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BBC uses zoo animals to film wildlife scenes

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BBC uses zoo animals to film wildlife scenes

Post by Guest on 10.10.13 12:41

Doug Allan says special sets are built to pull the wool over viewers’ eyes.
He claims any species “smaller than a baby rabbit” is routinely recorded in special sets rather than in the wild.
He added that viewers felt “deceived” after the Beeb admitted last year that it shot the birth of a polar bear for Frozen Planet in a Dutch zoo with mock snow.


“Doug Allan says special sets are built to pull the wool over viewers’ eyes”
Doug, who worked on the show but was not involved in that shoot, added: “The BBC didn’t handle it the best.
“On their website there was a video showing how it was done, but they didn’t quite bring enough attention to it
 
http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/344120/BBC-uses-zoo-animals-to-film-wildlife-scenes

Seems the BBC are good at faking it, this really is decieving viewers and this is what we pay our TV licence for. You have to ask what else have they done to pull the wool over our eyes?

I was suprised to see this story in the Star, are they trying to tell us something?
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Post by littlepixie on 10.10.13 13:30

One of my father in laws friends regularly worked with TV companies who were making documentaries about rare birds.
His collection was filmed and shown as if they were in the wild.
That was a few years ago.
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Post by Guest on 10.10.13 13:37

If next week's Crimewatch programme turns out to be the sycophantic load of old cobblers that seems inevitable, the faking of wildlife programmes is a very minor transgression in comparison.
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