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Talk by acclaimed BBC producer Nigel Pope, September 14

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Talk by acclaimed BBC producer Nigel Pope, September 14

Post by Liza » 06 Sep 2012, 11:04

From the Uists to the Mara
Lews Castle College, Liniclate
Friday 14 September 7.30pm

Join internationally acclaimed TV producer Nigel Pope for an insiders view of the fascinating world of widllife film-making.

Nigel has been responsible for many of the BBC’s most successful natural history programmes including Big Cat Diary, Springwatch and the Secret Life of Elephants. In this special talk, Nigel will share stories of filming gorillas, otters, whales and caterpillars!!

He’ll also be sharing some clips of the new BBC landmark series on the Natural History of the Hebrides due for transmission in 2013.

This event is free for Curracag members, non-members £4.00.
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Re: Talk by acclaimed BBC producer Nigel Pope, September 14

Post by christinej » 07 Sep 2012, 08:58

Please try and attend if you can. I've seen a few clips of the Uist footage and its stunning. I'm sure its going to be a fascinating talk.

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