A Bray woman is set to appear in a Channel 4 documentary about a wildlife centre in South Africa.
Jenna Hensman moved to South Africa in 2011 where she works with her partner Sean.
The show kicks off on Monday (18th) at 4pm.
It's a 20 part series that'll broadcast every weekday at the same time.
Meet the vets & volunteers who left their jobs in the UK to rescue & rehabilitate some of the world’s most iconic animals 🐘
In this 20 part series, @gregjames transports you to South Africa where our wildlife heroes share their stories. #WorkOnTheWildSide. 18th May. @Channel4 pic.twitter.com/AvY2U4hT0C
— Work On The Wild Side (@OnTheWildSideTV) May 15, 2020
Sean honours his father's memory by helping at the Rory Hensman Conservation and Research Unit.
While we'll see our vets and volunteers go above and beyond to help the animals.
- Relocating giraffe
- Rescue a two week old hippo
- Mammying orphaned monkeys
- Give CPR to a cheetah
Walk On The Wild Side South Africa Trailer:
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