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Animal Planet celebrates international award winning programmes

16-October-2006
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Animal Planet celebrates international award winning programmes

Over the years, Animal Planet has garnered awards globally in various international film and video festivals for its unique programming. Now that channel plans to celebrate its awards with the viewers by bringing some of its best and international award winning programmes under one series.

Some of the awards bagged by Animal Planet include the Emmy Awards, Aurora Awards, Asian Television Awards, New York Festivals, and Wild Screen Festival, among others.

Each of the award winning programmes is exclusive of its own category and explores the wild world through the eyes of humans, capturing the interplay of emotions that are often more explicit in the animal world. Viewers can catch up all the award winning programmes in a special package – Award Winning Animal Planet – to be aired every Monday at 9 pm with a repeat telecast every Tuesday at 4 pm.

The award winning programmes include Jane Goodall’s ‘State of the Great Ape’, ‘The Biggest Nose in Borneo’, ‘Lyndal’s Lifeline’, ‘The Temple of the Tiger’, and ‘Tiger Zero’, among others.

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