Last Sunday I was so excited about the programme on Madagascar on SVT. It was really great to discover places and especially animals I did not have the possibility to see when I was there. There are two more episodes coming soon and I will tell you more about it when I will have seen the whole series.
Until then I recommand another great TV show on BBC 2 which was broacasted last year, Last Chance to See with photographer Mark Carwardine and actor Stephen Fry whom I Love. They traveled all around the world to see, maybe for the last time endangered species. Among those animals, the very strange aye-aye lemur. I think they stayed at least two weeks in Madagascar and finally found a few aye-ayes in their natural environment.
BBC 2, Last Chance to See: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00mzxkr#clips
You can also have a look at Mark Carwardine´s blogg. Here is one of his posts:
Madagascar Past and Present: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/lastchancetosee/2008/11/madagarscar-past-and-present.html
Baobab Night: my pictures from The Baobab Avenue in Morondava
Another landscape typical from Madagascar, the Tsingy on the Western side.
Now, I´ll be waiting for the next programme.