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Peter Bale on the early days of the BBC

WildFilmHistory's 2006 interview with Peter Bale, a filmmaker who worked on natural history programming for the BBC starting in the early 1950s. Here he talks about the early days of the BBC's natural history unit and how they used early technology to get the first night shots of foxes.
August 19, 2008

WildFilmHistory’s 2006 interview with Peter Bale, a filmmaker who worked on natural history programming for the BBC starting in the early 1950s. Here he talks about the early days of the BBC’s natural history unit and how they used early technology to get the first night shots of foxes.

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