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Entertainment Springwatch: Who is Penny Metal?

00:45  03 june  2021
00:45  03 june  2021 Source:   hellomagazine.com

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Penny Metal is an insect photographer from Peckham, South London. In 2017, she made a splash in the nature world with the publication of her first book InsectInside: Life in the bushes of a small Peckham park. The book, which features incredible original photography, is a comprehensive Are you enjoying the new episodes of Springwatch ? Chatting to Chris Packham back in 2018, Penny explained how the project came about. She said: "Well, I decided to go round to my local park, which is quite an insignificant park in Peckham, and photograph everything that moved in the sense of insects.

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Wednesday's episode will see insect enthusiast Penny Metal joins the series to introduce viewers to the tiny residents of a London park. Want to know more about her? Keep reading…

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Penny Metal is an insect photographer from Peckham, South London. In 2017, she made a splash in the nature world with the publication of her first book InsectInside: Life in the bushes of a small Peckham park. The book, which features incredible original photography, is a comprehensive catalogue of all the insects that can be found in Peckham's Warwick Gardens.

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Who are the presenters of Springwatch 2020? Our presenters are Chris Packham, Gillian Burke and Iolo Williams. Sadly Michaela is unable to join us this year, as she is in South Africa, but she will be sending all her thoughts and sharing some of her Springwatch highlights from over the years. How is Springwatch being made this year? We are using brand new technology to ensure that the production of the series complies with current guidelines around social distancing. The vast majority of the team will be working from home, with small hubs spread across the country.

Springwatch Unsprung Springwatch Extra. Springwatch , Autumnwatch and Winterwatch, sometimes known collectively as The Watches,[1][2] are annual BBC television series which chart the fortunes of British wildlife during the changing of the seasons in the United Kingdom. The programmes are broadcast live from locations around the country in a primetime evening slot on BBC Two. They require a crew of 100 and over 50 cameras, making them the BBC's largest British outside broadcast events. Many of the cameras are hidden and operated remotely to record natural behaviour, for example

However, before turning her attention to all things insects, it seems that Penny led quite an eventful life! According to LinkedIn, since 1999 she has been working as a DJ, specialising in Eastern European and Russian music. She also has previously been self-employed as a graphic designer, working under the business name Metalanguage Design.

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She first began photographing insects ten years ago and has been building up her ongoing survey of the invertebrates of the small urban park ever since. She now shares weekly updates on her website insectinside.me.

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Springwatch gives you the opportunity to absorb yourself in UK wildife from watching live animal webcams to creating breathing places for wildlife. It follows the daily struggles of animals as they battle to raise their young. Exciting news next week the Springwatch /Autumnwatch team, in conjunction with our friends and colleagues in the BBC Natural History Unit, will be launching Nature UK, a brand new blog and website for UK nature lovers that will run all year round.

A penny 's worth depends on its quality and rarity. While most pennies are only worth a few bucks, highly coveted ones might be sitting in your pocket or stuck somewhere in your couch cushions. The odds are long, but they're still well worth searching for. So before you say, "Keep the change," check to see if you have any of these valuable pennies Bucki estimates that at least 250,000 coins released with the doubled die. "I know a couple of people who have found these in their pocket change." A used one of these might be worth about 0, while a cleaner one could go for 0, he said.

Chatting to Chris Packham back in 2018, Penny explained how the project came about. She said: "Well, I decided to go round to my local park, which is quite an insignificant park in Peckham, and photograph everything that moved in the sense of insects. I thought I'd find about 50 species and I carried on and on and over six years, I found over 555 species.

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"I thought it was really important to feature every insect, to show its importance. So even though the flies might all look the same they all have different names."

She added: "My mission was to get people into insects through photography and funny little stories."

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Penny Lancaster dons police uniform after becoming a London constable .
The model, 50, who is married to hitmaker Rod Stewart, has been working as a Special Constable with the City Of London Police force after officially obtaining her badge in April. And she appeared hard at work as she engaged in a stern conversation with a pedestrian during her shift in the city centre. Penny rocked a black outfit, chunky boots and a tactical vest which featured an array of pockets and handcuffs for potential arrests. She wore the iconic police constable hat and appeared to have an earpiece whilst on duty. Penny swept her blonde tresses back in a practical ponytail and kept make-up to a minimum.

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