Roar of the Wild (2006– )

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Roar of the Wild is an interactive wild adventure evoked by the call of nature and the urge to explore survival instincts. The show is hosted by Lin Sutherland, a wildlife photographer who ... See full summary »

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Roar of the Wild is an interactive wild adventure evoked by the call of nature and the urge to explore survival instincts. The show is hosted by Lin Sutherland, a wildlife photographer who has a unique and inapt ability to unearth interesting and stimulating stories many people may have never seen. In this series the audience will gain an insight into a variety of bizarre and colorful wildlife and the often-unusual social and interactive behavior. Written by Sutherland, Lin (II)

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29 April 2006 (Australia)  »

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To kalesma tis agrias fysis  »

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$390,000 (estimated)
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(13 episodes)

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(RCA Sound System)

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Welcome to the wonderful world of beach bimbo wildlife television
26 January 2007 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Quite bad really, I have just seen this, sort of a home made wildlife/ sailing lifestyle show, not really sure as the whole thing is all over the place. The pictures quality is low and looks like it was filmed with an ordinary home video camera. The main problem is the host who also is the voice over person, she has a terrible voice which drones on in a monotone and, while I don't have a problem with the female form almost every second shot seems to be her running to, swimming past or walking away from camera in her itty bitty bikini, novel at first but gets a bit boring after a while. While it will probably be popular with 16-25 year old males its not really very good television. The whole just ends up just looking like a couples holiday video with a cheesy voice over.


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