Postponed: Due to the Covid-19 pandemic this event has been postponed. A new date will be released once we have a better understanding of the situation.
Enjoy a talk by Monty Halls following his second series of My Family and The Galapagos on Channel 4.
During the evening Monty will share his experience of filming My Family & the Galapagos, which aired on Channel 4 in February 2020.
The Halls family, who live in Dartmouth, first travelled to the mysterious Galapagos Islands together in 2017. This is when they came face-to-face with its amazing wildlife, saw conservation in action and the impact that pollution is having on this unique paradise. They returned in 2019 to firm the second series which has just been on TV.
Monty Halls is best known for his three BBC2 series ‘Great Escapes’, where he lived on the west coast of Scotland and Ireland with his dog Reuben. He also presented the multi-award winning series ‘Great Barrier Reef’ and in 2014 filmed the ground-breaking expedition series ‘Lost Worlds’ for the Discovery Channel.
In 2015 Monty founded Seadog TV and Film Productions, creating factual content for broadcast and brands. Its first broadcast commission was the hugely successful WWII’s Great Escapes, which aired in September 2017 on Channel 4.
26th March 6.30pm
The Field Studies Centre
Drinks available on the night
To park in the car park next to the Field Studies Centre the postcode is: GU34 3JU
When entering the village from the A31:
Enter Selborne and continue along the road past the museum. When you see the Selborne Arms take the first turn on the right immediately after the Selborne Arms. You will see a car park on your right, go to the back of this section into the rear section of car park labelled overflow. Straight on to the back of this is the Field Studies Centre.
When entering the village from Petersfield direction:
Enter Selborne and continue along the road. When you see the Selborne Arms take the turn immediately before the pub on the left. You will see a car park on your right, go to the back of this section into the rear section of car park labelled overflow. Straight on to the back of this is the Field Studies Centre.