'd hate to think of human TB patients being treated with a vaccination.
Wednesday, 28 December 2011
So ignore the crossed-through links and stuff below as that's all out of date. Maybe, just maybe, I will start posting the odd thing here again. Drop in from time to time and see what's going on.
And if you want to get in touch, all the usual contact details on this page will reach me. That's firstname.lastname@example.org for email, and telephone 07836 350652. I've been trying to add a voicemail widgetty thing here too, but since tinkering with the template it's vanished. So good old email or phone it is then, for now at least.
Sunday, 10 July 2011
Ok, I give up. That jill is no more pregnant than I am. She's a big faker. She showed all the signs, she even put on a load of weight. But the time has passed and now she's getting slimmer again. Maybe she was after the extra rations, maybe she fancied a bit of peace and quiet on her own, or maybe she just enjoys the limelight. But pregnant she isn't! I'll leave the webcam on for a while, just in case. Then I'll think about what to point it at next. The vegetable patch perhaps - at least the potatoes are actually producing something!
Sunday, 19 June 2011
I've been playing about with the Casio EX FH20 today, filming the dogs at 210fps - this is the result. More practice needed, but the results are promising, and it's fascinating to see how they move.
Saturday, 18 June 2011
Eat your heart out, Springwatch. In a groundbreaking web first we bring you... FERRET BIRTH CAM! A totally Kate Humble free zone, guaranteed.
Here, live on the web, watch this jill give birth. Maybe. In a couple of weeks' time. We hope.
She was mated (we think) on Saturday 21 May by Emma's albino rescue hob. So by normal calculations that should make the kits due on 2 July.
Click on the image above to watch the live stream (hopefully, if I've set it up right. If it's not working, drop me a line and I'll try to sort it out).