Channel 4 have launched a new daytime TV series which is sure to consume you with a serious case of wanderlust.
On Monday, May 18th, Work on the Wild Side kicked off. It will air weekdays at 4 pm for the following two weeks (culminating on Friday, May 29th).
It follows British volunteers who are working to protect animals in South Africa’s national parks. Expect stunning scenery, adorable animals and tonnes of emotion.
But who is the narrator of Work on the Wild Side? Find out about the presenter here!
Who is the Work on the Wild Side narrator?
- Greg James
Greg James is the narrator for the new Channel 4 docuseries.
The 34-year-old presenter is best known for his radio work, as he currently hosts The Radio 1 Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 1. But Greg is also a writer and has made his way into the television industry, so it’s likely you’ll be seeing much more of him on our screens.
Greg is from Lewisham in London.
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Follow Greg James on social media
Greg has been all over the TV schedule as of late. Before Work on the Wild Side, Greg had just appeared as a guest judge on BBC Two’s Great British Menu.
Greg has been posting all about his extra TV work.
To keep up to date with his latest, you can follow him on Instagram @greg_james.
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Here’s my face when I found out there WASN’T A CHEESE COURSE at The Great British Menu ‘Dessert Week’. Fuming. Our episode is on tonight at 8pm on BBC TWO! This series is all about celebrating children’s literature and was so much fun for us to do. That said, eating 8 desserts in 2 hours is insane. I had to keep running to the kitchen for some bread and butter.
WATCH WORK ON THE WILD SIDE WEEKDAYS AT 4 PM ON CHANNEL 4