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Talk to the Animals (TV series)

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Talk to the Animals (TV series)

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Talk to the Animals
Format Animal welfare / Wildlife documentary
Created by FM-TV (1993-1996)
WTFN Entertainment (2006-2010)
Starring Original presenters
Dr Harry Cooper,
Sallianne Deckert,
Richard Fitzgerald,
Pam Graham,
Jane Holmes,
Mike Lester,
Steve Oemcke,
Kelly Pummeroy.
Revived presenters
Dr. Katrina Warren
Nicky Buckley,
Sallianne Deckert,
Pete Lazer,
Dr. Melissa Meehan,
Dr Chris Brown,
Des Dowling,
Chris Humfrey,
Dr Jo Righetti.
Country of origin Australia
No. of episodes 173 (1993–96)
100+ (2006–2010)
Production
Running time 60 & 30 minutes per episode (inc. commercials)
Broadcast
Original channel Seven Network (1993–96)
Nine Network (2006–2010)
Picture format 4:3 PAL 576i (1993–1996)
16:9 PAL 576i (2006)
16:9 1080i (HDTV) (2007–2010)
Original run 1993-1996
2006 – 2010
External links
Website

Talk to the Animals is an Australian television series produced by WTFN Entertainment which airs Saturdays at 4:30 pm on the Nine Network across Australia. The program screens internationally on Animal Planet.

It originally premiered in 1993 on the Seven Network, hosted by Harry Cooper, and ran for 4 years. In 2006 the show was relaunched on the Nine Network with Nicky Buckley hosting. In 2010, Dr. Katrina Warren took over the hosting duties.

The series focuses on the extraordinary relationships between people and animals. It ranges from adventures in the wild to domestic pet advice.

From 2007 the program was produced in PAL 1080i 25PsF high-definition.

External links

  • Official Site
  • WTFN Entertainment
  • TV.com

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