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Chapter 10:Filming elephants

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Interview details

Location:  Bristol, UK
Date:  23 March 2010
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Interviewee: Mike Birkhead
Interviewer: Huw Cordey
Cameraman: Alan Griffiths
Copyright Holder: Wildscreen


1. The early years
2. London Weekend Television
3. Becoming an independent producer
4. A changing industry
5. Working with the BBC
6. Filming tigers
7. Presenter led programmes
8. The future of wildlife filmmaking
9. How to get in to wildlife filmmaking
10. Filming elephants

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Tiger Crisis (1994)
David Attenborough
Martyn Colbeck
The early years
1: The early years
London Weekend Television
2: London Weekend Television
Becoming an independent producer
3: Becoming an independent producer
A changing industry
4: A changing industry
Working with the BBC
5: Working with the BBC
Filming tigers
6: Filming tigers
Presenter led programmes
7: Presenter led programmes
The future of wildlife filmmaking
8: The future of wildlife filmmaking
How to get in to wildlife filmmaking
9: How to get in to wildlife filmmaking
Filming elephants
10: Filming elephants