Join Kate for a fascinating talk about her new book – Thinking on my Feet – as well as her life working with wildlife, the far flung places that this has taken her to and the inspiring people she has met on her travels. There’s also a unique chance to go ‘behind the camera’ as Kate describes how the programmes are made along with some lovely anecdotes about the filming
The second series of Kate’s popular BBC programme Back to the Land, which aired earlier this autumn, has been the latest in a long line of programmes Kate has presented for the BBC, including Springwatch and Autumm Watch, Wild Shepherdess, Yellowstone: Wildest Winter to Blazing Summer, Curious Creatures, and Extreme Wives with Kate Humble.
In 2007, she and her husband Ludo moved to a smallholding in Wales and, in 2011, set up ‘Humble by Nature’, a rural skills school on a working farm in the Wye Valley. The couple live with a variety of feathered and furry livestock, and three dogs.
Presented in association with Clive Conway Productions. Photo credit: Tim Martin
Talk Date: Friday 30 November 7.30pm, The Capitol Theatre, Horsham. Tickets: Available online: www.thecapitolhorsham.com and from the Capitol Box Office: 01403 750220