BBC Radio 4
In September 2022, Billy returned to BBC Radio 4's Nature Table for an evening of wildlife and comedy with Sue Perkins and lots of other awesome guests. This upcoming episode will be a Cornwall special and was recorded in the Mediterranean Biome at the Eden Project.
In May 2021, Billy returned to the Nature Table to chat with Sue Perkins about badgers and the worlds largest bony fish, the ocean sun fish!
In February 2020, Billy was invited on to the panel of Nature Table to talk about his research on grey seals and to share some funny stories from his time observing and interacting with them in the wild. Working alongside Sue Perkins, Lizzie Daly and Jessica Fostekew, the panel dived into the world of grey seals, spiders, Portuguese Man O’War jellyfish and angler fish.
In July 2020, Billy appeared on BBC Countryfile highlighting the work of Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust and the reintroduction of pine martens into the Forest of Dean
TRT World Round Table
In February 2020, Billy was invited onto an episode of TRT World's Round Table, with Professor Brendan Godley, to talk about animal tracking technology and what we can learn from it.
BBC Earth and BBC SpringWatch
In March 2019, his adventure to find blue whales off the coast of Sri Lanka was shown as a BBC Earth Instagram takeover during the run of Blue Planet Live. In Spring 2019, Billy went in search of Corncrakes on Islay which featured on BBC SpringWatch’s Instagram story and in the Autumn of 2019 his film ‘In search of the Cassowary’ was showcased on BBC Earth’s Instagram coinciding with the Australia episode of the BBC landmark series Seven Worlds One Planet.