And Here's The Tape To Prove It

Four audio diaries.

Episodes

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01Wildlife On One1997120219971207

Wildlife cameraman Doug Allan faces the world's largest carnivorous quadruped when he travels to the Arctic to film polar bears for a BBC `Wildlife on One' film.

In the first of four audio diaries. wildlife cameraman Doug Allan faces the world's largest carnivorous quadruped when he travels to the Arctic to film polar bears for the BBC series The Wildlife Special. Producer Sarah Blunt Repeated Sunday 5pm

In the first of four audio diaries, wildlife cameraman Doug Allan travels to the Arctic to film polar bears. Repeated from Tuesday

02The Jungles Of Nepal1997120919971214

Driven by a curiosity for the unknown, Colonel John Blashford Snell is no stranger to life-threatening expeditions, In the second of four audio diaries, Andrew Mitchell joins him on his latest endeavour, an intrepid adventure in the jungles of Nepal, where they encounter wild tigers and rhino.

Producer Sarah Blunt. Repeated Sunday 5pm

Andrew Mitchell joins Colonel John Blashford Snell on his latest expedition, an intrepid adventure in the jungles of Nepal.

In the second of four audio diaries, Andrew Mitchell joins

Colonel John Blashford Snell in the jungles of Nepal. Repeated from Tuesday

03Chile Nests1997121619971221

Geologist Dave Martill and his colleagues follow a trail of vague clues in search of buried pterodactyl eggs, hoping to find traces of an ancient past.

The third of four audio diaries. Hoping to find traces of an ancient past, geologist Dave Martill and his colleagues are in Chile following a trail of vague clues in search of buried pterodactyl eggs. Producer Sarah Blunt Repeated Sunday 5pm

Geologist Dave Martill searches for buried pterodactyl eggs in Chile. Repeated from Tuesday

04 LASTUp The Amazon1997122319971228

Devon-born naturalist Nick Baker has the adventure of a lifetime when he encounters the pink-toed tarantulas and man-eating piranhas of the Amazon.

The last of four audio diaries. Up the Amazon Devon-born naturalist Nick Baker has the adventure of a lifetime when he encounters the pink-toed tarantulas, wolf spiders, giant otters and man-eating piranhas of the Amazon. Producer Sarah Blunt Repeated Sunday 28 December 5pm

Up the Amazon. In the last of four audio diaries, naturalist Nick Baker has the adventure of a lifetime.

Repeated from Tuesday 23 December 10am