Michaela Strachan 'didn't know' Springwatch had gone off air 'Chris and I looked silly!'

“There have been a handful of occasions where we have had severe technical issues which have taken us off air: storms, we had a problem with the generator on one occasion, but they have been very isolated. 

“There is always self-generated pressure in the team to make sure those technical hiccups don’t occur. 

“We have been delving into new technology, for the first time in Winterwatch we were fully hydrogen dependent when it came to broadcasting. 

“We are very conscious of our carbon footprint, and we have been doing everything we can to reduce our waste and consumption. So, the only by-product of broadcasting the programme was the bottles of water we had on-site.”

Springwatch continues on BBC Two on Thursday at 8pm.

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