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Wild Russia is a six-episode series of documentaries about the wilderness in Russia (original title in German: Wildes Russland) made by the German NDR Naturfilm/Studio Hamburg Doclights (executive producer: Jörn Röver) for NDR/WDR/S4C/Animal Planet and National Geographic in 2009.[1] The German version of NDR Blu-ray (also DVD) was narrated by Christian Brückner, and its English version was narrated by Clifford Wells. The National Geographic version was narrated by Paterson Joseph. It was re-edited and aired by Animal Planet in the United States,[2] narrated by Jason Hildebrandt.[3]

Episodes

The series (series producer: Henry M. Mix) consisted of six episodes.[4] The National Geographic version was aired in the following order:

The Animal Planet version was aired in the following order:

The German NDR version was aired and arranged on DVD and Blu-ray discs in the following order:

See also

References

  1. ^ Entry at IMDB
  2. ^ "Wild Russia". Animal Planet. 30 May 2012.
  3. ^ "Wild Russia". Animal Planet. 30 May 2012.
  4. ^ Wild Russia TV Show in National Geographic TV
External video
video icon Wild Russia playlist on YouTube
video icon (Nat Geo Wild) Wild Russia: Arctic HD (Nature Documentary) on YouTube
video icon (Nat Geo Wild HD) Wild Russia: The Secret Forest HD (Nature Documentary) on YouTube
video icon (National Geographic) Wild Russia - Arctic (Animal Documentary) on YouTube
video icon (National Geographic) Wild Russia: Primeval Valleys HD (Nature Documentary) on YouTube