PATRICK Morris (producer and camerman) and Huw Cordey (cameraman) are hosting an entertaining evening giving a fascinating insight into the making of the highly acclaimed David Attenborough TV series’ ‘Planet Earth’ and ‘Life’.

For photography enthusiasts and wildlife lovers this is a must see event to find out about the challenges they have faced and the amazing sites they have seen as they capture some of nature’s rarest animals on film.

This exciting talk – ‘Life through the Lens’ - is taking place in Alumni Auditorium, Forum at the University of Exeter on Wednesday 21st May at 7:00pm.

Community Fundraiser Susie Healey said: “Everyone really enjoys the David Attenborough wildlife documentaries so we are so excited to have Patrick and Huw, who worked alongside him and captured the magic of the animal kingdom on camera for us all to see.

It will be an amusing and insightful evening into what it is like behind the scenes of these award winning programmes.”

Tickets for ‘Life through the Lens’ are £10 (£7 for students) and all proceeds are for Hospiscare.

To purchase call 01392 688020 or buy online at

Hospiscare is a local charity which provides specialist care and support to those with a terminal illness and their families across Exeter, mid and east Devon.