Filming the Natural World

Paine, Barry
December 1988
Image Technology;Dec1988, Vol. 70 Issue 12, p437
Trade Publication
The article presents a reprint of the article "Filming the Natural World," by Barry Paine, which appeared in the 1987 issue of "Nature in Wales." The author talks about the famous Natural History Unit of British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) in Bristol, England which was officially launched in the 1950s through the efforts of Frank Gillard and producer Desmond Hawkins. The unit was elevated to the rank of BBC department in 1982 because of its contribution to wildlife broadcasting in the future.


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