Colin Willock
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Colin Willock (13 January 1919 – 26 March 2005) was a magazine editor and a nature documentary writer and producer, working on series such as
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's ''
Survival Survival, or the act of surviving, is the propensity of something to continue existing, particularly when this is done despite conditions that might kill or destroy it. The concept can be applied to humans and other living things (or, hypotheti ...
''. Aubrey Buxton brought him in to work on the first ever programme in the ''
Survival Survival, or the act of surviving, is the propensity of something to continue existing, particularly when this is done despite conditions that might kill or destroy it. The concept can be applied to humans and other living things (or, hypotheti ...
'' series in 1961, '' The London Scene''. He was awarded the Royal Geographical Society's Cherry Kearton Medal and Award in 1987.


Works

*'' The London Scene'' (1961) *''Flight of the Snow Geese'' (1972)


See also

*Survival (TV series)


References


External links

* {{DEFAULTSORT:Willock, Colin 1919 births 2005 deaths British magazine editors British documentary filmmakers