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The Horse in MotionThe Horse in Motion (1882)
A groundbreaking piece of work from innovative photographer Eadweard Muybridge, The Horse in Motion is a series of stills featuring a galloping...
Mr Delaware and the Boxing KangarooMr Delaware and the Boxing Kangaroo (1895)
Premiering at the first public projection of motion pictures in Germany, Das Boxende Känguruh is one of the earliest examples of animal...
Pelicans, Lion, and Tigers at London Zoological GardensPelicans, Lion, and Tigers at London Zoological Gardens (1895)
The work of pioneering filmmaker Louis Lumière, Pelicans, Lion and Tigers, London Zoological Gardens features a large male as he paces...
Rough Sea at DoverRough Sea at Dover (1895)
Considered by some to be the first natural history orientated film and one of the oldest surviving British films, Rough Sea at Dover dates back...
Elephants at the ZooElephants at the Zoo (1897)
A cheerful account of exercise time at the London Zoological Gardens, Elephants at the Zoo was released in 1897 by the British Mutoscope and...
Pelicans at the ZooPelicans at the Zoo (1898)
An amusing account of feeding time at Regent’s Park Zoological Gardens, Pelicans at the Zoo was released in 1898 by British Mutoscope and...
Fight Between Tarantula and ScorpionFight Between Tarantula and Scorpion (1900)
Released in 1900 by British Mutoscope and Biograph Company, one of the pioneers of early cinema technology, this silent black and white film...
Spiders on a WebSpiders on a Web (1900)
Consisting of a single shot, Spiders on a Web is one of the earliest British examples of close-up natural history photography. Made by one of...
Lion HuntLion Hunt (1906)
Bursting onto the silver screen in a flurry of controversy, Lion Hunt was a huge international success, telling the story of two hunters in the...
In BirdlandIn Birdland (1907)
A groundbreaking production from renowned natural history photographer and filmmaker Oliver Pike, In Birdland was the first British wildlife...
St. Kilda, Its People and BirdsSt. Kilda, Its People and Birds (1908)
An interesting look at life on a remote island, St. Kilda, Its People and Birds explores both the human and animal population of this important...
Farne IslandsFarne Islands (1909)
Colour film, hand coloured by Pathe Freres, showing the wildlife on the Farne Islands.
The History of a Butterfly - A Romance of Insect LifeThe History of a Butterfly - A Romance of Insect Life (1910)
Directed by one of the pioneers of the cinematic industry, James Williamson, The History of a Butterfly - A Romance of Insect Life is an intriguing...
The Birth of a FlowerUrban Science : The Birth of a Flower (1910)
A lyrical record of nature in action, Urban Science: The Birth of a Flower is a very early example of time-lapse photography, exploring a variety...
With Roosevelt in AfricaWith Roosevelt in Africa (1910)
In the depths of East Africa, hunting enthusiast, keen naturalist and former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt embarks on a specimen collecting...
The Strength and Agility of InsectsThe Strength and Agility of Insects (1911)
A highly entertaining and revealing account of insect ability, The Strength and Agility of Insects presented a view of arthropods quite unlike...
African HuntAfrican Hunt (1912)
Jack London's Adventures in the South Sea IslandsJack London's Adventures in the South Sea Islands (1913)
Among the Cannibal Isles of the South PacificAmong the Cannibal Isles of the South Pacific (1918)
Pin Feather PickaninniesPin Feather Pickaninnies (1918)
The Cuckoo's SecretSecrets of Nature: The Cuckoo's Secret (1922)
An absorbing exploration of this song bird's reproductive habits, The Cuckoo's Secret was the first film in Secrets of Nature, an innovative...
The Sparrow-HawkSecrets of Nature: The Sparrow-Hawk (1922)
An intriguing exploration of the life cycle of this bird of prey, The Sparrow-Hawk was part of Secrets of Nature, an innovative set of single...
With Cherry Kearton in the JungleWith Cherry Kearton in the Jungle (1926)
In the depths of the ‘jungle’, hugely popular naturalist, pioneering wildlife photographer and international star of the silver screen...
Chang: A Drama of the WildernessChang: A Drama of the Wilderness (1927)
Simba: The King of the BeastsSimba: The King of the Beasts (1928)
A groundbreaking travelogue, Simba follows the intrepid American filmmaking couple Osa and Martin Johnson on their four year expedition over...
The Home WreckerSecrets of Nature: The Home Wrecker (1929)
A second film, with updated filming, following up on the work of Edgar Chance and the egg-laying habits of the Cuckoo (Cuculus canorus) .
Dassan: An Adventure in Search of Laughter Featuring Nature's Greatest Little ComediansDassan: An Adventure in Search of Laughter Featuring Nature's Greatest Little Comedians (1930)
A satire on manners, Dassan: An Adventure in Search of Laughter Featuring Nature's Greatest Little Comedians explores the humorous lives and...
Bring 'Em Back Alive Bring 'Em Back Alive  (1932)
In the depths of the Malayan jungle, world-famous American movie actor, hunter and animal collector Frank Buck launches an eight month expedition...
CongorillaCongorilla (1932)
King KongKing Kong (1933)
The Private Life of the GannetsThe Private Life of the Gannets (1934)
A truly landmark film, The Private Life of the Gannets provides an absorbing and atmospheric account of a colony of these graceful sea birds...
Wild CargoWild Cargo (1934)
Wings Over AfricaWings Over Africa (1934)
BaboonaBaboona (1935)
Fang and ClawFang and Claw (1935)
BorneoBorneo (1937)
Jungle MenaceJungle Menace (1937)
The Bird Kingdom of VilsandiThe Bird Kingdom of Vilsandi (1937)
Vladimir Bartles film about the nesting birds of the Vilsandi National Park, Estonia.  This is Attributed to be the first Estonian wildlife...
Vögel über Haff und WiesenVögel über Haff und Wiesen (1938)
Heinz Sielmann's first film (silent) assisted by friend George Shimaksi
Wenn der Traphuhn BalztWenn der Traphuhn Balzt (1938)
Underwater StalkingUnderwater Stalking (1939)
Diving in the Caribbean waters surrounding the island of Curacao, marine zoologist, bestselling author and deep sea photographer Hans Hass explores...
Jungle CavalcadeJungle Cavalcade (1941)
Men among SharksMen among Sharks (1942)
In an early portrayal of the Aegean Sea, marine expert, bestselling author and award-winning Austrian underwater photographer Hans Hass pioneers...
Tiger FangsTiger Fangs (1943)
Zoo ParadeZoo Parade (1950-1957): Zoo Parade (1945)
Secrets of NatureSecrets of Nature (1948)
Seal IslandTrue-Life Adventures: Seal Island (1948)
This film won an Oscar® for the best Short Subject (two-reel) film category at the 21st Academy Awards.
Close-Ups of Bird BehaviourClose-Ups of Bird Behaviour (1949)
One of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds' (RSPB) earliest conservation films, Close-Ups of Bird Behaviour was made to encourage the...
Savage SplendourSavage Splendour (1949)
A Visit to BardseyA Visit to Bardsey (1950)
An early film from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, A Visit to Bardsey provides a glimpse into the habitats and avian life of this...
Handa - and its BirdsHanda - and its Birds (1950)
An early film from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), Handa - and its Birds explores the avian life inhabiting this internationally...
Looking for BirdsLooking for Birds (1950)
An early film from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), Looking for Birds depicts various species of British birds and the variety...
Some British Birds of PreySome British Birds of Prey (1950)
An early film from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), Some British Birds of Prey explores the intimate nesting behaviour of...
Avocet IslandAvocet Island (1951)
An absorbing exploration of the bird life on Havergate Island, Avocet Island is an early film from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds...
Minsmere Nature ReserveMinsmere Nature Reserve (1951)
An early film from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), Minsmere Nature Reserve explores the avian life inhabiting this...
Nature's Half AcreTrue-Life Adventures: Nature's Half Acre (1951)
Behaviour of birds and insects in a microcosmic world (North America). This film won an Oscar® for the best "Short Subject (Two-reel)"...
Water BirdsTrue-Life Adventures: Water Birds (1952)
Aquatic bird life filmed with the co-operation of the National Audubon Society. Oscar® winner in the "Short Subject (two reel)"...
Under the Red SeaUnder the Red Sea (1952)
In the salt ridden Red Sea, oceanographer, bestselling author and world famous marine photographer Hans Hass explores the alien world of underwater...
GorillasAdventure (CBS): Gorillas (1953)
Below the SaharaBelow the Sahara (1953)
Bird Watching for JuniorsBird Watching for Juniors (1953)
An early membership film from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Bird Watching for Juniors was aimed at encouraging young people...
New GroundsNew Grounds (1953)
The Living DesertTrue-Life Adventures: The Living Desert (1953)
The first full-length "True-Life Adventure", about inhabitants of the Great American Desert. This film won an Oscar® for best...
Filming Wild AnimalsFilming Wild Animals (1954)
Bursting onto the small screen with this glamorous series, Filming Wild Animals is a casual and intimate account of Armand and Michaela Denis'...
The Vanishing PrairieTrue-Life Adventures: The Vanishing Prairie (1954)
A wide-ranging film, including desert and mountain (Rockies) fauna. This film won an Oscar® for best Documentary (Feature) at the 27th Academy...
Under the CaribbeanUnder the Caribbean (1954)
An absorbing exploration of the underwater world, Unternehmen Xarifa (Under the Caribbean) documents award-winning marine photographer Hans Hass...
WoodpeckerWoodpecker (1954)
An innovative production from the world-renowned filmmaker and passionate naturalist Heinz Sielmann, Woodpecker (Zimmerleute des Waldes) is an...
Away From the NestAway From the Nest (1955)
Das Jahre der ElcheDas Jahre der Elche (1955)
FoxesLook: Foxes (1955)
Foxes was the very first of Peter Scott's programmes to carry the new name of Look. Including impressive footage from award-winning wildlife...
Programme 12Panorama: Programme 12 (1955)
David Attenborough, Jack Lester and Charles Lagus prepare for their visit to British Guiana by visiting London Zoo to see what animals they can...
Peter Scott: WoodpeckersPeter Scott: Woodpeckers (1955)
In this hugely successful production, Peter Scott interviews world-renowned filmmaker and passionate naturalist Heinz Sielmann about his remarkable...
The Culbin StoryThe Culbin Story (1955)
Zoo Quest to GuianaZoo Quest : Zoo Quest to Guiana (1955)
Zoo Quest to Guiana was the second of the long-running Zoo Quest series to feature David Attenborough as full-time presenter, his talents having...
Bells On Her toesBells On Her toes (1956)
In the AegeanDiving to Adventure: In the Aegean (1956)
The first series to be shown on British television from oceanographers, world famous marine photographers, and bestselling authors Hans and Lotte...
A Place For AnimalsEin Platz für Tiere: A Place For Animals (1956)
A highly engaging live animal show, Ein Platz für Tiere (A Place For Animals) was, for many years, the highest rated programme on German...
No Room for Wild AnimalsNo Room for Wild Animals (1956)
In the depths of the Belgian Congo (now the Democratic Republic of Congo), renowned naturalist and passionate animal welfare activist Bernhard...
Silent WorldSilent World (1956)
Zanzabuku - Dangerous SafariZanzabuku - Dangerous Safari (1956)
This film follows Lewis Cotlow on his 1956 safari through Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, and the Congo, starting at the home of animal hunter and exporter...
Zoo Quest for a Dragon: BorneoZoo Quest : Zoo Quest for a Dragon: Borneo (1956)
The Land of the Magpie GooseFaraway Look: The Land of the Magpie Goose (1957)
A friendly and informative glimpse at a distant land, the first Faraway Look series follows Peter Scott and his wife Philippa as they journey...
FlightLook: Flight (1957)
Zoo Quest for the Paradise Birds: Raine IslandZoo Quest : Zoo Quest for the Paradise Birds: Raine Island (1957)
Zoo Quest for the Paradise Birds: The Barrier ReefZoo Quest : Zoo Quest for the Paradise Birds: The Barrier Reef (1957)
Between the TidesBetween the Tides (1958)
Out of the EggLook: Out of the Egg (1958)
The FulmarLook: The Fulmar (1958)
On the remote Fair Isle off Scotland, ornithologist, renowned wildlife producer and co-founder of the BBC’s Natural History Unit Tony Soper...
Lords of the ForestLords of the Forest (1958)
Cinema documentary film about the animals and people of the Belgian Congo.
Armand and Michaela On Safari: Animal BirthdaysTravellers' Tales: Armand and Michaela On Safari: Animal Birthdays (1958)
Armand and Michaela On Safari: Off the Beaten TrackTravellers' Tales: Armand and Michaela On Safari: Off the Beaten Track (1958)
Armand and Michaela On Safari: Search for GertieTravellers' Tales: Armand and Michaela On Safari: Search for Gertie (1958)
Travellers' Tales follows the dynamic and charming Belgian Armand Denis, a pioneering documentary filmmaker of the 1930s, as he and his glamorous...
