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The Animal Zone

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Simon King visits Yellowstone National Park in North America.
Editor Sara Ford Stereo ...... WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/animalzone/
6.00* Watch Out British flora and fauna on display in March. Producer Andrew Graham-Brown ; Series producerMikeBeynon Stereo .. FACT SHEET: £1.50 cheques payable to [address removed]
6.05* The Wotf in Your Living Room How the wild habits of wolves, jackals, rarely seen bush dogs. dholes and dingos help to explain the puzzling behavioural traits of pet dogs. Narrated by Desmond Morris. Producer Mike Beynon
Repeat Stereo
6.40*-7.30 The Natural World
The Otters of Yellowstone
Spanningthree states,
Yellowstone is America's most famous national park, with a cast of charming inhabitants set against stunning scenery. This film follows a family of river otters through the year as they learn to fish, fend off attacking coyotes and travel great distances around the beautiful park. Narrated by Tom Baker. Producer Bob Landis ; Series editor
Neil Nightingale Videoplus code for
5.55-7.30 (not PDC)

Contributors

Unknown: Simon King
Producer: Andrew Graham-Brown
Unknown: Desmond Morris.
Producer: Mike Beynon
Unknown: Tom Baker.
Producer: Bob Landis
Editor: Neil Nightingale

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