The BBC Natural History Unit’s tent at this year’s festival will yet again be full of lots of exciting exhibits and activities for both adults and children.
The ever-popular ‘Adventure Screen’ returns – which gives budding presenters the chance to be transported across the globe and try out their presenting skills to a live audience.
If you’re more interested in being behind the camera than on it, future filmmakers will be able to take a look at a range of specialist cameras in action, including the high speed Phantom Miro, the Flir Thermal imaging camera and the Probescope, a specialist macro lens.
The children’s corner will also give visitors the chance to discover their inner dinosaur with face painting, puppet making and a dinosaur dig!
Bill Oddie, Mike Dilger and George McGavin will be appearing in the tent and on Saturday 13th June, CBeebies’ presenter Andy Day, will be looking for audience participation as he performs more of his Dinosaur raps live in Millennium Square!