Armand and Michaela On Safari: Tanganyka (Flight to Serengeti)Travellers' Tales: Armand and Michaela On Safari: Tanganyka (Flight to Serengeti) (1958)
Armand and Michaela On Safari: The Ngorongoro CraterTravellers' Tales: Armand and Michaela On Safari: The Ngorongoro Crater (1958)
The Undersea World of Adventure: Hans Hass: Underwater PhotographyTravellers' Tales: The Undersea World of Adventure: Hans Hass: Underwater Photography (1958)
A captivating look at early underwater filming techniques, Underwater Photography was the penultimate episode in Hans and Lotte Hass' popular...
Wonders of the World: White WildernessTrue-Life Adventures: Wonders of the World: White Wilderness (1958)
Animals and birds that live on the frozen roof of the world. This film has been widely debated by those interested in the ethics of wildlife...
The Virgin IslandsFaraway Look: The Virgin Islands (1959)
An engaging glimpse into a distant land, Faraway Look: The Virgin Islands documents the first stop of Peter Scott’s journey round Australasia....
Island of BirdsIsland of Birds (1959)
Birds of the R.S.P.B. reserve at Haverage Island, Suffolk, UK
KaribaKariba (1959)
Serengeti Shall Not DieSerengeti Shall Not Die (1959)
Described by legendary wildlife filmmaker Alan Root as, “perhaps the best-known and most influential wildlife film ever made”, Serengeti...
The Mountain GorillaThe Mountain Gorilla (1959)
Wind in the ReedsWind in the Reeds (1959)
Zoo Quest in Paraguay: Butterfly Birds and ArmadillosZoo Quest : Zoo Quest in Paraguay: Butterfly Birds and Armadillos (1959)
CountrymanCountryman (1960)
One of a set of natural history programmes from Anglia Television, Countryman follows Aubrey Buxton, one of its founders and Chief Executives,...
Im dorf der wissen störcheIm dorf der wissen störche (1960)
The Alder Woodwasp and its Insect EnemiesLook: The Alder Woodwasp and its Insect Enemies (1960)
The very first step Gerald Thompson took in the world of wildlife cinematography, "The Alder Woodwasp (Xiphydria cornelus) and" its...
Canoes and Coconut CrabsThe People of Paradise: Canoes and Coconut Crabs (1960)
Outer Islands of FijiThe People of Paradise: Outer Islands of Fiji (1960)
Wings over the DanubeWings over the Danube (1960)
Animals by PostAnimals by Post (1961)
Elsa the LionessElsa the Lioness (1961)
A portrait of a lioness brought up on terms of complete equality in the home of a Kenya game warden.  Thisprogramme was first transmitted...
L for LionLook: L for Lion (1961)
The Best of Walter HighamLook: The Best of Walter Higham (1961)
Bursting with his best footage, this intriguing Look episode celebrates the outstanding cinematography of early BBC wildlife cameraman Walter...
The Silent WatcherLook: The Silent Watcher (1961)
The CairngormsLooking at Britain: The Cairngorms (1961)
Back Among FriendsOn Safari: Back Among Friends (1961)
S.O.S. RhinoS.O.S. Rhino (1961)
Deep in the Madi District of Uganda, Ken Randall and his experienced team enter into a dangerous struggle, chasing down a crash of endangered...
The Last RhinoThe Last Rhino (1961)
The London SceneThe London Scene (1961)
The London Scene is an intriguing guide to the wildlife of England’s concreted metropolis. Aubrey Buxton, director of Anglia Television...
The Unknown ForestThe Unknown Forest (1961)
The first of many bewitching portrayals of his native New Forest, naturalist and world-renowned wildlife filmmaker Eric Ashby spent over four...
Wild HighlandsWild Highlands (1961)
Zoo Quest to MadagascarZoo Quest : Zoo Quest to Madagascar (1961)
In the depths of the Madagascan forest, passionate naturalist, conservationist and hugely popular wildlife presenter David Attenborough searches...
Caviar Fishermen of the CaspianAdventure (BBC): Caviar Fishermen of the Caspian (1962)
Programme 4Animal Magic (1962-1984): Programme 4 (1962)
Programme 7Animal Magic (1962-1984): Programme 7 (1962)
Galapagos - Landung in EdenGalapagos - Landung in Eden (1962)
Cairngorm CountryLook: Cairngorm Country (1962)
Flight to SurinamOn Safari: Flight to Surinam (1962)
Kuomboka (To get out of Water)On Safari: Kuomboka (To get out of Water) (1962)
Nueva Venecia (New Venice)On Safari: Nueva Venecia (New Venice) (1962)
Operation NoahOn Safari: Operation Noah (1962)
The Herons of NairobiOn Safari: The Herons of Nairobi (1962)
Wankie (Hwange)On Safari: Wankie (Hwange) (1962)
We Capture a Manatee On Safari: We Capture a Manatee  (1962)
We Visit the Bush NegroesOn Safari: We Visit the Bush Negroes (1962)
We Visit the Oyana (Wayana) IndiansOn Safari: We Visit the Oyana (Wayana) Indians (1962)
Return of the OspreyReturn of the Osprey (1962)
Quest Under Capricorn: Bush WalkaboutAdventure (BBC): Quest Under Capricorn: Bush Walkabout (1963)
Quest Under Capricorn: The Artists of Arnhem LandAdventure (BBC): Quest Under Capricorn: The Artists of Arnhem Land (1963)
Quest Under Capricorn: The Desert GodsAdventure (BBC): Quest Under Capricorn: The Desert Gods (1963)
Quest Under Capricorn: The First AustraliansAdventure (BBC): Quest Under Capricorn: The First Australians (1963)
The Hunting of the TruffleAdventure (BBC): The Hunting of the Truffle (1963)
FlipperFlipper (1963)
Let's Imagine - Going on SafariLet's Imagine - Going on Safari (1963)
Ernest Neal 'relives' a safari he made in the summer of 1962.  He relates this adventure with film that he took, some early Cherry Kearton...
100th (Centenary Edition)Look: 100th (Centenary Edition) (1963)
A special 40-minute edition introduced by the Duke of Edinburgh, who is (in 1963) Patron of the Council for Nature. This edition concentrates...
Rulers of the KalahariMutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom (1963-1988): Rulers of the Kalahari (1963)
One of the most desolate corners of the Wild kingdom is the Kalahari, a huge desert in Southern Africa.  There are three rulers in the Kalahari,...
The HamsterThe Hamster (1963)
The MajorThe Major (1963)
The first BBC Natural History Unit production to be filmed in colour, The Major is a deeply moving account of an old English oak sadly destined...
First Steps in a Jungle Two in the Bush: First Steps in a Jungle  (1963)
Two in the Bush follows intrepid conservationist, wildlife lover and award-winning novelist Gerald Durrell as he embarks on an extended animal...
Koalas and LyrebirdsTwo in the Bush: Koalas and Lyrebirds (1963)
Reluctant ClownsTwo in the Bush: Reluctant Clowns (1963)
The Animals that VanishedTwo in the Bush: The Animals that Vanished (1963)
Charting the adventures of world-famous conservationist Gerald Durrell, The Animals That Vanished details his search for some of Australia and...
The Attic of the WorldTwo in the Bush: The Attic of the World (1963)
The Giants' NurseryTwo in the Bush: The Giants' Nursery (1963)
The Land of the Long White CloudTwo in the Bush: The Land of the Long White Cloud (1963)
Unarmed HuntersUnarmed Hunters (1963)
An intriguing, behind-the-scenes look at wildlife filmmaking, Unarmed Hunters covers 3 days in the life of the BBC’s Natural History Unit...
Programme 56Animal Magic (1962-1984): Programme 56 (1964)
A memorable episode of the fun-filled series Animal Magic, Episode 56 features 'sacred' scarab beetles, seabird watching at Cape Clear and introduces...
Birds of the AirmailBirds of the Airmail (1964)
Gannets in AlderneyGannets in Alderney (1964)
Les Etacs and Ontac Gannetries, Channel Islands, U.K. filmed from a helicopter in June 1964
KingfisherKingfisher (1964)
Morocan JourneyOn Safari: Morocan Journey (1964)
Continuing their journey through Morocco, Armand and Michaela Denis are guests of a caïd (Qaid).  They learn to eat cous cous, a Moroccan...
Alaska TrailThe Rare Ones: Alaska Trail (1964)
Condor CountryThe Rare Ones: Condor Country (1964)
Search for the MuskoxThe Rare Ones: Search for the Muskox (1964)
The Land of the AntelopeThe Rare Ones: The Land of the Antelope (1964)
The Last Stronghold of the Great MammalsThe Rare Ones: The Last Stronghold of the Great Mammals (1964)
The Wild WestThe Rare Ones: The Wild West (1964)
God's JungleTravellers' Tales: God's Jungle (1964)
Zambezi: Livingstone's RiverAdventure (BBC): Zambezi: Livingstone's River (1965)
David Attenborough with Geoffrey Mulligan (Cameraman) and Bob Roberts (Sound) follow the river Zambezi from its source in the centre of Affrica,...
Zambezi: Lord of the LandAdventure (BBC): Zambezi: Lord of the Land (1965)
David Attenborough with Geoffrey Mulligan (Cameraman) and Bob Roberts (Sound) follow the river Zambezi from its source in the centre of Affrica,...
Zambezi: The Ancient HighwayAdventure (BBC): Zambezi: The Ancient Highway (1965)
David Attenborough with Geoffrey Mulligan (Cameraman) and Bob Roberts (Sound) follow the river Zambezi from its source in the centre of Affrica,...
Programme 77Animal Magic (1962-1984): Programme 77 (1965)
Chimpanzees conducting tea parties, badgers scurrying around Glastonbury and clips from the award-winning Disney film That Darn Cat, Episode...
Expeditions into the Animal KingdomExpeditions into the Animal Kingdom (1965)
Expeditionen ins Tierreich (Expeditions into the Animal Kingdom) was a hugely popular, long running German natural history programme. Teaching...
Miss Goodall and the Wild ChimpanzeesMiss Goodall and the Wild Chimpanzees (1965)
The first ever film National Geographic produced, Miss Goodall and the Wild Chimpanzees formed part of the Society’s mission to televise...
One Step From a CrocodileOne Step From a Crocodile (1965)
A reportage from Cuba.  The setting of the film is very romanic; the waters round Zapata peninsula, the reefs and islets of Isla de Pinos,...
A Bull Called MariusA Bull Called Marius (1966)
From the heart of beautiful Provence, this fifty minute documentary provides a vivid glimpse into the wild, black bulls of Carmargue. Raised...
Birds in SnowBirds in Snow (1966)
Born FreeBorn Free (1966)
Broadland WinterBroadland Winter (1966)
The Beef MineCatch me a Colobus : The Beef Mine (1966)
In the depths of Sierra Leone's jungle, wildlife lover, leading conservationist and award-winning author, Gerald Durrell launches a full-scale...
In theLand of ElkIn theLand of Elk (1966)
Private Life of the KingfisherLook: Private Life of the Kingfisher (1966)
Broadcast as part of the BBC's Look strand, Private Life of the Kingfisher is a detailed, intriguing portrayal of these fast and vibrant fishers....
MetamorphosisMetamorphosis (1966)
To The South Pole with Peter ScottTo The South Pole with Peter Scott (1966)
Captain Robert Falcon Scott's fateful journey to the Pole (1912) with his small band of companions has become legend.  54 years later (1966...
Walk into the Parlour: The Spiders of BritainWalk into the Parlour: The Spiders of Britain (1966)
A technically stunning account of a much maligned creature, Walk into the Parlour: The Spiders of Britain was first broadcast during National...
Gerald DurrellAnimal People: Gerald Durrell (1967)
Familiar to millions as a maker and presenter of zoological television programmes and the author of a whole host of entertaining best-sellers,...
Peter ScottAnimal People: Peter Scott (1967)
Animal People was designed to give a more personal account of several high profile wildlife presenters, exploring not only their relationships...
Lockende WildnisLockende Wildnis (1967)
An Island In DangerLook: An Island In Danger (1967)
The Enchanted IslesThe Enchanted Isles (1967)
World Wildlife Fund Expeditions to PakistanWorld Wildlife Fund Expeditions to Pakistan (1967)
HarambeeHarambee (1968)
China: Behind the Bamboo CurtainLook: China: Behind the Bamboo Curtain (1968)
Qiviut - The Golden Fleece of ArcticQiviut - The Golden Fleece of Arctic (1968)
This film follows on the story of Muskoxen (Ovibos moschatus) domestication experiments from Eurek, 80 degrees North.  It opens on Ellesmere...
Signals for SurvivalSignals for Survival (1968)
An in-depth and intriguing study of behaviour and communication in a single species, the lesser black-backed gull, Signals for Survival sheds...
