"Wild Encounters" is a series of podcasts that tells the story of an encounter with a wild animal. Writers, artists, philosophers or scientists tell the intimate story of an encounter that has marked their personal, artistic and theoretical journey. Immersed in the soundscape of the forest, the fields or the oceans, listen to the story of this face-to-face encounter with animal otherness, the mixed feelings of fear, fascination and wonder that it arouses. How are these encounters transformative? Where does this curiosity for the living come from that guides their path today?

Produced by Studio Radio France for the Museum of Hunting and Nature - Directed by Céline du Chéné and Laurent Paulré.