Miranda Krestovnikoff

Miranda is a wildlife and diving TV presenter, author, public speaker, biologist and trained diver. A resident wildlife expert on BBC One’s The One Show, she has presented natural history stories, ranging from robotic ants to rare dolphins, from all around the country for the last six years. She is also a regular on BBC One’s Inside Out and one of the original members of the Coast team exploring Great Britain’s shoreline from top to toe, revealing fascinating tales of marine life.

Miranda is a wildlife and diving TV presenter, author, public speaker, biologist and trained diver. A resident wildlife expert on BBC One’s The One Show, she has presented natural history stories, ranging from robotic ants to rare dolphins, from all around the country for the last six years. She is also a regular on BBC One’s Inside Out and one of the original members of the Coast team exploring Great Britain’s shoreline from top to toe, revealing fascinating tales of marine life.

Miranda is also busy on radio with contributions to BBC Radio 4’s Costing the Earth, Living World and Tweet of the Day. She regularly writes articles on tourism and leisure for national newspapers and magazines and is the author of two books, Miranda Krestovnikoff’s Best British Beaches and Scuba Diving.

Her enthusiastic style and extensive knowledge of wildlife, diving, conservation and environmental issues make Miranda a natural Ocean Ambassador for MCS. She has been a Sea Champion for MCS, and has helped to support their work by speaking at their annual conference, attending events and shows, helping out on beach cleans and promoting MCS’s work on social media.

She enjoys motivating young people to share her love for nature and the environment, visiting schools, universities and clubs.

“Our seas and oceans are extraordinary places and I enjoy nothing more than getting my wetsuit on and exploring the fascinating watery world beneath. As a long time supporter of the Marine Conservation Society I know how hard they work to help protect our seas, shores and wildlife, therefore I am delighted to become an Ocean Ambassador. I urge others to support their work too by joining them as a member, volunteering on a beach clean or simply pledging to support one of their important campaigns.” Miranda Krestovnikoff

Miranda Krestovnikoff

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