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Greenlit: Africa, BBC1

Africa (6×60′) –  a major new series for which celebrates the wildlife and landscapes of Africa, using the latest in filming technology to explore previously unseen landscapes – from Angola to Mozambique and Libya to Sudan.

Africa’s wilderness is facing massive and irrevocable change and, for many places, the series could be the last chance to experience the planet’s greatest animals within their natural habitats.

From the Atlas Mountains in the north, to the Cape of Good Hope in the south, from the roof of Ethiopia in the east, to where the forest meets the sea in the west, the series aims to encompass the wildest places left on Earth.

Channel: BBC1

Producer: BBC Natural History Unit

TX: 2010

Source: BBC Press Office


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