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Hunting US
First broadcast January 2007

Presenter Nicholas Walton with mic in hand in the middle with some hunters from America
Nicholas Walton reports on the changing face of hunting in the United States.

Once a key part of the American psyche and frontier spirit, hunting is now in decline as a traditional working class pursuit and is transforming into a more expensive sport largely attracting rich businessmen and their clients.

But as suburban fat cats pay a fortune to pop a shot at a half-tame deer what ever happened to the age-old battle of man against beast?


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