Fragile Earth series

01 October 2018

 

One of the first documentary strands with a focus on environmental interdependence, one might argue that it gave birth to a new genre of natural history films.

 

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The Move to Commercial TV one year on- BBC Execs talk

26 September 2018

Key BBCS execs, including BBC NHU Julian Hector, reveal the impact of the move to commercialise the in-house division

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Plan for Brexit

26 September 2018

Brexit is fast approaching and it will mean changes in how producers work with and gain access to Europe.

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July's Networking Event Film. All about VR and 360

17 September 2018

Check out what the experts said about VR and 360 at NHN's July event in this short film made by NHN partners, UWE MA Wildlife Film students !

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The Sunday Times Magazine Interview

22 July 2018

Sir David Attenborough, 92, on getting new knees, the Queen and why today’s children need to reconnect with nature.

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Empire of the Ants. Interview with Ammonite's Martin Dorhn

22 July 2018

“So, what’s the point of war?” asks Martin Dorhn over a strong coffee and a slice of cake.  It’s a big philosophical question, and a key underlying theme in this latest film ‘Empire of the Ants

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Alex Griffiths, Deadly Dinosaurs and BBC NHU Kids

18 July 2018

There is nothing more uplifting than the infectious enthusiasm of a children’s television producer,  and catching up with the current Editor of NHU Children’s, Alex Griffiths was proof of that.

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Springwatch 2018 - Onwards and upwards !

18 June 2018

As Springwatch wraps up another great series, we caught up with EP Rosemary Edwards to get an insight into what goes on behind the scenes.

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BBC NHU Heads' bid fond farewell to iconic wildlife cameraman Martin Saunders

15 June 2018

By Julian Hector, with contributions by former heads of the BBC NHU John Sparks and Keith Scholey

 

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Who is Patrick Aryee? Interview with a rising star

12 June 2018

He’s been stalked by Komodo dragons, he's sat eye-to-eye with ferocious lions, and in his latest series Big Beasts, Patrick Aryee, free dives with a 12-metre long sperm whale.  But the road to succ

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