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This clip is from. Bill Oddie has found something that looks like a weird little crustacean – but it is actually a caterpillar. Len surprises Bill by transporting him to Dungeness aboard the Romney, Dymchurch and Hythe Railway – the smallest public railway in the world. You must enable JavaScript to play content. The smooth snake gets its name from the fact that its scales have no ridges on them, unlike adder and grass snake scales. When he was here as a teenager Bill stayed at the bird observatory cottages which still remain today. Similar programmes By genre:

Here to stay Duration: Watch more mimicry video clips from the BBC archive. Smooth snakes will bite and can draw blood, but they have no venom. Similar programmes By genre: The smooth snake gets its name from the fact that its scales have no ridges on them, unlike adder and grass snake scales. Tue 2 Dec Raise the Roof Productions. See all clips from Bill Oddie Goes Wild

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After 30 unsuccessful tries they finally find a smooth snake. Bill Oddie and Rhys go looking for snakes under corrugated iron sheets on a heath. Along the way they talk about his life as a youngster and how he got to work with John Cleese and the Goodies, as well as finding out how his childhood passion for birdwatching became an important part of his career later on in life on programmes such lddie Springwatch and Bill Oddie Goes Wild.

Oddiee must enable JavaScript to play content. Similar programmes By genre: Home Schedule TV Guide. Its appearance helps it avoid being eaten. More clips from Dorset. Home Schedule TV Guide. Bill can’t resist taking out biill binoculars and doing a bit of birdwatching too! Christmas of My Lifetime — Series 1. Bill would have taken two trains from his home near Birmingham to this part of Kent.

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To add to the nostalgia-fest Len and Bill cook up beans on toast – the meal every year-old cooks for themselves and Bill’s staple diet on his holidays, but the most magical part of the day for our superstar twitcher is when they come face to face with baby sparrows that are being ‘ringed’ by the RSPB and Bill gets to hold one in his hand.

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More clips from Bill Oddie Goes Wild. Sleepy and speedy Duration: Fri oddiw Nov Len Goodman takes birdwatcher and comedian Bill Oddie back to Dungeness in Kent to reminisce about the holiday he took in It looks rather like a lobster, so has been named the lobster moth. Odie Nature Be captivated, informed and inspired by the world’s wildlife. Smooth and spotty Bill Oddie and Rhys go looking for snakes under corrugated iron sheets on a heath.

Despite now being home to two huge nuclear reactors, the actual landscape hasn’t changed much and the memories come flooding back.

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Lobster moth Bill Oddie has found something that looks like a weird little crustacean – but it is actually a caterpillar.

In this episode’s journey through time Len Goodman takes world-famous birdwatcher and comedian Bill Oddie back to the wilds of Dungeness in Kent to reminisce about the holiday he took back in when he was a teenager.

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Once they arrive, Len takes Bill to the top of lighthouse to see how much the area has changed. See all clips from Dorset 5.

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