Tuesday August 4, 2020

First Person

Sometimes I think I will be remembered the way Ken Clarke referred to Theresa May: ‘She can be a difficult woman, but she can be quite good.’

4th September, 2016
Doug Allen Picture: Doug Allen

Doug Allan is an award-winning wildlife cameraman who will be travelling around Ireland this autumn to give people an insight into his life and interactions in the wild. His camera work features in acclaimed BBC documentaries Life, The Blue Planet and Frozen Planet, among others. Sir David Attenborough has said of working with him: “Wildlife cameramen don’t come much more special than Doug.”

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