Television shows produced by Andrew St Pierre White

Andrew’s first TV show appeared on Discovery Channel and was an aviation documentary called ‘The Death of Pelican-16’, the extraordinary story of professionalism, skill and pure good fortune that saved the lives of the 19 crew of an Avro Shackleton maritime patrol aircraft that crashed in the Western Sahara. Following that, South Africa TV called, and a 3-part documentary series called ‘Time Travel in the Kalahari’ was made, exploring the geographical mysteries of the fabled Kalahari Desert.

Since then, Andrew has earned the commonly-used name, ‘The David Attenborough of 4WD’. This is because his work evolved into exploring the most remote parts of the world in 4WD vehicles. His body of work included nine TV series shot in 19 countries on 4 continents.  Andrew is now a world respected expedition filmmaker and storyteller.

He lives near Perth, Western Australia.

The page below lists Andrew’s TV series currently available for TV release. Andrew hold all rights to these productions.

The full list can be downloaded and streamed using a link provided at the bottom of the page.

For broadcast enquiries, the link is HERE.

Highly-acclaimed Mini Series. 2022

Take a 45-year-old Range Rover. Add the world’s longest and most remote cattle route. Mix in a bowl. Add two Germans, two English blokes and an Iraqi Uber Eats Driver. And what do you get?

Sometimes sweet, often spicy. Never bitter.

Escape into a magical world of the remote wilderness of the Canning Stock Route in Western Australia. Five friends take on over 1000 miles of red dunes, spiky grass, scruffy camels and shifty dingoes in an heroic 4-part TV adventure.

Feature documentary 2020

Revelling in the discomfort of utter isolation, visits by lions and breakdowns, a solo traveler quenches an unquenchable thirst for the sometimes hostile but beguiling Kalahari Desert. This is an explorer’s unforgettable 10-year infatuation with a disappearing wilderness.

Filmed between 2008 and 2018.

Limited series 2018

Andrew St. Pierre White, AKA ‘The David Attenborough of 4×4’ takes a self-drive expedition through the vast Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Lake Kariba, into Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park and the largest ancient salt pans on Earth in search of, and succeeding in finding close encounters with wild animals. Beautifully photographed and edited, what make this series  unique is the authentic, unvarnished nature of the encounters.

Limited series 2011

This extraordinary journey over 66 days sees the dreams of a young English boy being fulfilled, as he retraces his love of the remote African wilderness. His goal is to locate the very source of the Okavango River and then to take a bottled sample along a river that changes its name five times, to its final resting place as it vanishes into barren ground far from the sea in the remote Kalahari. 

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