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Chris Terrill

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Born 1952

Chris Terrill is an anthropologist, adventurer, author and filmmaker born in Brighton in 1952. He attended Brighton College 1965–1970, and then went to Durham University where he gained a joint-honours degree in Geography and Anthropology. Between 1976 and 1977 he lived with the remote Acholi Tribe of Southern Sudan where he carried out doctoral research on the impact of civil war on the tribal society before taking up the post of Head of Geography at Rendcomb College in Gloucestershire.… Read More

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2009 Birth Born in 2009.
2010 1 Year Old In 2010 he spent six months on in the Caribbean filming counter narcotics operations as well as humanitarian disaster relief during the hurricane season (Royal Navy: Caribbean Patrol for Channel Five and National Geographic).
In 2011 Terrill returned to working with the Royal Marines when he joined 42 Commando in the dangerous Nad e Ali (north) district of Helmand Province. … Read More
2013 4 Years Old On 9 February 2013 Terrill received a full apology in open court from News Group for repeatedly hacking his phone in 2005/06. … Read More
2014 5 Years Old In 2014 Terrill's current affairs film for the BBC: Marine A: Criminal or Casualty of War? won the Evcom Clarion Award for ethics in journalism.
2015 6 Years Old In 2015 Terrill became a Fellow of The Maritime Foundation and was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award. … Read More
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