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Cambridge Literary Festival: Mark Cocker - Can We Save Britain's Wildlife

Cambridge Literary Festival: Mark Cocker - Can We Save Britain's Wildlife

Saturday 14 April 2018
Winstanley Lecture Theatre
Nobody writes about the natural world quite like Mark Cocker.

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With green and clean living increasingly part of mainstream culture and the government agenda, Mark Cocker takes the baton and shares his thoughts on this land that we love yet continue to damage and destroy. Radical and rabble-rousing, he explores the history of conservation and asks the most important question: ‘can we save British nature before it is too late?’ 
In conversation with Tim Dee, BBC Radio producer, writer and editor of Ground Work .
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60 minutes