The World of Jacques-Yves CousteauThe World of Jacques-Yves Cousteau (1968)
This unusual film records events in the lives of six oceanauts who pioneered an inner space expedition 328 feet below the surface of the Mediterranean...
Cays, crabs and cucumbersWild Jamaica: Cays, crabs and cucumbers (1968)
Broadcast as part of the The World About Us strand, Cays, Crabs and Cucumbers is the second of two programmes examining the rich abundance of...
Trapdoors, Tyrants and TadpolesWild Jamaica: Trapdoors, Tyrants and Tadpoles (1968)
Delving deep into the Caribbean wildlife so often overlooked by tourists, Wild Jamaica provides an in-depth and intriguing insight into the flora...
AmboseliAmboseli (1969)
A film of Africa's wildlife and its fight for survival.
Mzima: Portrait of a Spring Mzima: Portrait of a Spring  (1969)
In this epic, hour-long special, award-winning filmmakers Alan and Joan Root explore the myriad life that flourishes in Kenya’s Mzima spring....
Ring of Bright WaterRing of Bright Water (1969)
Graham Merrill (Travers) buys an otter from a London pet shop and decides to leave the hustle and bustle of the city for the tranquil beauty...
SimbaSimba (1969)
A report for children over 11 on Boraas Zoo in Sweden where animals enjoy a greater freedom (in1969) than is usual in zoos.  As Headkeeper...
The BushbabyThe Bushbaby (1969)
The Private Life of the RobinThe Private Life of the Robin (1969)
The Robin is britain's most popular bird (1969); it strikes up fiendships with humans and nests in the unlikeliest places.  At Christmas...
African SeafariAfrican Seafari (1970)
Kenya's three-hundred mile coastline tends to get overlooked in a country whose main attraction is 'big game'.  But, offshore the warm waters...
Open ZoosAnimal Magic (1962-1984): Open Zoos (1970)
Across the Great Salt DesertWildlife Safari to Ethiopia : Across the Great Salt Desert (1970)
An intriguing and entertaining travelogue, Wildlife Safari to Ethiopia: 1: Across the Great Salt Desert charts world-renowned wildlife producer...
Africa's Newest National ParkWildlife Safari to Ethiopia : Africa's Newest National Park (1970)
The Blue NileWildlife Safari to Ethiopia : The Blue Nile (1970)
The expedition explores the gorge - as grand as the Grand Canyon.  the most famous inhabitant is the Nile crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus),...
The DahlaksWildlife Safari to Ethiopia : The Dahlaks (1970)
The High SimienWildlife Safari to Ethiopia : The High Simien (1970)
The expedition sets out for its final objective; Ras Degen, 15,158 feet above sea level.  The peaks of the High Simien are one of teh world's...
The TablelandsWildlife Safari to Ethiopia : The Tablelands (1970)
Cry of the PenguinsCry of the Penguins (1971)
Death of a LegendDeath of a Legend (1971)
Since the first white men entered canada the stories of the wolf's ferocity have multiplied.  Man's fear and ignorance have led him to hunt...
Pelican FlywayPelican Flyway (1971)
The Country we are MakingThe Country we are Making (1971)
Dragons of GalapagosThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): Dragons of Galapagos (1971)
On the crumbling lava rocks of the Galapagos Islands, where the teperature reaches 120 degrees F before noon, rows of scaly 'dragons' sun themselves. ...
The Lagoon of Lost ShipsThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): The Lagoon of Lost Ships (1971)
Countdown for the EvergladesThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Countdown for the Everglades (1971)
Cape Kennedy, the launch pad for mankind's latest space venture, lies on the coast of Florida - a State with an expanding population faced with...
Ghosts at the End of the EarthThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Ghosts at the End of the Earth (1971)
A new quest for Lemurs.  Lemurs are animals unique to Madagascar.  They have been isolated on this vast island off the south-east coast...
La Vie en MouvementThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): La Vie en Mouvement (1971)
This film from France might have been called 'the running, jumping, and anything-but-standing-still film', for it is all about animal movement. The...
The Uninhabited IslandsThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): The Uninhabited Islands (1971)
Scattered in a lost corner of the Indian Ocean, once the haunt of pirates and their treasure ships, lie 93 islands, among them Aldabra, the Amirantes...
There are Monkeys at the Bottom of the GardenThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): There are Monkeys at the Bottom of the Garden (1971)
Isolated  in the heart of bustling Singapore, four troupes of wild 'crab-eating' macaques share the freedom of the city's Botanic Garden...
Food From the SeaFood From the Sea (1972)
This film deals with Japanese fish cultivation, the problems of scientists living on the sea bed, and studying the sea-bed for food resources.
The Making of a Natural History FilmHorizon (1964- ): The Making of a Natural History Film (1972)
The Flight of the Snow GeeseThe Flight of the Snow Geese (1972)
Journeying over 2,500 miles, keen ornithologists and award-winning wildlife filmmakers Des and Jen Bartlett were the first naturalists to follow...
The Insect Man The Insect Man  (1972)
Profiling the life and work of the great French 19th Century entomologist Jean-Henri Fabre, The Insect Man uses an intriguing drama format with...
The Private Life of the Grey SealThe Private Life of the Grey Seal (1972)
Revealed in intimate detail, the life-style of Britan's largest wild animal is filmed for the first time.  The Grey seal (Halichoerus grypus)...
The Private Life of the Herring GullThe Private Life of the Herring Gull (1972)
A round-the-year story of an island colony of gulls in the Bristol Channel.  The Herring gull (Larus argentatus) is one of the few species...
Secrets of the Sunken CavesThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): Secrets of the Sunken Caves (1972)
Jacques Cousteau attempts to unravel the mystery of the 'blue holes' of the caribbean, strange cavitis in the sea floor beleived to be bottomless...
The Forgotten MermaidsThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): The Forgotten Mermaids (1972)
Christopher Columbus spotted three mermaids off the coast of Haiti in 1493.  'They are not as beautiful as they had been painted', he wrote. ...
The Vanishing HedgerowsThe Vanishing Hedgerows (1972)
Steens Mountain: A Wildlife WesternThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Steens Mountain: A Wildlife Western (1972)
In 1872 a Californian cattle king, Pete French, first saw the valley of the Donner und Blitzen river in what has now become the State of Oregon. ...
Twilight of the TigerThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Twilight of the Tiger (1972)
The drastic decline in the number of wild tigers at large in the Indian sub-continent reflects the general disappearance of a great deal of wild...
Los Glaciares National ParkWildlife Safari to The Argentine: Los Glaciares National Park (1972)
Among the Patagonian Andes, this park offers the most spectacular scenery in all Argentina.  An ice-cap feeds glaciers of extraordinary...
PatagoniaWildlife Safari to The Argentine: Patagonia (1972)
In the wake of Magellan, the expedition searches for wildlife along the coast of legendary patagonia.  Studies are made of the Mara or Patagonian...
The High AndesWildlife Safari to The Argentine: The High Andes (1972)
A six-part series of zoological exploration.  introduced by Jeffery Boswall.  The expedition starts at 16,000 feet where the climate...
The PampasWildlife Safari to The Argentine: The Pampas (1972)
The expedition lives among the pampas animals immortalised in the writings of William Henry Hudson.  Here is Argentina's national bird,...
To the Falls of IguazuWildlife Safari to The Argentine: To the Falls of Iguazu (1972)
The expedition discovers howler monkeys and colourful toucans in the steamy sub-tropical jungles; water-loving capybaras - the world's largest...
Antarctic WinterAntarctic Winter (1973)
HermaphroditesOur Nature (Denmark): Hermaphrodites (1973)
The Devil's EggOur Nature (Denmark): The Devil's Egg (1973)
The Forest LakeOur Nature (Denmark): The Forest Lake (1973)
The Family That Lives With ElephantsThe Family That Lives With Elephants (1973)
Together with his wife and children, zoologist and leading conservationist Dr Iain Douglas-Hamilton spent five years in the beautiful Lake Manyara...
HippoThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): Hippo (1973)
Smile of the WalrusThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): Smile of the Walrus (1973)
The Wild Dogs of AfricaThe Wild Dogs of Africa (1973)
A riveting and incredibly dramatic account of African wild dogs, world renowned wildlife cameraman, Hugo van Lawick, explores behaviour and social...
Cranborne ChaseThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Cranborne Chase (1973)
The Other IcelandThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): The Other Iceland (1973)
Cod wars and volcanic eruptions put Iceland on the front page, but what's behind the headlines?  Why do the Icelanders so fiercely defend...
The Wildlife of New YorkThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): The Wildlife of New York (1973)
New York - the ultimate in man-made environments and the last place to make a wildlife film... or is it?  There are, in fact, parakeets...
Tiger TrailThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Tiger Trail (1973)
Birds Do It, Bees Do ItBirds Do It, Bees Do It (1974)
El Azote del SolEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): El Azote del Sol (1974)
El Paraiso de las AvesEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): El Paraiso de las Aves (1974)
El Pueblo Bravo - Guaicas ivEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): El Pueblo Bravo - Guaicas iv (1974)
La Isla de los AlcatracesEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): La Isla de los Alcatraces (1974)
La Nutria Gigante SudamericanaEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): La Nutria Gigante Sudamericana (1974)
La Selva Virgen VenezolandEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): La Selva Virgen Venezoland (1974)
GorillaGorilla (1974)
In the depths of Zaire's Kahuzi-Biega National Park, award-winning wildlife cameraman Dieter Plage explores the incredibly social world of the...
In the Protection of the WildernessIn the Protection of the Wilderness (1974)
This film covers a journey made in 1974 through the Mexican jungle in search of rare orchids in the state of Chiapas through mangrove swamps...
Red Sea FascinationRed Sea Fascination (1974)
Dr. Eduard Tschokl's film shows his expedition to the Dahlak archipelago in the Red Sea. Apart from bizarre tropical fish and corals they also...
Edge of the AbyssSurvival Special: Edge of the Abyss (1974)
This film focuses on the Simien Mountains of Ethiopia which are home to creatures that exists nowhere else on earth but which are now (in 1974)...
The Desert is WinningThe Desert is Winning (1974)
A third of the world's land surface is desert, and the deserts are still (1974) spreading, reducing our oxygen supply. Uwe Dieter George travelled...
The Tender TrapThe Tender Trap (1974)
A curious look at the bloodier side of botany, The Tender Trap is an in-depth account of four types of carnivorous plant - the venus...
Beavers of the North CountryThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): Beavers of the North Country (1974)
Beneath the Frozen WorldThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): Beneath the Frozen World (1974)
The third of four reports from the calypso on her visit to the Antarctic.  How do you film Antarctic wildlife above and below the freezing...
Blizzard at Hope BayThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): Blizzard at Hope Bay (1974)
Life at the End of the WorldThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): Life at the End of the World (1974)
South to Fire and IceThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): South to Fire and Ice (1974)
The first of four repors from the Calypso on a visit to the Antarctic.  When Cousteau sails to the coldest, windiest and most reacherous...
The Flight of the PenguinsThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): The Flight of the Penguins (1974)
The second of four reports from the Calypso on her visit to the Antarctic.  Sixty million years ago the ancestors of penguins flew; now...
The Singing WhaleThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): The Singing Whale (1974)
The Sleeping Sharks of YucatanThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): The Sleeping Sharks of Yucatan (1974)
Doyen diver Jacques Cousteau personally leads his divers on an underwater probe of secret Mexican caverns - the haunts of sleeping sharks. ...
The Unsinkable Sea OtterThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): The Unsinkable Sea Otter (1974)
Tradegy of the Red SalmonThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): Tradegy of the Red Salmon (1974)
WhalesThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): Whales (1974)
The Year of the Green CentreThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): The Year of the Green Centre (1974)
Australia's wettest year on record [to 1973] has brought floods and disaster to many areas.  Central Australia is the driest part of this...
Wildlife in the Holy LandThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Wildlife in the Holy Land (1974)
The Year of the WildebeestThe Year of the Wildebeest (1974)
Successfully conveying the sheer scale and enormity of the wildebeest (Connochaetes gnou) migration, The Year of the Wildebeest, provides a breathtakingly...
Edge of the Cold: Year of the KingsEdge of the Cold: Year of the Kings (1975)
CiguenasEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): Ciguenas (1975)
CiguenasEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): Ciguenas (1975)
El Buitre NegroEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): El Buitre Negro (1975)
El Buitre NegroEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): El Buitre Negro (1975)
El Macho MontesEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): El Macho Montes (1975)
El Macho MontesEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): El Macho Montes (1975)
El Proyectil Viviente o El Halcon PeregrinoEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): El Proyectil Viviente o El Halcon Peregrino (1975)
Las Lagunas o Tablas de DaimielEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): Las Lagunas o Tablas de Daimiel (1975)
Los Pequenos Matadores del BosqueEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): Los Pequenos Matadores del Bosque (1975)
Los Pequenos Matadores del BosqueEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): Los Pequenos Matadores del Bosque (1975)
Senores del BosqueEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): Senores del Bosque (1975)
Valle de las AguilaEl Hombre Y La Tierra (Man and Earth), TV Espanola (1975-1980): Valle de las Aguila (1975)
Flying Prince of WildlifeFlying Prince of Wildlife (1975)
Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands (1911 - 2004) flies helicopters and jets - in fact he moves in the jet-set of the world's kings and queens...
