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Frozen Planet A World Beyond Imagination

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By: Alastair Fothergill(Author), Vanessa Berlowitz(Author), Sir David Attenborough(Foreword By)
312 pages, colour photos throughout, colour map
Publisher: BBC Books
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Frozen Planet is the follow-up to the ground-breaking Planet Earth and has been created by the same award-winning team. Most of us will never travel to these great wildernesses and, even for those lucky enough to have gone, this portrait of our polar regions will surprise and astound.

The Ice Worlds episode of Planet Earth attracted the most viewers and this series picks up where it left off. The Antarctic landmass and Arctic Ocean see the most extreme changes of climate on our planet. From the Great Melt in Spring to the 24-hour summer, the beginning of the Big Freeze and long dark winter, this epic series will follow the dramatic landscapes and the emotional life stories of the animals that live there.

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Biography

Alastair Fothergill studied zoology at the University of Durham and made his first film, on the Okavango, while still a student. Alastair joined the BBC Natural History Unit in 1983, working on The Really Wild Show, Wildlife on One and the series The Trials of Life. He was appointed head of the unit in 1992, and during his tenure he produced the award-winning series Life in the Freezer. In June 1998 he stood down to concentrate on his role as producer of The Blue Planet and of course the acclaimed Planet Earth. He has also presented several television programmes, including The Abyss, and is the author of four books.

Art / Photobook
By: Alastair Fothergill(Author), Vanessa Berlowitz(Author), Sir David Attenborough(Foreword By)
312 pages, colour photos throughout, colour map
Publisher: BBC Books
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