Title: When a lioness wants a pet a baby antelope will do. Review.
Date: 5/3/2005; Publication: The New York Times (New York, NY)
Title: I’m wild about this soap. BBC’s Big Cat Diary at it’s best.
Date: 6/1/2004; Publication: The Daily Mail (London, England)
Title: Wild thing! Saba Douglas-Hamilton spent her childhood helping her father to study elephants in Africa, and is fronting the BBC’s latest wildlife series. Is she the new David Attenborough?
Date: 28/9/2003; Publication: Mail on Sunday (London, England)
Title: “Escape the Elephants”: reality TV for the whole family.
Date: 20/2/2003; Publication: The Dallas Morning News (via Knight-Ridder/Tribune News Service)
Title: Freeze a jolly good fellow(Review)
Date: 26/9/2002; Publication: The Daily Mail (London, England)Author: Paterson, Peter
Title: You ask the questions; (Such as: so, Saba Douglas-Hamilton, `telly wildlife stunner’, what’s the most unusual snack you’ve eaten in the bush? And however did you get that name?). (Features)
Date: 23/1/2002; Publication: The Independent (London, England)
Title: Spotlight: Saba’s on the trail of a jumbo friend.
Date: 20/1/2002; Publication: Sunday Mercury; Author: Roz Laws
Title: The elephant I’ll never forget; Saba Douglas-Hamilton on her mission to be reunited with the elephant that greeted her as a baby. By Graham Keal. (Features)
Date: 19/1/2002; Publication: The Mirror (London, England);
Title: Getting chummy with the chimps; The dangers and deprivations Alastair Fothergill faced going ape in the jungle. By Graham Keal. (Features)
Date: 5/1/2002; Publication: The Mirror (London, England);
Title: Our primal dream Two wildlife film-makers headed off to the jungle and literally lived like apes in an attempt to find out what makes them tick. (Features)
Date: 5/1/2002; Publication: Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland);
Title: BBC is wild about its new jungle queen.
Date: 4/1/2002; Publication: The Daily Mail (London, England); Author: Boshoff, Alison
Title: Bush babies; Within weeks of her birth, Saba Douglas-Hamilton met Virgo the elephant in the African bush that was home to them both. Their friendship spanned 26 years, so when the BBC needed someone to make two documentaries on elephants, Saba was the obvious choice.
Title: Nigel Blundell meets the woman whose love of wild places and animals has led to a career in television. (Weekend)
Date: 29/12/2001; Publication: Daily Telegraph (London, England); Author: Blundell, Nigel


3 thoughts on “Press

  1. That’s Amazing,Saba!
    I’m your fun!
    I Love the “Big Cat Diary” ,and Save the Elephant project, wonderful job! 🙂
    Elephant ,and zebras is my favourite African animals, and antelopes,and more,more…

    All the Best,
    Daniel from Poland.

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