JawsJaws (1975)
Orphans of the ForestOrphans of the Forest (1975)
Safari by BalloonSurvival Special: Safari by Balloon (1975)
The flight over Mount Killimanjaro in Tanzania in a hot air baloon at a height of 25,000 feet was for Survival cameraman Alan Root and his wife...
Bill's Big HillTaste For Adventure: Bill's Big Hill (1975)
A film about Bill Woodley a warden in Mt. Kenya and Aberdare National Parks, Kenya
Coral Divers of CorsicaThe Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (1966-1976): Coral Divers of Corsica (1975)
The famous underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau takes his research vessel calypso on a voyage of adventure and scientific discovery.  Toussaint...
A Bay in the BalanceThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): A Bay in the Balance (1975)
Balmain bugs, gummy sharks, sea pens and ghost shrimps - all part of the network of life that makes Australia's Westernport Bay a focus of attention...
Eagle CountryThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Eagle Country (1975)
OkavangoThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Okavango (1975)
The Great Turtle MysteryThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): The Great Turtle Mystery (1975)
Lure Of The DolphinsLure Of The Dolphins (1976)
The dolphin has risen to top popularity as an entertainer because of its grace, beauty and intelligent feats.  Fascination with dolphins,...
Namib... Strange Creatures of the Skeleton CoastNamib... Strange Creatures of the Skeleton Coast (1976)
Journeying to the heart of the world's oldest desert, Strange Creatures of the Skeleton Coast provides a pioneering portrait of life in the Namib. Celebrating...
The PredatorsThe Predators (1976)
In the Shadow of the FalconThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): In the Shadow of the Falcon (1976)
The peregrine falcon is one of the world's most spectacular birds of prey.  It is also one of the rarest, yet in the wild places of Britain...
The World's Newest IslandThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): The World's Newest Island (1976)
On 14th November 1963 Surtur, the Fire Giant, erupted out of the North Atlantic; this was the spectacular birth of Sturtsey, an island off iceland's...
The Year of the LadybirdsThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): The Year of the Ladybirds (1976)
The long, hot summer [of 1976] - the driest for two centuries - was seen by most of us as a year of disaster for the countryside.  But was...
Across the Cactus DesertWildlife Safari to Mexico: Across the Cactus Desert (1976)
On The Scorpion ReefWildlife Safari to Mexico: On The Scorpion Reef (1976)
Save the Jungle!Wildlife Safari to Mexico: Save the Jungle! (1976)
To The Islands of the Sea WolfWildlife Safari to Mexico: To The Islands of the Sea Wolf (1976)
Badger WatchBadger Watch (1977)
A unique opportunity to observe a colony of wild badgers, Badger Watch was a week of live nightly broadcasts from a large sett in Gloucestershire....
Forest in the CloudsThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Forest in the Clouds (1977)
What is a jungle?  How do its creatures find a place to live in what appears to be an inpenetrable green tangle?  The forests of Costa...
Island of the Mountain DuckThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Island of the Mountain Duck (1977)
Fighting ducks, curious quokkas and an abundance of ospreys share an island world of salt lakes, pounding seas and relentless sun. This is the...
Mr. Beesley's Secret GardenThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Mr. Beesley's Secret Garden (1977)
The Year of the DeerThe Year of the Deer (1977)
Shown as part of the Wildlife on One strand, Year of the Deer is a sensitive and intimate portrayal of fallow deer in Hampshire's New Forest...
Tiger, TigerTiger, Tiger (1977)
Mysterious Castles of ClayMysterious Castles of Clay (1978)
Punctuating the skyline of the African plains with their distinctive silhouettes, giant termite mounds support an abundance of life, and not...
The Elusive MermaidThe Elusive Mermaid (1978)
Africa's Tallest StoryThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Africa's Tallest Story (1978)
Mysteries of the Green MountainThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Mysteries of the Green Mountain (1978)
Weird and exotic jungles clothe the slopes of Mount Mulu, the newest [in 1978] national park in Sarawak, Borneo.  They have been home to...
Two in the Bush Two in the Bush  (1978)
A behind-the-scenes view of an adventurous pair of wildlife filmmakers, Two in the Bush is a compilation film telling the story of award-winning...
Night Birds of BangkokWildlife Safari to Thailand: Night Birds of Bangkok (1978)
Programme 407Animal Magic (1962-1984): Programme 407 (1979)
An instant hit, Animal Magic was a fun-filled show, using an entertaining format to teach children about animals and their care. Covering infant...
The Living SeaBeside the sea: The Living Sea (1979)
The life in a mouthful of sea water.
Bird of the ThunderwomanBird of the Thunderwoman (1979)
Life in the TreesLife on Earth: Life in the Trees (1979)
The penultimate installment of the BBC's natural history blockbuster Life on Earth, Life in the Trees offers an intriguing exploration of the...
The Infinite VarietyLife on Earth: The Infinite Variety (1979)
The opening episode of a landmark series, The Infinite Variety was the first of thirteen installments in David Attenborough's pioneering natural...
Tarka The OtterTarka The Otter (1979)
A fictional account written by Henry Williamson of the life story of an otter in Devon during the 1920s from the moment of its birth to its death...
The Man Who Loved BearsThe Man Who Loved Bears (1979)
The InvadersThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): The Invaders (1979)
Anthony Smith reviews those battalions of plants and animals that, since the Ice Age ended, have become, sometimes surprisingly, British. ...
All Change to CharngsWildlife Safari to Thailand: All Change to Charngs (1979)
Neither Land Nor SeaWildlife Safari to Thailand: Neither Land Nor Sea (1979)
To The Island of Pi Pi LeeWildlife Safari to Thailand: To The Island of Pi Pi Lee (1979)
Amate: The Great Fig TreeAmate: The Great Fig Tree (1980)
Journeying deep into the tropical forests of Belize, this Partridge Films production delivers a technically stunning account of life both in...
Programme 417Animal Magic (1962-1984): Programme 417 (1980)
Animal OlympiansAnimal Olympians (1980)
Animal Olympians examines the extraordinary athletic prowess of the animal kingdom, comparing and contrasting the beauty, endurance and sheer...
TailsAnimals in Action : Tails (1980)
The first episode in Anglia's long-running children's wildife series, Animals in Action: Tails examines the variety, structure and functions...
Etosha: The Place of Dry WaterEtosha: The Place of Dry Water (1980)
The first ever Golden Panda award winner at Wildscreen 1982, Etosha: The Place of Dry Water provides an intimate and evocative portrayal of the...
The Rotten World About UsThe Rotten World About Us (1980)
Conducting a survey of all things rotten and rancid, this production was the dream child of renowned wildlife producer Barry Paine. Waiting over...
Feast or FamineThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Feast or Famine (1980)
Fishing from Ullapool, Scotland, UK
Kopje - A Rock for All SeasonsThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Kopje - A Rock for All Seasons (1980)
Granite islands set in a rolling ocean of grassland.  Massive outcrops of Africa's acient bed-rock dwarfed by the immense surrounding plains...
Tree of ThornsThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Tree of Thorns (1980)
The umbrella-like, thorny Acacia tree is home, larder, food, shade and hunting-ground for a wealth of African creaures.  But it is the making...
All the World in a HedgeAll the World in a Hedge (1981)
For this film the hedge is an oasis where birds, mammals and insects are born, live, and breed.  But, modern agriculture needs more space...
All Things ....All Things .... (1981)
The hymn 'All Things Bright and Beautiful' credits God with the more pleasant aspects of natural life, but this film sets out in a lighthearted...
Animal ImpostersAnimal Imposters (1981)
A Film that shows how snakes, butterflies, fish, turtles and many other kinds of animals use remarkable forms of deception to achieve their aims:...
Antarctic ManAntarctic Man (1981)
Down the Garden PathBellamy's Backyard Safari : Down the Garden Path (1981)
In the depths of a suburban back garden, botanist, broadcaster and environmental campaigner David Bellamy explores the intriguing world lurking...
Beyond the Foaming HorseBeyond the Foaming Horse (1981)
This is an underwater fantasy for viewers of all ages.  It was filmed in the coastal waters of south Devon where a viriety of sea creatures...
Birds of the Indian MonsoonBirds of the Indian Monsoon (1981)
This film follows the fortunes of birds and other wildlife for a year at Keoland Ghana bird sanctuary at Bharatpur in Norther India.  It's...
Birds of Tokai - Central JapanBirds of Tokai - Central Japan (1981)
The Tokai district, close to the centre of the japamese archipelago, attracts nearly all the types of birds that live on the island.  the...
Bustard - The Bird of the PusztaBustard - The Bird of the Puszta (1981)
The Bustard is perhaps the greatest bird of Europe.  Whereas once ut lived in large groups throughout the continent, in recent years its...
Coral Gardens of the Banda Sea IICoral Gardens of the Banda Sea II (1981)
The coral gardens of the Banda Sea are famous for their beauty and for their crystal clear waters.  This film is an underwater documentary...
Fascinating Bird FlightFascinating Bird Flight (1981)
This film gives a simple explanaion of the aerodynamics of gliding, soaring, flapping flight, take off and landing.  It also looks at the...
Give a Dog a Bad NameGive a Dog a Bad Name (1981)
This film follows the life of a pack of hunting dogs on the Serengeti plains of Africa during the time they are raising a litter of pups. ...
Kingfisher - Secret Splendour of the BrooksKingfisher - Secret Splendour of the Brooks (1981)
This is a study of the Kingfisher from the building of the nest to the fledging of the young.  It includes rare shots from inside the tunnel...
Last Stronghold of the EaglesLast Stronghold of the Eagles (1981)
This film shows the need for the protection of the habitat of the Bald eagle in south east Alaska.  It includes the life history of eagles...
Life of the DemoisellesLife of the Demoiselles (1981)
Throughout Europe live species of dragonfly known as the Beautiful demoiselle and Banded demoiselle.  This film shows the life cycles of...
Life Without Man - The EnemyLife Without Man - The Enemy (1981)
'Life Without Man' aims to show the life behaviour patterns in the wild - for example, how do birds that cannot fly any more manage?  Are...
Master of UngavaMaster of Ungava (1981)
'The Master of Ungava' is the caribou.  He's from a big country and he knows how to live there, feeling its rhythm along with the seasons. ...
Mountain GorillaMountain Gorilla (1981)
In this film Earl Holliman joins anthropologist Dian Fossey in her study of the Mountan Gorilla - a surpisingly gentle giant that is disappearing.
A Natural Turn of EventsNature of Things: A Natural Turn of Events (1981)
In 1959 The Leslie Street spin in Toronto was just a convenient place to dump earth excavated from building sites. But since then it has grown...
Island of the moonNature of Things: Island of the moon (1981)
A documentary film, 'The Island of the Moon', was made in Madagascar, which, for the last 60 million years, has been separated from the continent...
Mauritius KestrelNature Watch: Mauritius Kestrel (1981)
'Mauritius kestrel' features one of the most exciting natural history rescues of this century. Carl Jones, a young welsh ornithologist, is filmed...
Penguin ChristmasPenguin Christmas (1981)
Penguin Christmas was filmed in the Falkland Islands and shows a vast colony of Rockhopper penguins coming asore to breed in October.  It...
Project PuffinProject Puffin (1981)
This film shows the efforts of an Audubon biologist to re-establish a breeding colony of Atlantic puffins on an island off the coast of maine. ...
Ribbon of Life: One Man's ReefRibbon of Life: One Man's Reef (1981)
Alastair Birtles - a marine biologist - explores Australia's Great Barrier Reef, unravelling the intricacies of the relationships of its inhabitants...
Sealion SummerSealion Summer (1981)
When the brief sub-Antarctic summer comes to Enderby Island, so does the World's rarest sealion - Hooker's sealion.  This film studies the...
Secrets of an Alien WorldSecrets of an Alien World (1981)
This is a close-up look at the world of insects - their physiology, behaviour and their impact on man.  Also why it is important to understand...
Sexual Encounters of the Floral KindSexual Encounters of the Floral Kind (1981)
The first ever Panda award winner for cinematography at Wildscreen 1982, Sexual Encounters of the Floral Kind provides a visually stunning exploration...
Shark!Shark! (1981)
This documentary sets out to dispel many of the myths that surround one of the most maligned of all animals - the shark.  Working on the...
Spiny Knights and Church FalconsSpiny Knights and Church Falcons (1981)
This is an expedition into the world of animals in Hamburg.  The film tries to show how important not only for man but even more for animals...
