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We might not be at Wimbledon but we are channeling their refreshments….. http://t.co/IqgxHrvPvX

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TONIGHT on #TheOneShow at 7pm on @BBCOne see @MirandaKnature swimming with amazing Barrel Jellyfish… http://t.co/oJKj3KmoO7

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Welcome to Tigress

Tigress Productions has a worldwide reputation for outstanding and innovative programmes. The Company makes a wide range of adventure, science, and wildlife documentaries, from the extraordinary series following climbers on Everest for Discovery to rigging remote control cameras around a dead hippo to see what comes to eat the two million calorie feast.

 

From its early beginnings making its acclaimed celebrity wildlife series, In the Wild, Tigress is now one of Britain’s largest and best known specialist factual producers working with most major UK and international broadcasters. Its programmes have won numerous prestigious awards working with presenters and Hollywood stars such as Julia Roberts, Robin Williams, and Ewan McGregor.

 

Among its outstanding shows are ultra real survival series Alone in the Wild, adventure wildlife programmes Freddie Flintoff Goes Wild, nature mystery series Nature Shock, hundreds of One Show features, multi award winning documentary Titus the gorilla and Ben’s Zoo which grew into “We Bought A Zoo” starring Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson. Established in 1991 it is now part of Endemol.

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Two of the entries put forward by Tigress for the 2014/2015 RTS West of England have been nominated! Firstly, the superb Monty Halls has been nominated in the Best On-Screen Talent category and is up against some very worthy opponents. Monty has been nominated for the Monty Halls' Dive Mysteries…

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In Nigel Slater: Eating Together food writer and cook Nigel Slater meets devoted home cooks across multi-cultural Britain to gather inspiration from the distant cousins of his favorite recipes and discover what makes different cultures within Britain tick. In this piece for the Radio Times Nigel Slater celebrates the foreign…

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