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MY FAMILY AND THE GALAPAGOS
(Image credit: Seadog TV and Film Produtions Lt)

Monty Halls joins a team monitoring juvenile sharks, and tries to determine whether the ecosystems of the Galapagos can cope with all the people who live and visit there

Monty Halls and his family have been on the Galapagos for a month and are beginning to find their feet.

His girls, Molly, three, and Isla, five, are having a ball, making the most of their wild and free adventure.

But having his children with him makes Monty question even more the reason he is there – what state will these remarkable islands be in for the next generation?

MY FAMILY AND THE GALAPAGOS

Isla and Molly admire the mobula rays

With so many visitors, so much rubbish, illegal fishing and invasive species causing havoc with the delicate ecosystem, saving the islands seems to be an impossible task.

But Monty meets some people who are making a real difference.

From floating bin men to organic farmers, inspirational guides and sustainable fishermen, the future may be tough, but it’s in good hands.

TV Times rating: ****

Mandy Cooper
Mandy Cooper

As TV Times Highlights Editor I get to hear about all the latest TV shows coming soon. Here at TVT HQ we are in the privileged position of selecting the best programmes from across all the channels and streaming platforms. Our mission is to make it easier for our readers to decide what to watch - and give them lots of choice of genres - all the latest shows, plus some nostalgic choices we call hidden gems, too. My career began with a postgraduate degree in periodical journalism (ahem, yes old school!) in 1991 and I’ve worked in TV media since 2000.