|Name David Cobham|
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David Cobham is a UK film and TV producer and director, known for the film Tarka the Otter.
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He also directed the children's TV series Bernard's Watch, Brendon Chase, Out of Sight and Woof!. Cobham's other work includes wildlife programmes, the films The Goshawk (1968), To Build a Fire (1969), One Pair of Eyes (1970) about the sculptor John Skeaping, Survival in Limbo (1976) starring Duncan Carse, Seal Morning (1986) and a BBC series about Japan, In the Shadow of Fujisan (BBC One 1987 and BBC Four 2009). He was also the director/producer for BP's film of Donald Campbell's Land Speed Record attempt at Utah in 1960.
He is married to Liza Goddard, ex-president of the Hawk and Owl Trust, of which he is vice-president.