Dr. Karl P. N. Shuker

Media Appearances/Consultancy

Dr Shuker in GMTV interview. GIF

Dr Karl P.N. Shuker in interview on GMTV

Television Appearances

All during the 1990s and 2000s. Most notable include the following:

The Beast of Exmoor (TSW 30-min documentary, in UK).

What's Up Doc? (ITV Saturday morning teenagers' show, UK).

3-D (ITV network documentary series, UK).

Strange But True (ITV documentary series hosted by Michael Aspel, UK).

Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious Universe (Discovery Channel, documentary series, satellite worldwide).

GMTV interviews with Anthea Turner, Lorraine Kelly, and various other presenters (breakfast TV show, UK).

This Morning, with Richard and Judy (ITV breakfast TV, UK).

John Hammond Show, 30-min interview (Wire TV, cable, UK).

Live Wire interview with Mike Morris (Wire TV, cable, UK).

Sky News interviews (Sky TV, satellite worldwide).

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, as a successful contestant (high-bracket prize-winner) in November 2001.

Numerous news items on local TV stations (UK).

Plus, countless radio interviews on local and national BBC (e.g. The Natural History Programme on BBC Radio 4), as well as Independent stations in Britain and overseas (e.g. Coast To Coast AM in the USA.

Television Consultancy

All during the 1990s and 2000s. Most notable include the following:

Fortean Review of the Year (BBC documentary, in UK).

Strange Days (BBC documentary, UK).

Fantastic Facts (ITV light entertainment series hosted by Jonathan Ross, UK).

Cryptozoology Magazine (Yorkshire TV, UK).

Magic Mystery Show (Anglia/Meridian children's programme, UK).

Into The Unknown (also entitled The Super Natural in UK), with on-screen credit as consultant for each episode (a major 10-episode documentary series on cryptozoology, first screened in USA and UK in 1998, and chosen to be represented at MIPCOM, an international TV conference; Discovery/Yorkshire TV, satellite worldwide). Re-screened in UK on Channel 5 in edited format as In Search of Mythical Monsters in 2001.

The Last Dragon (Animal Planet docudrama for Channel 4, 2004).

Dr Shuker has also served as a question setter (with on-air credit) for the BBC's cerebral quiz show, Mastermind (transmitted for 25 years on BBC TV, subsequently transmitted on BBC Radio 4, now back on BBC TV).

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