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Millions turn to Winterwatch for solace during pandemic as viewing figures rise

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Winterwatch, fronted by Chris Packham, has seen a boost in viewing figures for 2021
Winterwatch has become a go-to show for millions of viewers who take solace in nature amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The programme takes a look at the natural world as animals face the coldest and most challenging conditions of the year.
The BBC series saw a rise in viewing figures for the launch episode which aired on Tuesday night, with 2.6 million people tuning in - an increase from 1.7million for the opener of 2020.
The figure is also higher than the first episodes of last year's Springwatch and...
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