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Chapter 12:Wildlife of New York City

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Interview details

Location:  Blagdon, UK
Date:  31 January 2001
 
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Credits

Interviewee: Barry Ernest Paine
Interviewer: Christopher Parsons
Cameraman: Bob Prince
Copyright Holder: Wildscreen

Chapters

1. How Barry became involved with the BBC and filmmaking
2. Early days at the BBC in radio
3. The move from radio to television
4. First films for the BBC
5. The Life Series with Desmond Morris
6. Favourite stories
7. The Flea
8. The arrival of colour television
9. Management course
10. Children’s television programmes
11. The World About Us
12. Wildlife of New York City
13. The Rotten World About Us
14. Turning freelance
15. The Natural World

Related links

The Rotten World About Us (1980)
Clips
How Barry became involved with the BBC and filmmaking
1: How Barry became involved with the BBC a...
Early days at the BBC in radio
2: Early days at the BBC in radio
The move from radio to television
3: The move from radio to television
First films for the BBC
4: First films for the BBC
The Life Series with Desmond Morris
5: The Life Series with Desmond Morris
Favourite stories
6: Favourite stories
The Flea
7: The Flea
The arrival of colour television
8: The arrival of colour television
Management course
9: Management course
Children’s television programmes
10: Children’s television programmes
The World About Us
11: The World About Us
Wildlife of New York City
12: Wildlife of New York City
The Rotten World About Us
13: The Rotten World About Us
Turning freelance
14: Turning freelance
The Natural World
15: The Natural World