Combining her two worlds as a naturalist and television producer/director, Ruth Peacey is committed to bringing conservation issues to the forefront of the public through her work at the BBC’s Natural History Unit. Ruth Peacey has worked on a number of BBC documentary series for more than 15 years, including Natural World, Springwatch, Life in the Air and Planet Earth II. Between 2013 and 2014, Ruth worked on a nature documentary, Penguin Post Office, at UK Antarctic Heritage Trust’s Port Lockroy in the Antarctic Peninsula. Since then, she has returned to this region to guide and share her knowledge of penguins during the austral summer. Her passion for conservation and nature has taken her to the sub-Antarctic islands to work on films over the last two seasons. In 2017, Ruth won Birdwatch Magazine’s Conservation Hero award for her work.