Mumbai: Sony BBC Earth, India’s No. 1 factual entertainment channel and home to the most iconic and premium content, continues to deliver to its promise of making the viewers ‘feel alive’. The channel gives the opportunity for viewers in India to meet the global storyteller and Natural History Producer, Jonny Keeling, andfind out what it takes to bring the incredible, never before-seen wildlife stories to the TV screens.
Jonny Keeling comes with 22 years of experience as an acclaimed Natural History Filmmaker who has worked on award-winning series like Planet Earth II, Deadly Pole to Pole, among others. These shows air exclusively on Sony BBC Earthin India.He is the man behind some of the most iconic, incredible and never-seen-before wildlife sequences, including the BAFTA-winning ‘Must-See Moment’ – Snake-Iguana chase From Planet Earth II series.
With the help of advanced cutting-edge technology, Jonny with his team has captured and covered the vast tapestry of Earth by going where few humans dare to and highlight wonders of the natural world. Jonny’s travel tales include India where he and his team captured some of the most iconic scenes of Planet Earth II– From the snow leopards in Ladakhto Langurs in Jodhpur and Leopards in Mumbai.
Jonny will be addressing the students at St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai. He will be giving them insights and sharing behind-the-scene stories that go into making award winning series like Planet Earth II. On social media, Jonny will be engaging with his fans by answering a few select questions received From across India, about natural history filmmaking and his unique experiences.
Jonny Keeling, Consulting Executive Producer, Natural History Unit said, “I am excited to share my passion with Indian viewers and fans. I am delighted to know that Sony BBC Earth is India’s No.1 infotainment channel and the viewers here love the pure-play content the channel offers including some of the shows that I have produced. That’s a huge compliment for us and we hope to continue our efforts in bringing the world closer to you and making you feel alive”.