Live Safari on location in Africa with WildEarth – Sunday 23 August 2-3pm
WildEarth brings viewers face to face with the thrill of Africa’s wild animals in real time.
WildEarth is an unprecedented production which broadcasts LIVE from the magical Greater Kruger Park, the rolling dunes of the Kalahari and the subtropical expanse of Kwa-Zulu Natal.
Viewers are transported from their living rooms and will come face to face with lions, leopards, cheetah and many more wild animals.
WildEarth has been years in the making, using cutting edge technology to take people right to the heart of the action, in real time. This is for all the animal lovers out there who never thought they would go on safari, let alone follow the lives of specific prides and clans.
The hosts have come to know the beasts of the bush and bear witness to their complex lives. Watching their everyday dramas LIVE draws audiences into close and lasting relationships with each of them. Following the lives of the big cat families, the hyena clans, the roaming elephant herds and many more is a real soap opera. From family quarrels and love affairs to wild hunts and cute cubs, these animals rarely have a dull moment. Our guides have fostered very personal relationships with the characters as they share and record their daily routines.
WildEarth Media Executive Producers are Graham Wallington and Emily Wallington..
WildEarth was founded in 2006 by Emily and Graham Wallington. The vision was to create a LIVE wildlife channel that simultaneously broadcast on the Internet and TV. The principle involved taking the LIVE community driven elements of a wildlife webcam and the high production values of a presenter led TV series and getting them working together at Djuma Game Reserve in South Africa. Broadcasting began on the 27th of April 2007. Since the beginning of the global pandemic, viewership of WildEarth has jumped fifteen fold.
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