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Re: Wildlife recording archivist wanted

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Subject: Re: Wildlife recording archivist wanted
From: Alan McElligott <>
Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2017 11:43:57 +0000

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Becky Grisedale-Sherry <>

From: Becky Grisedale-Sherry <>
Sent: 20 January 2017 17:10
Subject: Wildlife recording archivist wanted

I’m developing a natural history programme for the audio platform Audible..

I wondered if you had your own archive of animal and bird sounds from around the world, and whether you’d be interested in sharing it with us to create an audio natural history of some of the world’s most fertile habitats.

Sounds Of… is a natural history of some of the earth’s most fertile habitats, through the sounds of the local wildlife.  Sir David Attenborough is interested in narrating the story, and we’re looking for a freelance sound recordist with their own archive of natural history sounds to illustrate the programme, as well as a writer / producer with a natural history specialism, to create the narrative.  There is the potential for a big budget for this project which reflects the ambition of the programme.

Would you be interested in getting involved, or know someone who might be a good fit?  

Feel free to share my contact details with anyone who might fit the bill.  I’d like to get this off the ground as soon as possible.  If you’d like to talk things over, I’m best reached on my mobile – 07810865477.


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