NATURE & WILDLIFE

mega parks

A new documentary series exploring the impacts of the most important species in the world’s national parks: humans. As we cast a critical, journalistic eye over these beautiful, complex, iconic locations, we’ll investigate how the 19th Century idea of the ‘national park’ can survive in an uncertain 21st century.

programme information

Duration

4 x 60'

Production Company

otf studios

YOP

2023

Definitions

HD 4K

Episode Information

A new documentary series exploring the impacts of the most important species in the world’s national parks: humans. As we cast a critical, journalistic eye over these beautiful, complex, iconic locations, we’ll investigate how the 19th Century idea of the ‘national park’ can survive in an uncertain 21st century.

In this groundbreaking new series, we’ll take a deeper, more journalistic look at these parks’ pasts, presents and futures. Although we’ll see some majestic wildlife, this is not a classic natural history series. For the first time, we’ll treat the national park as a very human phenomenon. Full of plants and animals, but created, maintained and funded by people - like a garden - and ultimately it is people who will protect or destroy them. .

Delivery: 12 months from green-light

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