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The Ten Deadliest Snakes in the World with Steve Irwin  (1998)

Death adder by name not by nature

Journeying through the most remote parts of Australia, naturalist, conservationist and world-famous television personality Steve Irwin comes face to face with ten of the most venomous snakes in the world.

Highly entertaining, Irwin’s enthusiasm is infectious as he explores the biology and behaviour of these maligned creatures. Attempting to dispel some of the stigma attached to them, he handles death adders, giant tiger snakes, and the most potent species of them all - the fierce snake.

Broadcast by ITV, The Ten Deadliest Snakes in the World with Steve Irwin was one of the first appearances on U.K. television for the ‘Crocodile Hunter’, his passion, fearlessness and extensive use of the phrase ‘crikey’ endearing him to millions of viewers.

Copyright holder

Copyright Holder: ITN Source
Address: 200 Gray's Inn Road
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WC1X 8XZ
United Kingdom
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Film credits

Executive Producer: Michael Rosenberg
Presenter: Steve Irwin
Off-line Editor: Andrew Naylor
Scriptwriter: David Helton
Production Executive: Barbara Stohlman
Post-Production Manager: Dominic Weston
Director: Mark Strickson
Assistant Editor: Graham MacFarlane
Online Editor: Tim Bolt
Production Accountant: Karen Steele
Producer: Emma Peddie
Cameraman: Jeff Goodman
Music Composer: Piers Partridge
Sound Recordist: Jeff Wood
Sound Editor: John Devine
Dubbing Mixer: Jonathon Jenkins
Graphic Design: Burrell Hifle
Production Co-ordinator: Fiona Mackenzie
Production Organisation: Granada Wild

Related links

Steve Irwin
Clips
A journey across Australia
A journey across Australia
Death adder by name not by nature
Death adder by name not by nature
Tasmania - crawling with snakes
Tasmania - crawling with snakes
Lick of death
Lick of death