YouTube link. Yesterday evening I watched the first episode of Blue Planet II. You read about nature and watch movies and videos for a lifetime and think you've seen it all, and then... wow.
In this web exclusive, naturalist Sir David Attenborough, of the BBC America series "Planet Earth: Blue Planet II," talks with correspondent Mark Phillips about advances in the production of nature documentaries, and about competition among wildlife cameramen to get a shot never filmed before.
We are bathed in starlight. During the day we see the Sun, light reflected off the surface of the Earth and blue sunlight scattered by the air. At night we see the stars, as well as sunlight reflected off the Moon and the planets.
The naturalist Sir David Attenborough returns with the new series "Planet Earth: Blue Planet II" on BBC America. He talks with correspondent Mark Phillips about the changing nature of nature documentaries and the survival of wildlife in a changing world.
With his new documentary series, "Planet Earth: Blue Planet II," the renowned naturalist presents the beauty and drama of nature, and wildlife's increasing fight to survive us
"Blue Planet II" is a nature documentary miniseries and a sequel to 2001's "The Blue Planet". The series focuses on the rare and unusual creatures of the deep, as well as the... For more, visit our blog !
Image Cache. I'm not usually one of those "check out this beautiful planet photo" people (jk, I am). But seriously, the images coming from the citizen scientists looking at Juno data are all incredible. I'm not sure how this latest one can even be real. More »
SERIES Saturday Night Live Jessica Chastain hosts, with musical guest Troye Sivan. 8:29 and 11:29 p.m. NBC Planet Earth: Blue Planet II This new installment of BBC America’s Emmy-winning “Planet Earth” series premieres simultaneously across several networks. Presented by David Attenborough, the...
"Blue Planet II" premieres in the US on Saturday, January 20 at 9 pm ET. For the series, producers spent more than 6,000 hours underwater over four years, visiting 39 countries on 125 expeditions. The footage they captured is breathtaking, heartbreaking, and stunning. Earth's oceans make life possible. Show More Summary
The sequel to 2001's The Blue Planet comes to the U.S. on Saturday, and Blue Planet II's premiere will simulcast at 9 p.m. ET on five networks: BBC America, AMC, IFC, Sundance, and WE tv. This deep dive into the oceans and their inhabitants...Show More Summary
The trailer for "Blue Planet II." [Photo by Wexor Tmg at Unsplash]
Blue Planet II, the latest BBC nature documentary narrated by David Attenborough, is finally set to air in the US this Saturday on BBC America, AMC, and other networks. Here’s a five-minute preview…if this doesn’t pique your interest,...Show More Summary
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A mother walrus try to find a slab of ice for her calf to rest is one of the saddest scenes in BBC America’s “Planet Earth: Blue Planet II."
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The environmental impact of plastic is finally receiving the attention it deserves. This is partly down to the BBC's Blue Planet II highlighting the problem of ocean plastics. But it's also because the Chinese government has recently imposed quality restrictions on the import of recyclable materials, in an attempt to address domestic concerns over pollution and public health.