Chris Terrill
British journalist
Chris Terrill
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.
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Chris Terrill returns for C5 exploration series
Broadcast - over 3 years
Channel 5 has commissioned a four-part series from Chris Terrill’s Uppercut Films which will follow the adventurer as he travels to dangerous environments from the Arctic to the Sahara.
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Chris Terrill Exclusive Interview
Female First - about 5 years
Award winning documentary filmmaker <a class="fplink fp-374891" href="/chris+terrill+1">Chris Terrill</a> took on his most dangerous mission last year when he joined the 42 Commando Royal Marines on the fro...
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Stamford-born soldier wants to bring dog he rescued home from Afghanistan - Rutland and Stamford Mercury
Google News - over 5 years
“I have had quite a bit of support from my mum and filmmaker Chris Terrill, who was filming a Channel 5 documentary with us, has been a massive help. “I have every intention of going back to see Trigger as soon as I can.” If you would like to help
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Solar and Energy Efficiency on the Rise While Additions and Remodeling Remains ... - CisionWire (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
“Energy efficiency is top of mind as energy costs rise and new financing and incentive programs become available in certain areas of the country,” said Chris Terrill, CEO for ServiceMagic. “Homeowners are not only investing in larger projects such as
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Companies learn to use Internet, social media to stand out - The Detroit News
Google News - over 5 years
&quot;Facebook is certainly something they&#39;re aware of,&quot; said ServiceMagic chief executive Chris Terrill. &quot;They&#39;re using it personally, but they&#39;re beginning to realize the benefits of it professionally.&quot; Beyond social media and search, businesses are
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First seniors graduate from Oasis High - Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Google News - over 5 years
&quot;They were brave to be the first,&quot; said Principal Chris Terrill. &quot;And they set a high bar for the classes that will follow.&quot; Oasis Seniors boasted the highest SAT scores in all of Lee County, according to Terrill, and are all headed for success
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First Class: Oasis Charter High School graduates its first senior class - Lehigh Acres Citizen
Google News - over 5 years
Principal Chris Terrill said the majority of the seniors who are graduating this weekend were a part of the Freshman Academy that was located at Oasis Middle School. He said the high school was built because the parents and students wanted to stay in
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Tiger Moth pilot 'stable' after plane crashes in field near Moor Crichel - Bournemouth Echo
Google News - almost 6 years
Filmmaker Chris Terrill has paid tribute to a charismatic &#39;action man&#39; and &#39;larger than life&#39; character who squeezed the most into his short life. “He was such an extraordinary young man,” Mr Terrill said. “He was only 21 when I first met him but
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Art Hop to feature 18 artists at 15 businesses in Paw Paw on Friday - Kalamazoo Gazette - MLive.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Chris Terrill, paper mache pottery. Shampoo Hut, 231 E. Michigan Ave.: Dan Smith, caricature demonstration and watercolor. Masonic Hall, 238 E. Michigan Ave.: Kim Caines, lighted wine bottles, embellished serving pieces; Sue Bombardt, glass objects
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Area artists will be on hand with work on display for downtown Paw Paw Art Hop - Courier Leader
Google News - almost 6 years
Stacey Korycki, black and white photography, at the Carnegie Center, 129 S. Kalamazoo Street; Chris Terrill, papier mache pottery, at Taylor&#39;s Florist and Gifts, 215 E. Michigan Avenue; Sandee Willis, collage, at Café 237, 237 E. Michigan Avenue;
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One Is a Big Number
NYTimes - over 14 years
TEN years ago Susan Campbell, a research coordinator at Brown University in Providence, R.I., was going through a rough period in her life and decided that she needed a vacation, even though it meant traveling alone. Ms. Campbell's travel agent suggested a Caribbean cruise, assuring Ms. Campbell that there would be plenty of other singles aboard
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TELEVISION REVIEW; In the Endeavour's Wake: A Voyage to the 1760's
NYTimes - over 14 years
With all the solemn reality shows around, it's nice to see one group flagrantly breaking the rules and having a grand old time. They are the stars of ''The Ship,'' the novice volunteer crew of the Endeavour, a re-creation of James Cook's 18th-century British sailing vessel. When they go ashore for the first time, in Cooktown, Australia, they head
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NEWS WATCH: PERSONALS; Online Dating Site's New Twist: Offline Partying, for $25 Fee
NYTimes - over 14 years
The idea behind online personals is that you can quickly sift a list of potential mates to find people who might tickle your interest. It is more efficient than random meetings in a bar, and no one is asking, ''Come here often?'' So it may seem strange that the leading online personals company, Match.com, has started a new $25-a-month subscription
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TELEVISION / RADIO; Britain's Docusoaps Transfix a Nation Of Flies on the Wall
NYTimes - over 18 years
IN the last year or so, British television viewers have been introduced to a traffic warden who sadistically sings ''Another One Bites the Dust'' when he finds an illegally parked car. They have met a middle-aged woman who, having failed her driving test six times, spreads terror among the local populace as she doggedly continues with her driving
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Chris Terrill
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2015
    Age 63
    In 2015 Terrill became a Fellow of The Maritime Foundation and was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
    More Details Hide Details Terrill lectures widely on film making techniques – especially on working solo in the field. He holds regular workshops at the London Film School. In 1999 Terrill was engaged for a brief period to former glamour model Heather Mills. He proposed to her on a fishing boat whilst sailing up the Mekong River in Cambodia, where they were making a film about landmines. Terrill is now married to the BAFTA award winning filmmaker Christine Hall.
  • 2014
    Age 62
    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.
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  • 2013
    Age 61
    On 9 February 2013 Terrill received a full apology in open court from News Group for repeatedly hacking his phone in 2005/06.
    More Details Hide Details They also paid undisclosed but substantial damages plus costs. Terrill is an accomplished amateur athlete, specialising in ultra running, triathlon, rugby and boxing.
  • FIFTIES
  • 2011
    Age 59
    In late 2011 Terrill embarked on a project that brought together the military and the theatre.
    More Details Hide Details The Theatre Royal, Haymarket (where Terrill had filmed Theatreland in 2009) put on a play using injured soldiers and marines as the actors, singers, and dancers. The play, written by the poet Owen Sheers and based on the experiences of the soldiers mostly in Afghanistan, was called The Two Worlds of Charlie F and was performed on 22 January 2012. Terrill's feature-length film entitled Theatre of War, documenting the preparation of the play, was shown on BBC1's Imagine strand and was nominated for a prestigious Grierson Award in the best arts documentary category.
    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.
    More Details Hide Details This was for a 6-part series commissioned by Channel Five entitled "Royal Marines: Mission Afghanistan" transmitted in January/February 2012.
  • 2010
    Age 58
    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).
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  • 2009
    Age 57
    Born in 2009.
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