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The Way We Went Wild

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The Way We Went Wild

The Way We Went Wild is a three-part BBC TV series, first shown on BBC Two, about British wildlife presenters. It was narratted by Josette Simon.


  • Episode 1 1
  • Episode 2 2
  • Episode 3 3
  • Interviewees 4
  • External links 5

Episode 1

Episode 1, screened on 13 June 2004, featured Johnny Morris and Bill Oddie.

Episode 2

Episode 2, screened on 20 June 2004, featured Sir Peter Scott and Sir David Attenborough.

Episode 3

Episode 3, screened on 27 June 2004, again featured Attenborough, plus a number of more recent, younger wildlife presenters, including Saba Douglas-Hamilton, Steve Leonard and Charlotte Uhlenbroek.


The people interviewed about the featured presenters were:

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