The Making of BBC Planet Earth II

The Making of BBC Planet Earth II

In association with Friends of the Lake District, join BBC Natural History Assistant Producer Emma Brennand for an exclusive ‘Behind the Scenes’ of the ‘Mountains’ & ‘Islands’ episodes of David Attenborough’s Planet Earth II. Four years in the making with 25 expedition shoots to the world’s greatest wildernesses, she has plenty of stories to share; from how you track Nubian Ibex in the mountains of Israel, to revealing the secret life of Buller’s Albatross on a tiny Sub-Antarctic island in the middle of the Southern Ocean.

2.00pm Welcome and introduction to Emma Brennand
2.10pm Emma Brennand introduces films
2.55pm Questions and Answers with Emma Brennand
3.10pm Thanks and final words from Friends of the Lake District
3.30pm Finish

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  • DURATION
    90 mins

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