The Britain’s Treasure Islands documentary series follows Stewart McPherson’s 70,000 km journey to all of the UK Overseas Territories to explore the unique wildlife, cultures and history of Britain’s most remote outposts scattered across all sevens seas.
Three versions of the series have been released globally:
3 * 60 minute episodes for channels without adverts.
4 * 48 minute episodes for channels that feature adverts.
and a 2 episode blue chip series titled ‘Nature’s Treasure Islands’ for channels requiring a cut down version.
The various versions of the series have sold to channels across the globe, including BBC4, National Geographic USA, SBS (Australia), Choice TV (New Zealand) and numerous others.
Three episode version – starting BBC4 April 12th at 9.00 pm
Please note: in addition to the broadcast series versions listed above, separately, 42 ‘mini-documentaries’ have been made using the footage not used in the broadcast series. The mini-documentaries can be watched online free of charge. To view the mini-documentaries, please CLICK HERE
Below are some reels showcasing the Britain’s Treasure Islands broadcast series.
Overview of Britain’s Treasure Islands TV documentary series
Britain’s Treasure Islands teaser (1 of 4) – series short overview
Britain’s Treasure Islands teaser (2 of 4) – half a million king penguins
Britain’s Treasure Islands teaser (3 of 4) – Boatswain Bird Island
Britain’s Treasure Islands teaser (4 of 4) – “making of” Interview with Stewart McPherson
Read more about the wildlife, history and cultural heritage of all of the UK Overseas Territories in the 704 page Britain’s Treasure Islands book (CLICK HERE).
Watch 42 ‘mini-documentaries’ that explore the wildlife, cultures and history of all of the UK Overseas Territories (CLICK HERE).