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Peter Bale

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Chapter 11:Peterís view on natural history programming

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Interview details

Location:  Bristol, UK
Date:  17 March 2006
 
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Credits

Interviewee: Peter Bale
Interviewer: Barry Ernest Paine
Cameraman: Bob Prince
Copyright Holder: Wildscreen

Chapters

1. How Peter came to work for the BBC
2. Early years at the BBC
3. The transition between radio and television
4. Early outside broadcasts for the BBC
5. Developing new techniques for natural history outside broadcasts
6. The introduction of colour
7. Technology of outside broadcasts
8. The use of film
9. Canal films
10. Farnborough Air Show story
11. Peter's view on natural history programming
12. Wildlife on One

Related links

Life on Earth: Life in the Trees (1979)
Life on Earth: The Infinite Variety (1979)
Christopher Parsons
David Attenborough
Clips
How Peter came to work for the BBC
1: How Peter came to work for the BBC
Early years at the BBC
2: Early years at the BBC
The transition between radio and television
3: The transition between radio and televis...
Early outside broadcasts for the BBC
4: Early outside broadcasts for the BBC
Developing new techniques for natural history outside broadcasts
5: Developing new techniques for natural hi...
The introduction of colour
6: The introduction of colour
Technology of outside broadcasts
7: Technology of outside broadcasts
The use of film
8: The use of film
Canal films
9: Canal films
Farnborough Air Show story
10: Farnborough Air Show story
Peter's view on natural history programming
11: Peter's view on natural history programm...
Wildlife on One
12: Wildlife on One