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Mike Dilger

Mike Dilger
Born Mike Dilger
(1966-11-07) 7 November 1966 (ageĀ 47)
Stafford, England
Occupation Ecologist, presenter
Employer BBC

Mike Dilger (born 7 November 1966) is a British ecologist and Television presenter who best is known for being the wildlife reporter on the BBC television program The One Show. He has lived in Bristol for 10 years since returning from an extensive period working in Vietnam, Tanzania and Ecuador as a field biologist. He is often spotted in Clifton Down Sainsbury's, shopping with a pushchair and small child. However, this may just be a generic bald man instead. Dilger also attended the University of Nottingham, in Nottingham.



  • Presenter of over 250 items for The One Show on BBC1 from spring 2007 to present
  • Reporter for Inside Out on BBC1 for various regions from autumn 2004 to present
  • Presenter on Nature's Top 40 on BBC2 in December 2008
  • Presenter on Wild Gardens for ITV1 in July 2008
  • Presenter on Nature's Calendar on BBC2 in Autumn 2006[1]
  • Presenter on CBeebies Autumnwatch in autumn 2006 and CBeebies Springwatch in spring 2007
  • Presenter on the Nature of Britain on BBC1 West in autumn 2007
  • Presenter for Hands on Nature on BBC2 in November 2005
  • Reporter on Springwatch with Bill Oddie 2005 on BBC2 from 30 May to 16 June 2005
  • On screen contributor for British Isles: A Living History on BBC1 from October to November 2004
  • On screen Wildlife Expert for The Terry & Gaby Show on Channel 5 in 2004
  • On screen Contributor for Britain Goes Wild in May & June 2004
  • Presenter for Wildlife Uncovered:UK on Channel 5 in April 2002, June 2002 & March 2003
  • Presenter for The Natural History of Christmas on Channel 5 in December 2001 & repeated 2003
  • Presenter for Britain's Wild Invaders on Channel 5 in August 2000 & repeated December 2003


  • Contributor on a wide range of wildlife series on BBC Radio 4 from 2006 to present
  • Presenter on Extreme Britain on Listen again (UK only)
  • Presenter on Wild Underground on BBC Radio 4 in December 2003


External links

  • Official website


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