Tim Haines

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Tim Haines
Occupation TV director and producer
Children Olivia, Ellie, Angus, Rufus, Finn

Tim Haines is a screenwriter, producer and director who is best known for his work on the BBC popular science shows Walking with Dinosaurs, Walking with Beasts, and Walking with Monsters. He is co-creator and executive producer of the ITV sci-fi drama Primeval, and founder of the production company Impossible Pictures.

Tim Haines graduated from Bangor University in 1982 with a BSc in Applied Zoology, before beginning a career as a journalist, eventually working for the BBC, and becoming a producer. In 2002, Bangor University awarded him an Honorary Fellowship.[1]

He is also an author, and has written and co-written many books relating to the television series.



Year Title
1999 Walking with Dinosaurs
2002 The Giant Claw: A 'Walking with Dinosaurs' special (TV documentary short)
2003 Chased by Dinosaurs
2005 Walking with Monsters


Year Title
1994-1997 Horizon (3 episodes)
1998 Nova (2 episodes)
1999 Walking With Dinosaurs
2000 The Science of Big Al
2000 The Ballad of Big Al
2001 Walking with Beasts
2001 Triumph of the Beasts
2001 The Beast Within
2001 The Lost World (TV movie)
2003 Sea Monsters: A Walking With Dinosaurs Trilogy
2004 The Legend of the Tamworth Two (TV movie)
2004 Space Odyssey: Voyage to the Planets
2004 Space Odyssey: The Robot Pioneers
2005 Walking with Monsters
2006 Ocean Odyssey
2007 Primeval
2009 Defying Gravity
2009 Blitz Street
2012 Sinbad
2012 Primeval: New World

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  1. ^ [1] BBC Interview