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Last Chance to See With Stephen FryG

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Description

Join Britain’s best-loved wit and raconteur, Stephen Fry, as he follows in his late friend Douglas Adams’ footsteps, with zoologist Mark Carwardine, in search of some of the rarest and most threatened animals on earth. In the 1980s celebrated writer Douglas Adams (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy) teamed up with Mark Carwardine and together they embarked on a groundbreaking expedition, travelling the globe in search of the world’s endangered animals. Twenty years later Stephen Fry returns with Mark to see if the species still exist. Their journey uncovers some of the weirdest, most remarkable and most troubled creatures on earth. Last Chance to See is a unique insight into the disappearing world around us, and this is their hilarious, entertaining, informative and thought-provoking adventure.

Customer Reviews

Brilliant!

A fantastic show, that really gets into the conservation message while having fun the whole time!

Inspiring

This was such a wonderfull program, I really cannot say enogh about it.
Both Stephen and Mark work so well on camera, really funny aswell as covering serious topics to do with conservation. I learnt so much from this, and can watch it many times over. You simply must see it.

Last Chance to See With Stephen Fry
View in iTunes $14.99
  • SD Version
  • Genre: Non-Fiction
  • Released: 10 November 2010

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