Just a Drop’s annual talk next month will feature the filmmakers behind the BBC shows Life, Planet Earth, Galapagos and The Hunt.
Taking place at the Royal Geographical Society (April 25), the evening event is called For the Love of Nature.
The audience will hear Just a Drop ambassadors Huw Cordey and Patrick Morris talk about 30 years of wildlife filmmaking, including the making of upcoming Netflix series Our Planet, narrated by David Attenborough and due for release in April.
The talk will be followed by an audience question-and-answer session, led by Stephen Sackur, presenter of BBC’s HARDTalk and Just a Drop Patron.
Morris said: “For the Love of Nature is a great opportunity for us to share some of our personal stories about the wildlife, people and the environment that have truly inspired us over the past 30 years of natural history filmmaking all over our planet.”
Fiona Jeffery, chairman and founder of Just a Drop, said: “Huw and Patrick really understand how essential water is to life on this planet, and I look forward to a gripping evening as they share their wildlife filmmaking stories.”
Just a Drop is an international development charity working to bring sustainable safe water, sanitation and hygiene projects to communities around the world.
All proceeds from the evening will go towards Just a Drop’s projects.
For tickets, click here.
Orangutan picture: copyright Huw Cordey
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