Last night: Our cousins in the jungle.
Destined to suddenly have thousands of men taking an unprecedented interest in wildlife programmes, she's the writer and presenter of Cousins (BBC1), a look at the social natures of primates in general and chimps in particular.
Watching the first, primates, you can understand where her youthful excitement comes from. As you'd expect from Bristol, there's fabulous footage here, but, almost as if the camera crew have been infected by Charlotte's enthusiasm, there's an extra buzz that brings the whole thing even more alive.
Of course, the subjects have a lot to do with it. Globetrotting from Rwanda to Madagascar, swinging through trees, trekking across razor sharp rocks, from mountain gorillas (her first ever encounter, 'I can't believe I'm here,' she gasped with undisguised awe) to a seemingly endless variety of lemurs, this was stuffed with great moments. One species of lemur dance along on two legs as if in some jungle rave, a Slow Loris ambles lazily through the branches, and a Black Lemur smears a millipede's narcotic secretions over its fur to get stoned. The BBC have another definite nature series ratings winner on their hands. And the animals are worth watching too.