The Harp SealThe Harp Seal (1981)
The Harp seal is an animal superbly fitted to life in the icy waters of the North-west Atlantic.  The film starts with some unique footage...
The Hippos of Ishasha RiverThe Hippos of Ishasha River (1981)
A natural history of the hippopotamus illustrating its social and terratorial behaviour, its mating, birth and the ecology and methods of the...
The Incredible Heap - The Story of Garden CompostThe Incredible Heap - The Story of Garden Compost (1981)
Most gardeners use compost but they know virtually nothing of the world they create in makinga heap.  This film shows the processes and...
The Life of the Sea UrchinsThe Life of the Sea Urchins (1981)
This production features the biology and life circle of the sea urchins.  It was filmed in the Caribbean and the Red Sea and includes underwater...
The Marshes of La ManchaThe Marshes of La Mancha (1981)
This film is a description of the bird life that can be found in the marshes of the middle of Spain in the region of La Mancha
The Mysterious BeeThe Mysterious Bee (1981)
This is a personal documentary of the Honey bee by Phil Simon.  As a hobby, he kept them in his suburban garden and over a two year period...
The Realm of the RaingooseThe Realm of the Raingoose (1981)
This programme features a pair of Red-throated divers - known in scottish folklore as the raingoose.  It shows how they display, how they...
The Sea Behind the DunesThe Sea Behind the Dunes (1981)
This film shows 9 months in the life of a coastal lagoon and the fragile eco-system which supports the entire ocean.  It was filmed on the...
The Seas Must LiveThe Seas Must Live (1981)
This documentary records the growing catalogue of man-made disasters.  Disasters which are polluting the World's oceans and bringing some...
The WaterholeThe Waterhole (1981)
This film shows the wildlife at a waterhole in the Etosha National Park in Africa at the height of the dry season.
The WillowThe Willow (1981)
This is a portrait of the wild willow trees of Britain and was filmed on the Somerset levels where these trees form an integral part of the habitat. ...
OspreyThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Osprey (1981)
This production shows how the osprey's private life compares with the public image and what makes it one of the most spectacular birds in the...
Voices in the ForestVoices in the Forest (1981)
The highland people of Papua New Guinea draw their cultural strength and identity from the Birds of Paradise.  This film describes the complex...
What to do with the Dutch SwallowsWhat to do with the Dutch Swallows (1981)
This film features the islands and the sea of Wadden with their remarkable wildlife as well as the dangers that menace them.  Dangers such...
Wildlife in SindWildlife in Sind (1981)
Pakistan has some of the rarest species of wildlife, especially the Sind Ibex (Capra aegagrus blythi).  In this documentary, the producers...
Flower from The FlamesWildlife on One (1977 - 2005): Flower from The Flames (1981)
A film about the natural history of South African Proteas plants.
Lady of the SpidersWildlife on One (1977 - 2005): Lady of the Spiders (1981)
The Impossible BirdWildlife on One (1977 - 2005): The Impossible Bird (1981)
The Ostrich!  It's a freak that can't fly but it can run at 40 miles an hour.  It's the world's largest bird - 9 fet tall and it lays...
The Water WalkersWildlife on One (1977 - 2005): The Water Walkers (1981)
In the miniature world at the surface of Britain's ponds and streams, the laws of physics take on new dimensions.  here, water bends and...
Twentieth Century FoxWildlife on One (1977 - 2005): Twentieth Century Fox (1981)
Over the years and almost unnoticed the fox population has been building up in our towns and cities.  To most people foxes are dirty, mangy,...
Episode 8Wildtrack: Episode 8 (1981)
This is a programme made for children aged between six and twelve years.  It is a magazine in which, in this episode, the presenters look...
Programme 33: PuffinsWildtrack: Programme 33: Puffins (1981)
Programme 34:  ShearwatersWildtrack: Programme 34: Shearwaters (1981)
Yambarukulana - Okinawan RailYambarukulana - Okinawan Rail (1981)
While work on dams and highways was going on in one of the vast primeval forests in Okinawa, a primitive, unknown bird, the Yambarukulana, (Rallus...
Cruel CameraCruel Camera (1982)
Korup - An African RainforestFragile Earth: Korup - An African Rainforest (1982)
In the depths of Korup, Cameroon's secluded rainforest, director Phil Agland uses a range of interesting filming techniques and unusual camera...
The Bat that Cracked the Frog CodeThe Bat that Cracked the Frog Code (1982)
In the depths of the Panamanian jungle, bat expert, leading conservationist and award-winning wildlife photographer Dr Merlin Tuttle explores...
In Praise of GodThe Discovery of Animal Behaviour: In Praise of God (1982)
Natural Mysteries The Discovery of Animal Behaviour: Natural Mysteries  (1982)
A six part series from award-winning producer John Sparks, The Discovery of Animal Behaviour is an engaging account of behavioural research in...
Ice, Wind and FireThe Flight of the Condor: Ice, Wind and Fire (1982)
An epic portrayal of the Andean landscape, The Flight of the Condor: Ice, Wind and Fire celebrates the sheer majesty of this massive area. Shown...
In Pursuit of the BoarThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): In Pursuit of the Boar (1982)
The last wild boar in Britain was killed three centuies ago.  More ferocious than the big cats yet secretive and seldome seen, wild pigs...
What on Earth?What on Earth? (1982)
Wildlife JubileeWildlife Jubilee (1982)
Broadcast in 1982, Wildlife Jubilee is a one-off special celebrating twenty five years of the BBC’s Natural History Unit (NHU). Peter Fiddick...
Programme 2Wildlife Talkabout: Programme 2 (1982)
Celebrating twenty five years of the Natural History Unit (NHU), Wildlife Talkabout: 2 is an interesting glimpse into the world of wildlife filmmaking,...
Programme 4Wildlife Talkabout: Programme 4 (1982)
Celebrating twenty five years of the Natural History Unit (NHU), Wildlife Talkabout: 4 is an interesting glimpse into the world of wildlife filmmaking,...
Wildscreen Panda Awards 1982Wildscreen Panda Awards 1982 (1982)
Televised presentation of "Panda" awards for The Wildscreen Film Festival 1982
A Bird in the HandA Bird in the Hand (1983)
This film is set in the middle of Sweden in an area famous for its sea birds. It is a poetic story about young people setting out in the early...
A Bite for SurvivalA Bite for Survival (1983)
Shot in Norway, This production shows the complete lifecycle of the mosquito. It follows it from the egg through to the larva and pupa and finally...
A Thorny SummerA Thorny Summer (1983)
Made on a piece of overgrown wasteland in the suburbs of Bristol, UK it follows the progress of a pair of linnets through the summer months -...
Aliens From Inner SpaceAliens From Inner Space (1983)
Exploring the multi-sensory world of the cephalopods, Aliens From Inner Space is an intriguing investigation into the communication skills of...
Ants - Protectors of the woodsAnts - Protectors of the woods (1983)
This film is an extract from the scientific programme  'The science for the practise ' and is about a community of wood ants and their importantce...
Black StiltBlack Stilt (1983)
Time is running out for the Black stilt (Himantopus novaezelandiae)  - New Zealands rarest wading bird. These birds are superbly suited...
Born To RunBorn To Run (1983)
Which animal is fastest in North America?  Which animal, less than a week after it's born, can easily reach speeds of up to 40 mile per...
By the Grace of ManBy the Grace of Man (1983)
Seven years ago, the Colorado division of wildlife set up a unique fund-raising system for its nongame programme. Local people who were eligible...
Douglas Mawson: The SurvivorDouglas Mawson: The Survivor (1983)
Escale GeeseEscale Geese (1983)
When the Siberian cold becomes unbearable, the Brent goose (Branta bernicla) travel as far as France.  At the beginning of November 60,000...
Selve Verde - Central American RainforestFragile Earth: Selve Verde - Central American Rainforest (1983)
An in-depth exploration of the tropical lowlands of northeastern Costa Rica, Selve Verde - Central American Rainforest details the huge range...
Siarau - The Tidal ForestFragile Earth: Siarau - The Tidal Forest (1983)
Winner of the second ever Golden Panda award at Wildscreen 1984, Siarau - The Tidal Forest paints a rich and evocative picture of the...
Garden spiders - Poisonous little beastsGarden spiders - Poisonous little beasts (1983)
Spiders first appeared on Earth 350 million years ago and they have always inspired fear and respect because of their ability to spin webs of...
Kakadu - Never stay in one placeKakadu - Never stay in one place (1983)
Kakadu, in the far north of the Northern Territory of Australia, is more than just a national park: It is the homeland of Big Bill Neiijie and...
Kalahari - Wilderness without waterKalahari - Wilderness without water (1983)
This film shows how animals such as the brown hyaena and the honey badger have adapted to the Kalahari while Africa's most succesful hunters...
Keep it short and create diversityKeep it short and create diversity (1983)
Since the war Belgian agriculture has changed drastically. Farms have grown larger; modern farming methods have included artificial fertilizers...
Krakatoa: The Day That Shook The WorldKrakatoa: The Day That Shook The World (1983)
An absorbing exploration of a huge natural disaster, Krakatoa: The Day That Shook The World was first broadcast on the centenary of the island's...
Rain ForestNational Geographic Special: Rain Forest (1983)
The subject of this national geographic special is Costa Rica's lush rain forest. Densely foliated, it is home for some of the worlds most unusual...
NatureNature (1983)
The first episode of the long-running series Nature, ornithologist, renowned wildlife producer and co-founder of the BBC's Natural History Unit,...
Long PointNature of Things: Long Point (1983)
Long point marsh is a sandspit on the Northern shore of lake Erie. Discovered in 1670 by French explorers, this wildlife area has kept many of...
The Mountain GorillaNature Watch: The Mountain Gorilla (1983)
The Rwandan mountain gorilla programme is organised by three conservation organisations from different countries. Together they have combined...
Never Cry WolfNever Cry Wolf (1983)
PinkfootPinkfoot (1983)
This film follows the pink-footed geese on their hazardous journey from Britain to the Icelandic highlands. It shows the struggle of one pair...
SolitudesProfiles of Nature: Solitudes (1983)
This film presents an experience of nature through the use of visuals and environmental sounds. It shows how the use of stereophonic sound can...
Salmon! 250 days at mother riverSalmon! 250 days at mother river (1983)
Every autumn millions of salom return from four years of ocean life to their mother river in Hokkaido, Japan. Nearly all the salmon are captured...
Save the PandaSave the Panda (1983)
With fewer than 1,000 Giant pandas left in the world they now face a real struggle for survival.This production looks at the historic efforts...
Save the Sea-turtles - Now!Save the Sea-turtles - Now! (1983)
For 200 million years the sea-turtle has lived on earth. These friendly harmless animals have virtually no enemies - except man and this film...
Secret WeaponsSecret Weapons (1983)
An entertaining account of insect warfare, Secret Weapons takes a close-up look at these miniscule masters of attack and defense. Using scanning...
Secrets of the Coast - The English SaharaSecrets of the Coast - The English Sahara (1983)
Wildlife cameraman, Mike Herd, had to wait 5 days to obtain the film sequence of a pair of shelducks leading their ducklings from the rabbit...
Starlings at WorkStarlings at Work (1983)
For 6 years the biologist Joost Tinbergen worked on the foraging theory of starlings. To do this it was necessary to observe one individual starling...
The Anemone FishThe Anemone Fish (1983)
The Anemone fish is one of the fishes about whose life and behaviour most details are known and for a lot of that information one can thank marine...
The Badgers of GwentThe Badgers of Gwent (1983)
The work of the Gwent badger group in Wales has been set up to study and protect badgers and the educate and promote public awareness of their...
The Birds' City in the SeaThe Birds' City in the Sea (1983)
This film shows the life in a community of birds on the bass rock island off the scottish coast where only a small number of species have adapted...
The Dance of the Black Throated DiverThe Dance of the Black Throated Diver (1983)
The Black throated diver, throughout the breeding season, is a highly territorial bird but every morning at sunrise these birds abandon their...
In the Ashes of the ForestThe Decade of Destruction: In the Ashes of the Forest (1983)
This series covers a decade in the destruction of the Amazon forest. The Western Amazon is the last frontier the world will ever see as large...
The Search for the KidnappersThe Decade of Destruction: The Search for the Kidnappers (1983)
This series covers a decade in ther destruction of the Amazon forest. This programme is about a Brazilian boy kidnapped by Indians and it follows...
The Decade of Destruction: The Storms of the AmazonThe Decade of Destruction: The Storms of the Amazon (1983)
This film is about  the enormous but beautiful Amazon storms which travel across the jungle at 50km an hour bringing the rain which creates...
Signs & SignalsThe Discovery of Animal Behaviour: Signs & Signals (1983)
What is the nature of animal language? During the first half of this century, Karl Von Frisch deciphered the code of honey bees' dance and Niko...
