Wildlife Photographer, Filmmaker, Journalist

Films and podcasts

Short films and Radio Podcasts

THE GREAT PRETENDER A graduate film for the UWE MA in Wildlife Filmmaking, affiliated with the BBC Natural History Unit.

STEPHEN MOSS ON NATURE WRITING A short interview with British nature writer Stephen Moss produced by Nardine Groch for the UWE MA in Wildlife Filmmaking course.

SQUIRREL IMPOSSIBLE A short film on Grey Squirrels produced by Nardine Groch for the UWE MA Wildlife Filmmaking course in Bristol.

THE WHALE ARIA  Produced by Nardine Groch  Whales have the ability to compose and perform their own music. In the early 1970s this discovery in humpback whales changed attitudes towards the whole species, and forged a movement that's helped save them from extinction.  Classical singer Nardine Groch listens to whale arias, and speaks to pioneering marine biologist Dr Roger Payne, who wrote the first scientific paper on whalesong. Using her own singing voice, she explores the human relationship to song, and its many secrets.   The whale aria  was produced as the final research project for Nardine’s double Masters in Journalism/Environmental Sustainability at Monash University.

THE WHALE ARIA Produced by Nardine Groch

Whales have the ability to compose and perform their own music. In the early 1970s this discovery in humpback whales changed attitudes towards the whole species, and forged a movement that's helped save them from extinction.

Classical singer Nardine Groch listens to whale arias, and speaks to pioneering marine biologist Dr Roger Payne, who wrote the first scientific paper on whalesong. Using her own singing voice, she explores the human relationship to song, and its many secrets.

The whale aria was produced as the final research project for Nardine’s double Masters in Journalism/Environmental Sustainability at Monash University.

TRAILER- THE GREAT PRETENDER The official trailer for my UWE MA Wildlife Filmmaking film THE GREAT PRETENDER. Copyright Nardine Groch

SOMERSET’S BRILLIANT COAST APPEAL Produced and filmed by Nardine Groch and her fellow UWE colleagues on behalf of the Somerset Wildlife Trust for their Brilliant Coast Appeal.

SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL Narrated by Nardine Groch

Produced, filmed and directed by Matt Knowler who travelled half way around the world to see one of Tasmania's most famous - and feistiest - animals. These cantankerous critters are facing an unusual crisis that could drive them to extinction...