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    Posted: 05 Jun 2014 at 6:30pm
a short - but sensible - piece near the start of the programme with yours truly in it.  Was on at 4.30 but repeated at 9pm if anyone is interested - also features the scorpions at Sheerness.
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Doh - I meant to put 'Aesculapians' in the title, but you might have guessed that anyway from the mention of UK scorpions..
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Heard it this afternoon, nice to hear some balance.
And I thought you were supposed to able to find these things!
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/inscience

7:17 in if you want to skip to it
 




Edited by Tom Omlette - 05 Jun 2014 at 8:49pm
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can't believe you blanked will lol! always one of my worst nightmares whenever i show someone round a site. i thought you presented the case very well though and in a very gentle and subtle way made it absolutely clear that there's nothing to worry about.

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Caught it on the podcast. Well done Will - and definitely a nicely balanced item

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thanks guys - @Liam and TimLOL  - I've always said they're hard to find!  to underline their unpredictability, I spotted two of them today when no BBC reporter was around...typical!
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