Nature television programs
Television programs for the hearing impaired
|提及的人：||David Attenborough; David Attenborough|
David Attenborough; Michael Gunton; Paul Reddish; Kate Broome; Brian Leith; Grant Sonnex; John Aitchison; British Broadcasting Corporation.; BBC Video (Firm); 2 Entertain Video (Firm); WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.); WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.); Free Spirits Film Productions.; Otter Films.; Australian Broadcasting Corporation.; BBC Bristol (Firm); BBC Worldwide Americas, Inc.; Warner Home Video (Firm)
|語言註釋：||Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing.|
|注意：||Originally produced for television broadcast, 1971-2004.|
|餘額：||Attenborough in paradise: Executive producer, John Sparks ; produced by Paul Reddish ; written by David Attenboroough ; photography, Richard Kirby, Mike Potts ; film editor, Martin Elsbury ; sound, Dickie Bird.
Blank on the map: Produced and written by David Attenborough ; film cameraman, Hugh Miles ; sound, Ian Sansam, Alan Dykes ; film editor, Paul Carter.
Lost gods of Easter Island: Executive producer, Michael Gunton ; directed and produced by Kate Broome ; written by David Attenborough ; photography, Mike Fox, Geoff Bell ; film editor, Pip Heywood ; sound, Mike Lax ; music, Roger Bolton.
Bowerbirds: The art of seduction: Producer, Paul Reddish ; written by David Attenborough ; photography, Mike Potts ; sound editor, Paul Cowgill ; editor, Martin Elsbury ; music, Steven Faux, Ian Butcher.
Song of the Earth, a natural history of music: Executive producer, Michael Gunton ; written and produced by Grant Sonnex ; photography, Mike Fox, Andrew McClenaghan, John Waters, Barrie Britton ; sound, Michael Lax, Lyndon Bird, Kevin Meredith ; original music composed by Martin Friedel ; film editor, Nigel Buck.
Life on air: Executive producer, Michael Gunton ; producer, Brian Leith ; photography, Mike Fox, Chris Openshaw, Gavin Thurston ; sound, Mike Lax, Graham Ross ; film editor, Andrew Findlay ; sound editor, Ian Bown.
Amber time machine: Producer, John Aitchison ; photography, John Aitchison, Brian McDairmant, Tony Allen, Philip Savoie, Shana Hagan, Richard Numeroff, Tim Macmillan, Ted Giffords ; film editor, Martin Elsbury ; music, Kim Humphrey.
|表演者：||Host, David Attenborough.|
|描述：||2 videodiscs (370 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.|
|詳述：||DVD; NTSC, Region 1; DVD-9 format ; widescreen (16:9 enhanced) and full screen presentation; Dolby digital stereo and mono.|
|内容：||Disc 1: Attenborough in paradise (BBC Bristol ; 1996; 56 min.) --
A blank on the map (ABC/BBC co-production ;  ; 60 min.) --
The lost gods of Easter Island (A BBC/PBS co-production ; 2000 ; 49 min.) ; Disc 2: Bowerbirds : the art of seduction (A Free Spirit Films production for BBC and WGBH ; 2000 ; 48 min.) --
The song of the earth (A BBC production in association with Thirteen/WNET New York ; 2000 ; 49 min.) --
Life on air (BBC Bristol ; 2002 ; 59 min.) --
The amber time machine (An Otter Films production for BBC ; 2004 ; 49 min.).
|叢書名：||Natural world (Television series)|
|其他題名：||Blank on the map.
Lost gods of Easter Island.
Bowerbirds: The art of seduction.
Song of the Earth.
Life on air.
Amber time machine.
And other personal voyages
|責任：||2 Entertain ; BBC.|
"The one-off specials featured here represent some of David Attenborough's most personal quests and passionate enthusiasms. 'Attenborough in paradise' represents a childhood dream come true as he visits the forests of New Guinea to record the spectacular courtship of the birds of paradise. A piece of amber given to him 60 years ago by a young refugee girl sparked a lifelong interest explored in 'The amber time machine, ' while 'The lost gods of Easter Island' finds him tracing the history of a strange human figurine he bought at auction. Also included is a special program on the incredible 'artist' birds in 'Bowerbirds: the art of seduction;' an investigation into the music of the wild in 'The song of the Earth;' and expedition to find a lost tribe in the mountains of central New Guinea in 'A blank on the map;' and 'Life on air, ' a fascinating celebration of Sir David Attenborough's 50 years with the BBC."--Container.