2016

1 x 60 minutes

Madagascar’s legendary Lemurs

Among its stone forests, spiny groves and lush jungles, on the mystical island of Madagascar live over 100 species of endemic Lemurs.  In isolation for over 88 million years these ancient primates have adapted into the remarkable creatures they are today.  Amongst the Aye Aye with it’s extended twig-like hunting finger; the side stepping, leaping Sifakas and the Ring Tailed Lemurs with their own personal form of communication, live examples of the species that are as high as your shoulder or small enough to hold in the palm of your hand.

Co-production with National Geographic International

Production

Kyle Murdoch

Executive in Charge of Production

Kyle Murdoch

Andrew Waterworth

Executive Producer

Andrew Waterworth

Veronica McCarthy-de Friez

Producer & Writer

Veronica McCarthy-de Friez

Stacey Robertson

Production Manager

Stacey Robertson

Lemuel Lyes

Senior Archive Producer

Lemuel Lyes

Dr Nigel Dunstone

Researcher & Annotator

Dr Nigel Dunstone

Meg Townend

Editor

Meg Townend

Susan Harvey

Editor

Susan Harvey

Angel McNamara

Online Editor

Angel McNamara

Daniel Wardrop

Sound Post Production

Daniel Wardrop