The Dragonfly - Falcon of the Insect WorldThe Dragonfly - Falcon of the Insect World (1983)
This film looks at the principal patterns of behaviour of some of the dragonflies common in Finland - Hunting feeding, mating and the laying...
The Eyes of the LandscapeThe Eyes of the Landscape (1983)
This film looks at the importance of ponds and lakes between the towns of Schwerin and Frankfurt/Order - The role they play and have played in...
The Ganges GharialThe Ganges Gharial (1983)
The Gharial is a delightful fish-eating crocodile from India whose numbers over the years have been reduced drastically by hunting. This first...
The Hooded SealThe Hooded Seal (1983)
This little known and seldom filmed seal is shown on the whelping ice in the gulf of St Lawrence and for the first time the birth of a hooded...
The Kiwai: Dugong hunters of DaruThe Kiwai: Dugong hunters of Daru (1983)
The Dugong is a rare and endangered sea animal. Neither a seal nor a whale it is something like the marine equivalent of a cow and it is central to...
The Legend of the Lightning BirdThe Legend of the Lightning Bird (1983)
The lightning bird or the Hamerkop is said by African legends to be the knig of all the birds. It is claimed that every species of bird brings...
The Marriage of IceThe Marriage of Ice (1983)
With the first frosts the Alps start their long winter rest. But many of the wild animals have chosen the coldest season of the year to celebrate...
The Mysterious JourneyThe Mysterious Journey (1983)
During the 1980's a great migration was reported in the southern Sudan. The herds were said to number a million animals and to rival the Caribou...
The Polar BearThe Polar Bear (1983)
At one time the Polar bear was hunted almost to extinction but today it is at no great risk although not a great deal is known, for example,...
The Praying mantisThe Praying mantis (1983)
This film shows the life of the praying mantis which is one of the biggest insects in central Europe. Of speacialist interest is the high speed...
The Remarkable Willow GrouseThe Remarkable Willow Grouse (1983)
This film follows the Willow grouse of Norway from it's survival in winter to the hatching of its young in late summer. We see how the birds...
The Southern Right WhaleThe Southern Right Whale (1983)
Despite the constant persecution of the Great whale, every year nearly a thousand right whales gather at peninsula Valdes, in the Argentinian...
The Story of YellowfootThe Story of Yellowfoot (1983)
A film of the yellow-foot rock wallaby which has managed to cling to its home in the Flinders ranges while its fellow mammals have vanished with...
A Highly Desirable ResidenceThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): A Highly Desirable Residence (1983)
Rose Cottage stands mouldering, damp and empty - or is it?  Among its timbers and peeling walls an army of creatures find and ideal home. ...
Forest in the SeaThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): Forest in the Sea (1983)
Off the coast of California, amid the towering fronds of the giant kelp - the largest and fastest growing seaweed in the world - sea-otters,...
On the Tracks of the Wild OtterThe World About Us (1967 - 1987): On the Tracks of the Wild Otter (1983)
This is the story of a man and a very rare and beautiful animal. The man is wildlife cameraman Hugh Miles, the animal a female otter and the...
Where fish stand in line: A cleaning station in the coral reefWhere fish stand in line: A cleaning station in the coral reef (1983)
The muraena is disliked and feared by the fish that live in the coral reefs. But there is an exception because some shrimps and small fish are...
NightlifeWildlife on One (1977 - 2005): Nightlife (1983)
For human beings night is a time of darkness and silence; a period of rest and inactivity. But for any animals it is the reverse, when the major...
Serpents SecretsWildlife on One (1977 - 2005): Serpents Secrets (1983)
This film looks at the silent private world of the serpent, focusing particularly on the Adder, where true facts about snakes are untangles from...
A Question of SpaceA Question of Space (1984)
An intriguing insight into the escalating issue of land management in Kenya, A Question of Space examines the methods and technology used to...
Battle of the Bison ForestBattle of the Bison Forest (1984)
Greystoke: The Legend Of Tarzan, Lord Of The ApesGreystoke: The Legend Of Tarzan, Lord Of The Apes (1984)
New WorldsThe Living Planet: New Worlds (1984)
New Worlds is a stark and powerful account of ongoing environmental issues, detailing the widespread damage inflicted on the planet by the human...
Sweet Fresh WaterThe Living Planet: Sweet Fresh Water (1984)
The Building of the EarthThe Living Planet: The Building of the Earth (1984)
The opening episode of The Living Planet, David Attenborough's second major natural history series, The Building of the Earth is an in-depth...
The Making of The Living PlanetThe Living Planet: The Making of The Living Planet (1984)
An interesting glimpse into the workings of wildlife filmmaking, this forty minute documentary goes behind the scenes of the second award-winning...
The Open OceanThe Living Planet: The Open Ocean (1984)
The ocean covers 70 per cent of the earth's surface.  It contains extraordinary creatures like the leafy sea dragon, the narwhal 'Unicorn...
The Desire of the MothThe Natural World (BBC 1983 - 2012): The Desire of the Moth (1984)
Wildscreen Panda Awards 1984Wildscreen Panda Awards 1984 (1984)
Televised presentation of "Panda" awards for The Wildscreen Film Festival 1984 in the presence of Princess Alexandra, The Honourable...
Dragonflies and FrogsDragonflies and Frogs (1985)
This film takes a look at the lives of dragonflies and frogs on a local stretch of water. Of special interest is the territorial and mating behaviour...
The Frozen OceanKingdom of the Ice Bear: The Frozen Ocean (1985)
First in a three part series examining Arctic ecology, The Frozen Ocean focuses on the spring to summer months, providing an intimate portrayal...
Land of the TigerLand of the Tiger (1985)
In the heart of India, award-winning filmmakers and husband and wife team, Stanley Breeden and Belinda Wright, spent two years filming tigers...
Lords of HokkaidoLords of Hokkaido (1985)
The Lords of Hokkaido is a portrait of Japan’s northernmost island as seen by following the fortunes of a family of foxes throughout a...
Ducks in DangerNature of Things: Ducks in Danger (1985)
In this programme, David Suzuki, who presents "Nature of Things" examines the ever-inreasing political and environmental pressures...
FishNature Watch: Fish (1985)
For the last twenty five years Eugenie Clark has explored the undersea world beneath every tropical ocean.  In this programme, at the age...
Path of the Rain GodPath of the Rain God (1985)
Waters  that have fallen on one of the poorest and infertile habitats, the Maya mountains, now emerge from caves or plunge as waterfalls...
Return of the OspreyReturn of the Osprey (1985)
This programme is an intimate, close-up look at ospreys along the North East coast of the United States.  It is the story of the successful...
Kopjes - Islands in a sea of grassSurvival: Kopjes - Islands in a sea of grass (1985)
The Serengeti Plain in Tanzania is a vast rolling ocean of grass.  In places, jutting out of it, are huge granite islands that are called...
Missile Kills Hamlet - PesticidesThe Ark: Missile Kills Hamlet - Pesticides (1985)
"Missile Kills Hamlet - Pesticides" is one programme in a documntary series calles "The Ark" made for young viewers. ...
The Man Who Loves FrogsThe Natural World (BBC 1983 - 2012): The Man Who Loves Frogs (1985)
Mike Tyler is a 'froggo' - a passion that began in a British pond and then embraced the frogs of the world.  Now he courts them in the Australian...
Through Animal EyesThe Natural World (BBC 1983 - 2012): Through Animal Eyes (1985)
A film about visualising the World as if viewed from an animal's perspective.
Together They StandTogether They Stand (1985)
So as to defend their family Dwarf mongooses stand up to any enemy no matter how deadly.  A female leads a band in a unique and highly organised...
Fastest Claw in the WestWildlife on One (1977 - 2005): Fastest Claw in the West (1985)
Killer shrimps?  Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water along comes one of these deadly creatures with a knockout punch. ...
A Thousand Million Million AntsWorld Wise : A Thousand Million Million Ants (1985)
Journeying throughout Australia, Costa Rica and the UK, this hour long show, produced by the renowned Oxford Scientific Films, examines the lifestyles...
Everlasting HeatBirds for all Seasons: Everlasting Heat (1986)
The Birth of the BeesPatterns of Life: The Birth of the Bees (1986)
An intriguing and in-depth exploration into the origin of bees, this hour long special follows their interesting ancestry, examining the bee...
After the IceThe Living Isles: A Natural History of Britain and Ireland: After the Ice (1986)
Investigating present day parallels with the ice age, After the Ice is the first of a ten part series celebrating the diverse landscapes and...
Sheltering with ManThe Living Isles: A Natural History of Britain and Ireland: Sheltering with Man (1986)
Ever since our ancestors lived in caves we have shared our homes with wildlife.  Today the cave swallow and cave spider are still living...
Streams of LifeThe Living Isles: A Natural History of Britain and Ireland: Streams of Life (1986)
Time and TideThe Living Isles: A Natural History of Britain and Ireland: Time and Tide (1986)
Leopard- A Darkness in the GrassThe Natural World (BBC 1983 - 2012): Leopard- A Darkness in the Grass (1986)
This programme monitors the extraordinary and hazardous events in the daily life of a leopard and her cubs. It shows her wariness of...
Programme 1The Really Wild Show: Programme 1 (1986)
This award-winning children's TV series is widely acclaimed for its friendly, entertaining style and its educational, scientifically accurate...
TV50: Television and Natural HistoryTV50: Television and Natural History (1986)
Tracing the development of wildlife films on television, renowned zoologist Desmond Morris presents the programmes and personalities that have...
BighornWild America: Bighorn (1986)
Banking on DisasterBanking on Disaster (1987)
This is the story of a David and Goliath struggle filmed in the jungles of western Amazonia. On the one side Indians and Rubber tappers trying...
Ducks Under SiegeDucks Under Siege (1987)
Okavango: Jewel of the Kalahari: Search for the JewelThe Natural World (BBC 1983 - 2012): Okavango: Jewel of the Kalahari: Search for the Jewel (1987)
The first installment of the epic series Okavango:Jewel of the Kalahari, Search for the Jewel is an intriguing and visually stunning portrayal...
Okavango: The Living JewelThe Natural World (BBC 1983 - 2012): Okavango: The Living Jewel (1987)
Africa's greatest oasis is where the Okavango river spills into the Kalahari desert. It's a mystery of lagoons and islands where squeaking Catfish...
Ticket to the WildThe Natural World (BBC 1983 - 2012): Ticket to the Wild (1987)
Within the fences of Britain's railways lies the longest nature reserve in the world - a private wildlife sanctuary where people are forbidden...
In-Flight MovieWildlife on One (1977 - 2005): In-Flight Movie (1987)
A pioneering piece of wildlife filmmaking, In-Flight Movie provides a truly insightful investigation into the extraordinary world of ornithological...
Meerkats UnitedWildlife on One (1977 - 2005): Meerkats United (1987)
A highly entertaining production, Meerkats United journeys deep into the Kalahari desert to explore the social life of the meerkat. Voted...
A Year with the KingfisherA Year with the Kingfisher (1988)
This programme aims to show a year in the life of three kingfishers. The common kingfisher, the pied kingfisher and the white breasted kingfisher...
Cane ToadsCane Toads (1988)
The Cane Toad was imported into Queensland from Hawaii in 1935 for a special reason. That reason was to combat the Grey-Back beetle that was...
Gorillas in the Mist: The Story of Dian FosseyGorillas in the Mist: The Story of Dian Fossey (1988)
Grizzly & Man: Uneasy TruceGrizzly & Man: Uneasy Truce (1988)
Missing LinkMissing Link (1988)
Chimps in CrisisNature Watch: Chimps in Crisis (1988)
Man's closest relative in the world is the chimp and this unique blood tie has pitched wild chimpanzees into crisis. This programme is an expose...
ReefwatchReefwatch (1988)
From the depths of the Red Sea, co-founder of the BBC Natural History Unit, Tony Soper, and wildlife film producer, Dr Martha Holmes, present...
Sixth Sense  Supersense: Sixth Sense  (1988)
The first of six episodes in the Supersense series, Sixth Sense journeys through the world's open plains, grasslands, ponds, rivers and oceans,...
The BearThe Bear (1988)
The CoelacanthThe Coelacanth (1988)
Until 1938 the coelacanth was thought to be extinct. This species developed 400 million years ago. A primary fish about 2 metres long, with teeth...
A Separate Creation The Nature of Australia: A Separate Creation  (1988)
An insightful, educational account of evolution within this vast and isolated continent, A Separate Creation was the first film in the hugely...
Land of Flood and Fire The Nature of Australia: Land of Flood and Fire  (1988)
The first people arrived onto the northern shores of Australia 50,000 years ago. They brought with them a tool that was to reshape the nature...
The Bee TeamWildlife on One (1977 - 2005): The Bee Team (1988)
Ancient Forests: Rage over TreesAncient Forests: Rage over Trees (1989)
Antarctica - The Last FrontierAntarctica - The Last Frontier (1989)
At the very end of the world lies the great continent of Antarctica.  Its shores teem with seals and penguins, its seas with fish and whales. ...
