About Burt Wolf

Burt Wolf has produced more than 4,000 segments for CNN, 800 segments for ABC, 125 half-hour programs for the travel division of The Discovery Channel, and 350 half-hours for public broadcasting in the United States.

His programs are broadcast on Public Television to 90 percent of the television homes in the United States, and translated into Russian, Polish, Ukrainian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Mandarin and Korean to be syndicated to an international audience of over 100 million.

Wolf’s cultural history programs have included: The History and Future of Shopping; a series on Sacred Pilgrimage Sites; and a series on the History of Immigration to the United States. The New York Times described them as “the best food, travel, and cultural history shows on television.”

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Travels & Traditions is a series of half-hour programs in which Wolf travels to cities around the world and presents their history, culture, gastronomy and tourist attractions.

Wolf has written or edited 67 books, which were were distributed by major publishing companies including Random House, Knopf, Doubleday, Simon & Schuster and McGraw Hill. He also is the founder of the Double Elephant Press, which has published signed numbered portfolios containing the work of some of the world’s greatest photographers including Walker Evans, Lee Friedlander, Garry Winogrand and Helmut Newton.

Get more information about Burt Wolf’s two-episode series on cell phones and RF radiation.

https://ehtrust.org/the-jackson-hole-environmental-health-trust-film-series-burt-wolfs-two-films-short-guide-to-cell-phone-safety-and-dangers-of-rf-radiation/ Source: Environmental Health Trust