Stuart 'The Wildman' Mabbutt shares tales, stories and lessons and experiences making the radio show 'Going Wild With Wildlife'. He also talks about being involved with The Peoples Countryside project giving nature a voice through audio podcasts, photography, film and stage show.
As a wildlife sound recordist The Wildman presents the independent radio show Going Wild With Wildlife for multiple stations.
Recorded on location all around Britain, with international listeners and guests online, the show is interactive on social media.
With an emphasis on hospital patients who listen via hospital radio, they can really benefit from receiving a slice of nature as part of their recovery and well-being. The radio material is also repurposed for the talking newspaper movement.
Our remit is to entertain, inspire, relax and make listeners laugh. A new style of natural history show with varied music and philosophical discussions.
This is an ideal chance to get a signed copy of The Wildman's 4 books and highlights cds' of his radio show.
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Stuart 'The Wildman' Mabbutt has been a professional wildlife gardener for 30 years. He writes widely in magazines on the subject and recently published his first four books and is busy writing the next four.
He leads nature workshops for business people and individuals to show how engaging with nature using the 5 senses can help manage stress and pain as well as be a good team building tool. He also carries out nature sensory engagement activities with families and children to develop lifelong learning, resilience and a positive attitude to life.
Stuart's media work includes being a wildlife sound recordist and making the independent wildlife radio show, Going Wild With Wildlife which transmits 30 times a week on 11 differing stations across Britain. He is also working on ‘The Peoples Countryside’ project giving nature a voice though podcasts, radio, audio, photography, film and on the stage.
An extension of his work and interests include developing some academic research with Oxford University into the benefits of nature on the human body. He also has an ambition to perform on the main stage at the O2 Arena in London and is developing a stage show plus an experiential modern art/performance concept to start the ball rolling in getting him there.
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