Eye of the CamelArabia: Sand, Sea & Sky: Eye of the Camel (1989)
The Rub Al Khali Desert in southern Arabia is the largest continuous sand desert on Earth.  By accompanying a family of Al Murrah Bedouin...
Camera Magic: Images of NatureCamera Magic: Images of Nature (1989)
A fascinating peak behind the scenes of wildlife filmmaking, this special takes a look at the group of scientists-turned-filmmakers at Oxford...
Peat BogsChannel Four News: Peat Bogs (1989)
Commercial development threatens ancient peat bogs and their rare plants.
Enemies of the Oak Fragile Earth: Enemies of the Oak  (1989)
Examining the delicate ecological balance this large deciduous tree generates, Enemies of the Oak is an intriguing portrayal of a year in the...
Goose Problems?Goose Problems? (1989)
Of the one million wild geese in Europe, at least half a million stay in the Netherlands during winter.  The future of these geese depends...
Gorillas in the Midst of ManGorillas in the Midst of Man (1989)
Written and produced by award-winning wildlife photographer Adrian Warren, Gorillas in the Midst of Man outlines the life of the mountain gorilla....
Greed and Wildlife: Poaching in AmericaGreed and Wildlife: Poaching in America (1989)
Here be DragonsHere be Dragons (1989)
The last surviving giants of the dinosaur age, crocodiles, are among the world's most feared predators.  Their huge size and crushingly...
Wild Goats, Rockas and Horny CoralsMontecristo: Treasure Island for the Future?: Wild Goats, Rockas and Horny Corals (1989)
Today the legendary Island of Montecristo in the Tyrrhenian Sea is a terrestrial and marine nature reserve.  It is strictly closed to the...
Sea of SlaughterSea of Slaughter (1989)
Sea of Slaughter, based on Farley Mowat's best-selling book of the same name, documents five hundred years of greed, waste and bloodshed that...
The Great Wood of CaledonThe Great Wood of Caledon (1989)
Known by the Romans as Caledonia, this vast area of hill and wood is the largest area of continuous old forest in Britain.  Once the haunt...
The SisterhoodThe Natural World (BBC 1983 - 2012): The Sisterhood (1989)
Portrayed as skulking, cowardly scavengers, hyaenas have long received an undeservedly bad press.  To set the recod straight, this film...
The Singing Apes of Kao YaiThe Singing Apes of Kao Yai (1989)
This is an intimate look at the life of one family of gibbons and a very special lifestyle that revolves around song.  Filmed high in the...
Can Polar Bears Tread Water?Viewpoint 89: Can Polar Bears Tread Water? (1989)
Over the past two years (1988 and 1989) the 'greenhouse effect' has stormed to the top of the international agenda.  In that time "Can...
Under the IceWild South: Under the Ice (1989)
The world's first natural history documentary to be filmed under the Antarctic sea-ice reveals other-worldly beauty of ice-scapes in crystal...
Arctic PollutionChannel Four News: Arctic Pollution (1990)
An Investigation into the cause of smog in the Arctic, traced to factories in Eastern Europe
Chernobyl: LeukaemiaChannel Four News: Chernobyl: Leukaemia (1990)
The first objective assessment of the effects of the Chernobyl disaster, especially leukaemia in children.
Chernobyl: ReindeerChannel Four News: Chernobyl: Reindeer (1990)
The development of a pill to give to reindeer in Lapland, threatened by fallout after Chernobyl.
ColombiaChannel Four News: Colombia (1990)
The Colombian Government decides to hand over vast tracts of the rain forest to those best able to look after it - the Indians.
DolphinsChannel Four News: Dolphins (1990)
An investigative report into the threat of Britain's largest colony of dolphins by a proposed sewer outfall.
Danger at the BeachDanger at the Beach (1990)
Seasons of the SeaSeasons of the Sea (1990)
The first major film from world-renowned zoologist and marine photographer Howard Hall, Seasons of the Sea explores the complex ecology of California’s...
The Elephants of Tsavo: Love & BetrayalThe Elephants of Tsavo: Love & Betrayal (1990)
A deeply moving, highly personal account of the plight of elephants in Kenya’s Tsavo National Park from the 1950s to 1990. A former park...
ArrivingThe Trials of Life: Arriving (1990)
The opening episode of David Attenborough's third major Life series, this film is the first of twelve episodes detailing the mammoth journey...
Hunting and EscapingThe Trials of Life: Hunting and Escaping (1990)
The fourth episode in David Attenborough's major animal behaviour series, The Trials of Life: Hunting and Escaping is an emotive and realistic...
Wildscreen Panda Awards 1990Wildscreen Panda Awards 1990 (1990)
Televised presentation of "Panda" awards for The Wildscreen Film Festival 1990
Year of the Flame BirdYear of the Flame Bird (1990)
A hugely acclaimed production from the renowned naturalist and wildlife filmmaker Dr Tim Liversedge, the Year of the Flame Bird explores the...
Madagascar- Island of GhostsSurvival: Madagascar- Island of Ghosts (1991)
Madagascar is an Island full of mystery and myth. Eighty per cent of all the plants and animals are unique. But already eighty-five per cent...
The Global Detective- The Journey of DeathThe Global Detective- The Journey of Death (1991)
More than a million alligators are being slaughtered illegally every year in Brazil. It's the biggest massacre of an endangered species anywhere...
Running for their LivesThe Natural World (BBC 1983 - 2012): Running for their Lives (1991)
The African Wild Dog is the most misunderstood and endangered of all the continent's great predators. This programme provide a fresh view of...
The New Range WarsThe New Range Wars (1991)
The Secret World of BatsThe Secret World of Bats (1991)
An hour long film, The Secret World of Bats follows ecologist, leading conservationist and award-winning wildlife photographer Dr Merlin Tuttle...
Barrels of Crude and WallaroosWildlife on One (1977 - 2005): Barrels of Crude and Wallaroos (1991)
Life and DebtDeveloping Stories: Life and Debt (1992)
A van grinds to a halt on wasteland in Rio de Janeiro. Masked gunmen drag a handful of black teenagers from the vehicle, stand them against a...
Lions with Anthony HopkinsIn the Wild: Lions with Anthony Hopkins (1992)
Land of GiantsLand of Giants (1992)
Intelligent and compelling, Land of Giants explores the towering trees and colossal canopies of the oldest conifer forest in the world. Snaking...
Parks or People?Parks or People? (1992)
Korup National Park and the Kilum Mountain Forest Project are two state-of-the-art rainforest conservation projects in Cameroon. Kilum is small-scale...
Born of FireRealms of the Russian Bear: Born of Fire (1992)
Deep in the Russian Far East, natural history professor, conservationist and world-renowned biogeographer Nikolai Drozdov explores the myriad...
Green Jewel of the CaspianRealms of the Russian Bear: Green Jewel of the Caspian (1992)
The first episode of a six part series examining the wildlife, and the unique terrain it inhabits, in the former Soviet Union. Presented by enthusiastic...
The Arctic FrontierRealms of the Russian Bear: The Arctic Frontier (1992)
Sharks:  On Their Best BehaviourSharks: On Their Best Behaviour (1992)
A fascinating insight into these long fabled fish, Sharks: On Their Best Behaviour celebrates the diversity and intriguing behaviour of these...
The Wolf: Real or Imagined?The Wolf: Real or Imagined? (1992)
Too Close For Comfort?Too Close For Comfort? (1992)
In the depths of the African Tai forest, David Attenborough offers a fascinating glimpse into the world of the chimpanzees, exploring the uncanny...
Webs of IntrigueWebs of Intrigue (1992)
In her inimitable style Densey Clyne shows us the amazing variety and uses of spider's silk, from the beauty of the orb web to the skill of the...
Wildscreen Film Festival - Peter Scott LectureWildscreen Film Festival - Peter Scott Lecture (1992)
The Wildscreen Film Festival - Peter Scott Lecture given by Senor Carlo Ripa di Meana - Commissioner for the Environment, European Union (1989-1993)...
Cheetahs and Cubs in a Land of LionsCheetahs and Cubs in a Land of Lions (1993)
An atmospheric and perceptive portrayal of the Earth’s fastest land mammal, world-renowned wildlife cameraman Hugo van Lawick focuses on...
Echo of the ElephantsEcho of the Elephants (1993)
On the savanna plains, elephant expert, leading conservationist and world-renowned research zoologist Cynthia Moss explores the close-knit and...
Killer Whales: Wolves of the SeaKiller Whales: Wolves of the Sea (1993)
An extraordinary glimpse into the world of these incredibly efficient predators, Killer Whales: Wolves of the Sea is an intriguing celebration...
The Big FreezeLife in the Freezer: The Big Freeze (1993)
The Big Freeze is an intriguing account of Antarctica’s brutal, unforgiving winter. With only a handful of creatures choosing to tough...
The Bountiful SeaLife in the Freezer: The Bountiful Sea (1993)
In the depths of the Antarctic, naturalist, leading conservationist and world-famous wildlife presenter David Attenborough introduces this award-winning...
Sex on the ReefSex on the Reef (1993)
Shadows in a Desert SeaShadows in a Desert Sea (1993)
An extraordinary glimpse into a vast and complex underwater community, this multi award-winning production takes a look at the Sea of Cortez...
Spirits of the RainforestThe Natural World (Discovery): Spirits of the Rainforest (1993)
Cheetahs – The Blood BrothersThe Savage Paradise : Cheetahs – The Blood Brothers (1993)
A charismatic and incredibly dramatic account of the lifestyles and interrelationships of different cheetah groups on Africa's Serengeti plains,...
Wild Dogs - A Tale of Two SistersThe Savage Paradise : Wild Dogs - A Tale of Two Sisters (1993)
A graceful and perceptive portrayal of African wild dogs, world renowned cameraman Hugo van Lawick focuses on the relationship between two sisters,...
Crocodile River: The Tides of KirawiraCrocodile River: The Tides of Kirawira (1994)
Winner of two Panda awards at Wildscreen 1994, Crocodile River: The Tides of Kirawira is an absorbing exploration of the seasonal pools that...
Firebird Firebird  (1994)
An atmospheric account of the lesser flamingo, Firebird explores the incredible adaptations these resilient birds possess in the hostile environment...
Great White SharkGreat White Shark (1994)
The first ever film to concentrate on the behaviour of these powerful and formidable predators, Great White Shark: The True Story of Jaws is...
He Dances For His CormorantsHe Dances For His Cormorants (1994)
Winner of two Panda awards at Wildscreen 1994, Il Danse Pour Ses Cormorans (He Dances For His Cormorants) is an atmospheric account of China’s...
Islands in the African SkyIslands in the African Sky (1994)
An atmospheric and evocative portrayal of the wildlife in East Africa's rugged mountain ranges, Islands in the African Sky was widely acclaimed...
Jewels of the Caribbean SeaJewels of the Caribbean Sea (1994)
Delving deep into the tropical waters of the Caribbean Sea, this Emmy award-winning production celebrates the region’s bountiful life and...
Malice in Wonderland: A Coral Reef DramaMalice in Wonderland: A Coral Reef Drama (1994)
Malice in Wonderland: A Coral Reef Drama is an intriguing account of the Red Sea’s underwater ‘cities’, delving under their...
Mountains of the Snow LeopardMountains of the Snow Leopard (1994)
Deep in the Mongolian mountains, mammalogist, passionate conservationist and leading field biologist Dr George Schaller explores the habitat...
Mysteries of the Ocean WanderersMysteries of the Ocean Wanderers (1994)
Focusing on a pair of albatrosses during the year they produce and raise a chick, Mysteries of the Ocean Wanderers is an engaging and atmospheric...
Orang-utans – Out on a LimbOrang-utans – Out on a Limb (1994)
An engaging and fascinating insight into the behaviour and social psychology of these highly intelligent primates, Orang-utans – Out on...
The Big Wet The Big Wet  (1994)
Gold medal winner at the New York Film Festival 1994, The Big Wet provides a striking and vivid portrayal of the wildlife in Australia’s...
Tiger CrisisTiger Crisis (1994)
A hard-hitting and in-depth investigation into the illegal tiger trade, Tiger Crisis brought the sheer scale of the poaching industry to international...
Vampires, Devilbirds and Spirits: Tales of the Calypso Isles Vampires, Devilbirds and Spirits: Tales of the Calypso Isles  (1994)
A celebration of Caribbean wildlife, Vampires, Devilbirds and Spirits: Tales of the Calypso Isles takes an entertaining look at the myths and...
Wildscreen Panda Awards, 1994Wildscreen Panda Awards, 1994 (1994)
Sting used at the Wildscreen Film Festival held in bristol, UK, 1994
A Little Fish In Deep WaterA Little Fish In Deep Water (1995)
Golden Panda Award winner at Wildscreen 1996, A Little Fish In Deep Water is a pioneering portrayal of life in one of the world’s largest...
