Cindy Buxton & Annie Price

Cindy Buxton made several successful wildlife films in Africa for television. Then, in 1978, she decided to film on the Falkland Islands and managed to persuade Annie Price to give up photographing children to become her assistant.

In conversation with Roy Plomley, they talk about their experiences, about their life during the invasion, and they choose the four records each which they would take to the mythical island.

[Taken from the original programme material for this archive edition of Desert Island Discs]

Favourite track: Sailing by Rod Stewart
Book: A book on explorers and Jonathan Livingstone's Seagull by Richard Bach
Luxury: Cow and a box of soap

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55 minutes

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Fri 30 Dec 1983 09:05


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PresenterRoy Plomley

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