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The Way We Went Wild: Programme 3  (2004)

From Bristol pets to an elephant enima

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 presenters, who all grew up with animals in the wild.

Examining the early years of three emerging wildlife television presenters, the show details the adventures of Saba Douglas-Hamilton in Africa, Charlotte Uhlenbroek in Nepal and Steve Leonard in rural Cheshire.

Interviewing family, friends and celebrity fans, The Way We Went Wild: 3 offers an intriguing insight into both the personal and professional lives of the accomplished new faces of wildlife television.

Copyright holder

Copyright Holder: BBC Scotland
Address: 40 Pacific Quay
Glasgow
G51 1DA
Website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland

Film credits

Assistant Producer: Sean Christian
Camera: Chris Matlock
Camera: Martin Lightening
Camera: Martin Cray
Camera: Mark Payne-Gill
Camera: Conor Connolly
Celebrity Booker: Jenny Macleod
Director: Andy Baybutt
Dubbing: Savalas
Editor: Audrey McColligan
Executive Producer: Neil McDonald
Graphic Design: Design Is Central
Location P.A.: Nancy Barrett
Make-up Artist: Nicky Baker Clarke
Make-up Artist: Lu Desborough
Make-up Artist: Lucy Willis
Music: John Cobban
Music: Iain Cook
Narrator: Josette Simon
Producer: Andy Baybutt
Production Co-ordinator: Rachna Dheer
Production Manager: Alasdair Mackinnon
Production Organisation: BBC - British Broadcasting Corporation
Researcher: Laura Richards
Researcher: Jeannot Boyle
Rostrum Camera: Malcolm Paris
Series Producer: Sarah Amicia Manwaring-White
Sound: Gary Moore
Sound: Mike Turner
Sound: Richard Miller
Sound: Mike Bird
Sound: Andrew Yarme

Related links

The Way We Went Wild: Programme 1 (2004)
The Way We Went Wild: Programme 2 (2004)
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