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Christopher Parsons

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Chapter 7:Imax, the Electronic Zoo and Wildscreen

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Interview details

Location:  Gloucestershire, UK
Date:  26 July 2001
 
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Credits

Interviewee: Christopher Parsons
Interviewer: David Attenborough
Cameraman: Bob Prince
Copyright Holder: Wildscreen

Chapters

1. The early years
2. Working with the early names in natural history broadcasting
3. The BBC Natural History Unit's first colour film
4. Working with Gerald Durrell and the development of broadcast technology
5. Life on Earth
6. Moving out of production
7. Imax, the Electronic Zoo and Wildscreen

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David Attenborough
Hugh Miles
Peter Markham Scott
Gerald Durrell
Adrian Neil Warren
Sylvia Earle
Clips
The early years
1: The early years
Working with the early names in natural history broadcasting
2: Working with the early names in natural ...
The BBC Natural History Unit's first colour film
3: The BBC Natural History Unit's first col...
Working with Gerald Durrell and the development of broadcast technology
4: Working with Gerald Durrell and the deve...
Life on Earth
5: Life on Earth
Moving out of production
6: Moving out of production
Imax, the Electronic Zoo and Wildscreen
7: Imax, the Electronic Zoo and Wildscreen