[Coral-List] BBC NATURAL HISTORY UNIT LOOKING FOR SPECIES, BEHAVIOUR AND SPECTACLES
Jonathan.Smith4 at bbc.co.uk
Thu Nov 23 08:12:31 EST 2006
I am currently carrying out research for the BBC Natural History Unit on
a major new 10 part series called "LIFE" that will be filmed in High
Definition and broadcast in 2009. It is designed to follow on from the
success of BBC series such as "Blue Planet" and "Planet Earth". The
series will explore the wide diversity of species on the planet and the
vast array of adaptations and behaviours that have arisen in order for
species to survive, and the things that make these species unique. We
are particularly looking to show new species, new spectacles and rarely
I would love to hear from anyone that, through research, field work or
word of mouth, may know of a species or spectacle that they think would
fit the series. Please contact me on the details below.
Researcher - 'LIFE'
BBC Natural History Unit | Room 17, 5 TPR | Whiteladies Road | Bristol |
BS8 2LR | UK
Tel: +44 (0) 117 97 42151
Mob: +44 (0) 7813 663797
Email: Jonathan.Smith4 at bbc.co.uk
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