STEP inside Discovery Bay at Hullabaloo at Home today (Friday) and the spectacular natural world will be rolled out before you.

Contributions to Discovery Bay at Hullabaloo at Home have been piling in to such an extent that organisers have decided to double the number of activities on offer.

The new supersized programme for today has been revealed and includes virtual visits from Royal Society of Biology, Biochemical Society, British Ecological Society, Royal, The One Show scientist Marty Jopson, Solent Bird Aware, the Wildlife Trust and Lauren Cook Animations.

Joining them are Island Biosphere ecologists and scientists from Arc, Dinosaur Isle, the Sea Eagle team, Poo Museum, Wildheart Trust and many more.

Ian Boyd, chief Discovery Bay curator, said: "Hullabaloo at Home is bursting at the seams with extraordinary and wonderful things from contributors near and far.

"As a result, the brilliant production team has worked overtime to boost the Friday Biosphere Birthday with extra content. The new programme is now out and looks irresistible.

"Take a look, pull up a chair, log on and join in for three days of Hullabaloo magic."

The three day celebration of arts, science and wildlife, discovery and exploration usually takes place at Sandown Bay, and will be online from today as the Isle of Wight celebrates its first birthday as an UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

Hullabaloo is brought to you by Shademakers UK and The Common Space. Funding from Arts Council England and Down to the Coast has made this year's extravaganza viable.

To take part visit and sign up to Hullabaloo on Facebook