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According to Amy Pond, filmers of wildlife documentaries had to be "all detached and cold", and just keep on filming the wounded cub, letting him die for the sake of the film instead of saving it. She didn't think she could do that. (TV: The Beast Below)

Wildlife documentaries were mainly shown on television. Wildlife at One was one such programme, and aired on BBC1 at the same time that ITV showed The Cook Report. Both shows were interrupted on 6 May 1997 to show a UFO above Nelson's Column. (PROSE: The Dying Days)

Ace, perhaps sarcastically, remarked that wildlife documentaries would be "more [the Seventh Doctor's] thing" than Roderik Saarl's television talk show. (PROSE: Prime Time)

Andrew compared a horrific creature he'd seen to "an undersea wildlife documentary by Francis Bacon". (PROSE: The Andrew Invasion) Bernice Summerfield thought her husband's intense attraction to Ace akin to a wildlife documentary. (PROSE: Happy Endings) A Hitchemus plain with tall grass reminded Anji Kapoor of wildlife documentaries she'd seen. (PROSE: The Year of Intelligent Tigers)

Arko complained that his friends Han Krista and Starl Stanmore were commenting on a creature that looked like it just came out of a cocoon like they were part of a wildlife documentary, rather than helping find Benny Summerfield, Shell and Dex Tinhar. (PROSE: The Gods of the Underworld)

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