Surprised and great to see the BBC produce a programme like Kill It, Cook It, Eat, which opened up game to a wider audience and also illustrated the reasons why people shoot. 

The programme was presented and produced in a manner which challenged both sides of the shooting arguement, and perhaps most importantly, not once did it portray the shooting community in a bad light – unlike some of the nation’s advertisers.

There were emotional and tense moments on both sides, and both were pressed on the hard questions of why or why they didn’t agree with the shooting of animals. Good. 

So well done BBC, let us hope that this is start of more programmes which show shooting in a positive light.