the BBC Radio Times the radio and television magazine August 9th 1963
on the Desert was a 30 minute programme in black and white in the Adventure
series created by David Attenborough.
film was made by Tony Morrison and Mark Howell with a colleague Allan Reditt acting
as business manager and asssistant. The production company was Nonesuch Expedtiions.
was the first televeison film to feature the Nasca [Nazca] desert markings and
to introduce Maria Reiche to the world. The commentary based on a script by Mark
Howell was written by Jacquetta Hawkes the archaeologist wife of acclaimed author
by Patrick Wymark
by Harry Hastings
edited by Brian Branston
in Ealing Studios by the BBC