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The Way We Went Wild

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2/3. During the early days of television, two pioneering natural history presenters brought wildlife to our screen* At the beginning of the 1960s Peter Scott , son of the ill-fated Antarctic explorer, fronted the popular BBC series Look! And David Attenborough began a 50-year career in front the camera when he found himself presenting Zoo Quest
Director Jane Stanton : Series producer Sarah Manwaring-White Danny Kelly on the animal magicians: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Scott
Unknown: David Attenborough
Director: Jane Stanton
Producer: Sarah Manwaring-White
Producer: Danny Kelly

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