In this new two-part series, Paul O'Grady heads to India for the first time in his life, to rescue and rehabilitate some of the country's vulnerable wild animals and experience the jobs of the keepers and conservationists who are looking after them.
Filming at various locations across India, Paul meets extraordinary animals - old and young – who are in desperate need of care, both within sanctuaries and in their natural environments.
Episode 1x2; May 02, 2017
In the second episode, Paul introduces us to Assam – a state known for its tea plantations - but also really important for wildlife, and home to Kaziranga National Park. Paul's working at CWRC, an animal rescue centre, and today he's helping look after no less than eight elephant calves. One-year-old Ultee has an injured foot, so Paul helps distract her while it's treated, and six-month-old Burhi needs to be rubbed in coconut oil, to help prepare her skin for winter.
1x2: Episode 2
1x1: Episode 1
Paul O'Grady as Presenter
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