Wonders of the Celtic Deep
Dale Templar, Sally Weale, Anne Gallagher
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Hardback | 168 pages | 250 x 250mm
Publication October 2021 | ISBN 9781802580075
'This is British wildlife off the coast of Wales shot in 4k, and it will totally blow you out of the water.’ Dale Templar
‘I was amazed by the range of diversity in the Celtic Deep around Wales. I’m really proud that we did bring that sense of place to the series, showcasing the remarkable animals that live here.’ Sally Weale
A unique environment created by the confluence of three oceanic and climatic zones, the Welsh coast and its waters teem with life and diversity, documented here as never before. From seals and seabirds gathered along this celebrated coastline to the species to be found in the depths of the Celtic Sea, along with the behind-the-scenes challenges and triumphs of this landmark TV series, delve with the team into the wildlife wonders waiting to be discovered.
Dale Templar is managing director of One Tribe TV, based in Cardiff and Bath. Dale previously worked for the BBC Natural History Unit for over 10 years, where she was series producer of the multi-BAFTA and Emmy-winning series Human Planet.
Sally Weale series produced Wonders of the Celtic Deep and for several years ran the Natural History Museum’s Film Unit, leading a team making films for its exhibitions and digital channels.
Anne Gallagher worked as series director on Wonders of the Celtic Deep. Her other recent work includes the series Wales: Land of the Wild.
"Produced as a tie-in to the landmark natural history series, which has been airing on BBC One is month, Wonders Of The Celtic Deep takes a deeper dive into the stories, history, marine wildlife, and people inside and behind the show of the same name. As an object, the Graffeg book is a nice, weighty coffee-table tome, brimming with clean, colourful layouts and cherrypicked glossy pictures taken from both the seafloor and above the waves." Buzz Magazine