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  Heather Angel Thursday 28 August 2003  
Heather Angel become known as the panda lady, for her expressive photographs of these rare and beautiful creatures. Her by-line has appeared on thousands of wildlife photographs over her long and fertile career.

She was only the second woman to become head of the Royal Photographic Society and she was the first UK wildlife photographer to become a professor.
Heather Angel joins Jenni to tell her more about work and her current exhibition, Natural Visions.
'Natural Visions' exhibition is currently on at the Grosvenor Museum in Chester until 21 September ? then moving to Bristol Museum and Art Gallery on 25 October. See website for more details.

Heather Angel: Natural Visions

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