Cameramen Who DaredCameramen Who Dared (1995)
A behind-the-scenes look at wildlife filmmaking, Cameramen Who Dared is an entertaining account of the men and women who travel the world and...
Finite OceansFinite Oceans (1995)
Last Feast of the CrocodilesLast Feast of the Crocodiles (1995)
An enthralling exploration of the 1991 South African drought, Last Feast of the Crocodiles focuses on the receding waters of the Limpopo River...
The Living SeaThe Living Sea (1995)
GrowingThe Private Life of Plants: Growing (1995)
Private Life of Plants: Growing is an intriguing insight into how plants gather their sustenance, time-lapse photography revealing the fight...
TravellingThe Private Life of Plants: Travelling (1995)
Bringing to life an extraordinary world few have ever considered, The Private Life of Plants uses impressive time-lapse photography to explore...
Wildscreen Promotional Video 1995Wildscreen Promotional Video 1995 (1995)
A promotional video for the Wildscreen Film Festival organisation in preperation for their October 1996 Festival.
Ytene: England's Ancient ForestYtene: England's Ancient Forest (1995)
An intriguing exploration of the changing landscape of England’s New Forest, this fifty minute production delves into the history and varied...
HardwareAlien Empire: Hardware (1996)
The first of six episodes in the Alien Empire series, Hardware explores the intricate micro-architecture of insects. Examining the 'design' of...
Attenborough in ParadiseAttenborough in Paradise (1996)
In the remotest parts of New Guinea, naturalist, leading conservationist and world-famous wildlife presenter David Attenborough explores a spectacular...
Episode 1Big Cat Diary: Episode 1 (1996)
In the heart of Kenya's Masai Mara National Park, wildlife filmmakers Simon King and Jonathon Scott explore the daily lives of the region's big...
Echo of the Elephants: The Next GenerationEcho of the Elephants: The Next Generation (1996)
A deeply moving account of elephant family life, The Next Generation is the sequel to the BBC Natural History Unit's award-winning Echo of the...
Fifi's Boys - A Story of Wild ChimpanzeesFifi's Boys - A Story of Wild Chimpanzees (1996)
Returning to Tanzania's Gombe National Park in 1996, animal researcher, conservationist and award-winning ethologist Dr Jane Goodall explores...
Incredible SuckersIncredible Suckers (1996)
In the depths of the world’s oceans, biologist and award-winning wildlife photographer Mike deGruy explores the multi-sensory world of...
Mara NightsMara Nights (1996)
The first ever production to record animal behaviour at night without the use of lights, Mara Nights is an intriguing insight into a whole host...
Mountain Gorilla: A Shattered KingdomMountain Gorilla: A Shattered Kingdom (1996)
On the forested volcanic slopes of Zaire’s Virunga National Park, award-winning wildlife photographer Bruce Davidson explores the fascinating...
Puma: Lion of the AndesPuma: Lion of the Andes (1996)
An intimate and touching portrayal of this endangered big cat, award-winning wildlife cameraman Hugh Miles spent two years in Chile's Torres...
Understanding OceansThe Natural World (Discovery): Understanding Oceans (1996)
The Restless YearThe Restless Year (1996)
Using the revolutionary time-lapse photography developed for The Private Life of Plants, The Restless Year shows a beautiful portrait...
The Secret Life of SeahorsesThe Secret Life of Seahorses (1996)
An engaging exploration of these unusual looking fish, this forty minute programme follows seahorse expert, passionate ichthyologist and leading...
Wildscreen Panda Awards, 1996Wildscreen Panda Awards, 1996 (1996)
Televised presentation of "Panda" awards for The Wildscreen Film Festival held in Bristol, UK, 1996
A Lemur's Tale   A Lemur's Tale  (1997)
A touching and intimate portrayal of the ring-tailed lemur, award-winning wildlife filmmaker Adrian Warren spent five months in Madagascar's...
AmazonAmazon (1997)
At the Edge of the SeaAt the Edge of the Sea (1997)
An absorbing exploration of coastal British Columbia, At the Edge of the Sea provides an insight into the diverse life that thrives within the...
People of the SeaPeople of the Sea (1997)
A poignant investigation into the fragile balance of life in the north-west Atlantic, People of the Sea traces the long and intimate relationship...
Pygmy Chimpanzee: The Last Great ApePygmy Chimpanzee: The Last Great Ape (1997)
The first ever film to be devoted entirely to these highly intelligent primates, Pygmy Chimpanzee: The Last Great Ape is an intriguing exploration...
Ice Age SurvivorsThe Natural World (Discovery): Ice Age Survivors (1997)
Crocodile: The Smiling PredatorThe Wildlife Specials: Crocodile: The Smiling Predator (1997)
Crocodile: The Smiling Predator is a fascinating celebration of these powerful and formidable predators, using underwater and infra-red photography...
Polar bear: The Arctic WarriorThe Wildlife Specials: Polar bear: The Arctic Warrior (1997)
Part of a series of one-off BBC wildlife specials to mark forty years of the BBC Natural History Unit, Polar bear: The Arctic Warrior is a fascinating...
Whales: An Unforgettable JourneyWhales: An Unforgettable Journey (1997)
Wild America: The MovieWild America: The Movie (1997)
Dolphins of the ShadowlandDolphins of the Shadowland (1998)
Dragons of the GalapagosDragons of the Galapagos (1998)
Amazing EarthThe Natural World (Discovery): Amazing Earth (1998)
Living in ExtremesThe Natural World (Discovery): Living in Extremes (1998)
The Otters of YellowstoneThe Otters of Yellowstone (1998)
An absorbing exploration of these charismatic carnivores, The Otters of Yellowstone follows a year of their intrepid lives in the lakes and pools...
The Ten Deadliest Snakes in the World with Steve IrwinThe Ten Deadliest Snakes in the World with Steve Irwin (1998)
Journeying through the most remote parts of Australia, naturalist, conservationist and world-famous television personality Steve Irwin comes...
Wanariset: Where Apes Become Apes AgainWanariset: Where Apes Become Apes Again (1998)
This film tells the story of the endangered orang utans, which only can be found in the tropical rainforests of South East Asia. The destruction...
Wildscreen Film Festival, 1998Wildscreen Film Festival, 1998 (1998)
Wildscreen Film Festival held in Bristol, UK, 1998
Badger Quest: The Honey Hunters of NiassaBadger Quest: The Honey Hunters of Niassa (1999)
Galapagos: The Enchanted VoyageGalapagos: The Enchanted Voyage (1999)
Island of the SharksIsland of the Sharks (1999)
Island of the Vampire BirdsIsland of the Vampire Birds (1999)
Snake Killers: Honey Badgers of the KalahariSnake Killers: Honey Badgers of the Kalahari (1999)
The River Wolves: Giant Otters of Peru The River Wolves: Giant Otters of Peru  (1999)
Deep in the Amazon, The River Wolves: Giant Otters of Peru provides an absorbing exploration of the oldest, largest and most aquatic member...
In-Flight MovieThey Said It Couldn't Be Done: In-Flight Movie (1999)
Discussing a truly groundbreaking production, They Said It Couldn't Be Done: In-Flight Movie sees David Attenborough chatting with award-winning...
Kingdom of the Ice Bear: The Frozen OceanThey Said It Couldn't Be Done: Kingdom of the Ice Bear: The Frozen Ocean (1999)
The second of seven programmes celebrating pioneering natural history documentaries, They Said It Couldn't Be Done: Kingdom Of The Ice Bear:...
Mzima: Portrait of a Spring They Said It Couldn't Be Done: Mzima: Portrait of a Spring  (1999)
In front of an audience at the Royal Geographical Society, David Attenborough engages in a frank and highly entertaining discussion with the...
Too Close For Comfort  They Said It Couldn't Be Done: Too Close For Comfort  (1999)
In front of an audience at the Royal Geographical Society, David Attenborough interviews award-winning cameraman Mike Richards, discussing the...
The Tiger's TaleThe Tiger's Tale (2000)
An absorbing insight into the early life and development of these elusive and endangered big cats, The Tiger’s Tale follows an experienced...
IntroductionThe Blue Planet: Introduction (2001)
A ground-breaking production with images provding the emphasis, The Blue Planet was the first ever series wholly concerning the natural...
The DeepThe Blue Planet: The Deep (2001)
An absorbing exploration of the volcanic ridges and huge trenches at the very bottom of the world’s oceans, The Deep captures new species...
Winged MigrationWinged Migration (2001)
War of Two Worlds Bugworld: War of Two Worlds  (2002)
Winner of two awards at Wildscreen 2002, War of Two Worlds takes an in-depth and alternative look at the 'unwanted' animals that infest our lives. Through...
Citizen Cane Toad Citizen Cane Toad  (2002)
An extraordinary glimpse into the havoc an introduced species can have on an established ecosystem, Citizen Cane Toad offers an intriguing insight...
Life on AirLife on Air (2002)
A light-hearted look back over the extraordinary career of David Attenborough, Life on Air celebrates his fiftieth year at the BBC. Delving...
Platypus: World's Strangest AnimalPlatypus: World's Strangest Animal (2003)
The Elephant, the Emperor and the Butterfly TreeThe Elephant, the Emperor and the Butterfly Tree (2003)
Winner of the coveted Golden Panda at Wildscreen 2004, The Elephant, the Emperor and the Butterfly Tree is an intimate and absorbing portrayal...
AirborneAnimal Camera: Surveillance on Survival: Airborne (2004)
Death ValleyDeath Valley (2004)
Oil on IceOil on Ice (2004)
Terrors of TasmaniaTerrors of Tasmania (2004)
Programme 1The Way We Went Wild: Programme 1 (2004)
An entertaining celebration of some of the most influential people in wildlife filmmaking, the opening episode of The Way We Went Wild focuses...
Programme 2The Way We Went Wild: Programme 2 (2004)
Jointly profiling the world-famous natural history presenters David Attenborough and Peter Scott, The Way We Went Wild: 2 is the second of three...
Programme 3The Way We Went Wild: Programme 3 (2004)
The final episode of the The Way We Went Wild trilogy, this hour long programme explores the backgrounds of a new generation of natural history...
Two BrothersTwo Brothers (2004)
Grizzly ManGrizzly Man (2005)
March of the PenguinsMarch of the Penguins (2005)
A Family AffairMeerkat Manor: A Family Affair (2005)
Episode 1Springwatch: Episode 1 (2005)
A groundbreaking and massively successful live broadcast, the first ever episode of Springwatch was broadcast in March 2005. Presented from a...
A Year on EarthA Year on Earth (2006)
An Inconvenient TruthAn Inconvenient Truth (2006)
Eye of the LeopardEye of the Leopard (2006)
Hans Hass: The Man Who Discovered the SeaHans Hass: The Man Who Discovered the Sea (2006)
An absorbing account of the life and works of the famous diver, author and deep sea cameraman, Hans Hass - Der Mann, Der Das Meer Entdeckte literally...
Kearton's Wildlife Nation on Film: Kearton's Wildlife  (2006)
A historical review of wildlife photography and filmmaking in the early 20th century, Kearton's Wildlife celebrates the life and works of the...
From Pole to PolePlanet Earth: From Pole to Pole (2006)
Great PlainsPlanet Earth: Great Plains (2006)
Shallow SeasPlanet Earth: Shallow Seas (2006)
CavesPlanet Earth Diary: Caves (2006)
A Cat Called ElvisA Cat Called Elvis (2007)
Arctic TaleArctic Tale (2007)
Bermuda's Treasure IslandBermuda's Treasure Island (2007)
Australia: Land of ParrotsAustralia: Land of Parrots (2008)
Power of the OceanEquator: Power of the Ocean (2008)
Pablo's HipposPablo's Hippos (2008)
CuckooThe Natural World (BBC 1983 - 2012): Cuckoo (2009)
Under the SeaUnder the Sea (2009)
Cheetahs: The Deadly RaceCheetahs: The Deadly Race (2010)
Cool School AntarcticaCool School Antarctica (2010)
Helgoland Island in the StormHelgoland Island in the Storm (2010)
Penguin IslandPenguin Island (2010)
Second Nature: The Biomimicry EvolutionSecond Nature: The Biomimicry Evolution (2010)
SerengetiSerengeti (2010)
Angelique and the GorillasAngelique and the Gorillas (2011)
Astonish MeAstonish Me (2011)
SpringFrozen Planet: Spring (2011)
To the Ends of the EarthFrozen Planet: To the Ends of the Earth (2011)
Mother CrocMother Croc (2011)
Russia: Realm of Tigers, Bears and VolcanoesRussia: Realm of Tigers, Bears and Volcanoes (2011)
Whales Under AttackWhales Under Attack (2011)
Wild Orchid Man in the Mountains of AmazonasWild Orchid Man in the Mountains of Amazonas (2012)
Join Stig Dalström, the Wild Orchid Man, as he combs the magnificent mountains and rain forests of Peru in search of rare orchids. Some...
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