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Travellers in Time


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Six films of early exploration Introduced by Duncan Carse
3: Pictures from the Pole (1911)
Herbert Ponting was the foremost travel photographer of his generation. When Captain Scott commissioned him to film his final South Pole Expedition of 1909-12 Ponting little realised the hazards and difficulties that he would face. Scott summed up his job by saying: ' This photographing is the coldest job I have ever struck as well as the most risky '.
Considering the tremendous difficulties that he worked under, Ponting's record of Antarctic wild-life and his chronicle of the events leading up to Scott's fatal march to the Pole are truly remarkable. Narrator NIGEL PEGRAM
Film editor TARIQ ANWAR


Introduced By: Duncan Carse
Unknown: Herbert Ponting
Narrator: Nigel Pegram
Editor: Tariq Anwar
Producer: John-Paul Davidson
Editor: Richard Robinson

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