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Greenpeace launch documentary podcast Oceans

The organisation is making waves in the world of audio

1:44 PM GMT on February 20, 2024

    Greenpeace UK have joined the podcasting scene with a new documentary show, Oceans: Life Under Water.

    Wildlife filmaker Hannah Stitfall is setting out to interview world experts on our waters to learn about life beneath the waves. She’ll speak to divers, marine biologists, submarine pilots among others to try and give us a new-found appreciation for the life that’s found in the vastly underexplored oceans.

    Made in collaboration with production company Crowd Network, Oceans promises to teach us about whales’ admiration for their grandparents, what it sounds like 60 metres below sea-level, and even how to befriend an octopus.

    Excitingly for podcasting, Greenpeace say that “in an ever-changing media landscape, we’re always excited to try new mediums to drive conservation. Greenpeace’s Protect the Oceans campaign seeks to protect 30% of the world’s oceans by 2030 and, through this podcast, audio is going to be a part of that.”

    Oceans: Life Under Water is out now wherever you get your podcasts with new episodes out each Monday morning.

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