23 Sept 2012 - interview on BBC News about the Animal Planet series Feral Children/Raised Wild
One of Britain's most intriguing secret treasures - a 74-gun Napoleonic warship that was wrecked off the Isles of Scilly near Cornwall. The timber survives, and artefacts from the site tell the story of 18th century naval warfare
Harpo tries on a new Hurtta coat for a wild winter camp out.
The first few days at sea for the crew of the Lord Nelson sailing from St Petersburg to Turku, Finland, with the Jubilee Sailing Trust. Going ...
2 min short about our Unreported World film profiling the life of professional child fighters in rural Thailand
Mary-Ann explores the stone age homes at Cresswell Crags, Derbyshire, Knap of Howar, Orkney and the Broch of Mousa on Shetland.
The boy found in the forest was brought to a school....the headteacher remembers what he saw
Mary-Ann presents the award to the best young international journalist at this year's One World Media Awards
The tabloids have had a field day over the juicy details of this so-called 'dog girl'. But can it be true?
2 minutes on of some of the issues behind the film, Slumkid Reporters. More at www.channel4.com/programmes/unreported-world/
Jack Palan remembers the boy