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PAUL O'GRADY'S ANIMAL ORPHANS (ITV, Thursday, 9PM) THE popular TV presenter heads to Borneo to learn more about the work being done to preserve endangered species.

It may sound like something of a dream assignment for an animal lover like Paul, below, but he does face some challenges along the way - including the climate.

He starts in Sabah and says: "Now there's heat and there's heat. This is like going through Hell in a pair of gasoline drawers.

"It's so hot, you have no idea. You walk out and all of a sudden you're dripping. I've never known anything like it."

Unfortunately, there's little chance of him cooling off as he has to wear protective clothing to meet young orphans at an orangutan rehabilitation centre.

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Wales On Sunday (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Apr 10, 2016
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