DICK WARNER has over 90 broadcast television documentaries to his credit. As well as writing and presenting the original 24 programmes of Waterways (which won the Jacob's Award) he wrote and presented 18 Voyage programmes about Ireland's coastal waters. He did the same for the 8 programmes of the RTÉ/Channel 4 co-production Spirit of Trees and wrote Wood from the Trees for Time Horizon/RTÉ. He presented Ironing the Land, 8 documentaries about Irish railway history, as well as numerous one-off documentaries for Agtel/Independent Pictures and Tile Films Ltd. He has also written and voiced a number of David Shaw-Smith's documentaries, including his recent Cots and Cotsmen.
In addition he has a huge portfolio of non-broadcast work, much of it about waterways of one kind or another, for clients such as the Central Fisheries Board, The Loughs Agency, The Office of Public Works, the National Botanic Gardens and Tourism Ireland. He also writes for print media and has published several books, the latest (2008) being The Liffey- Portrait of a River. He writes features and a weekly wildlife column for the Irish Examiner and for a number of magazines.
Associated Tile Films Productions