TV package – Fish ingesting microplastic in London’s Thames

filmed, produced and edited the following TV report on plastic pollution in the Thames, working in a team with my coursemate James Rybacki (voice-over), for my portfolio on the Broadcast pathway at City, University of London.

CUE: New research conducted by the Natural History Museum has found that a variety of fish in the UK’s rivers are ingesting tiny pieces of plastic. Up to 15 species of fish are believed to be affected, and it’s thought that as many as seventy per cent of fish in the Thames have plastic in their gut. James Rybacki has the story.     

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