Callander Kirk, 8pm, 25 July 2019
Doug Allan’s Wild Places is a celebration of the breath-taking range of environments that he’s filmed over his 40 years as an award-winning documentary cameraman and photographer. From arid deserts to the frigid poles, mountain summits to rocky shorelines, through coral reefs and kelp forests, under the shifting sea ice of the frozen oceans, Wild Places is a journey to inspire all who love wilderness. But climate change means familiar landscapes are disappearing across the world. Wild places are under threat – how should we be changing to protect them?
Doug Allan was a diver and biologist in the Antarctic before turning to freelance filming in 1985. Since then, has filmed for classic BBC series like TheBlue Planet, Planet Earth, Frozen Planet, Ocean Giants, Forces of Nature and many others. His photographic awards include eight Emmy’s and five BAFTA’s. He has four Honorary Doctorates in recognition of his camerawork, as well as two Polar Medals. In 2018 he was awarded the Mungo Park Medal by the Royal Scottish Geographical Society.
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