Nature documentary series Blue Planet II has convinced its parent company, the BBC, to ban all plastic cups, utensils, and containers by 2020—and others are joining in the cause. In the series, narrator Sir David Attenborough asked that people around the world begin taking plastic pollution more seriously, and the BBC is answering the call. Show More Summary
"Blue Planet II" is currently airing on Saturdays at 9/8c on BBC AMERICA and fans of the hit series have something to look forward to in early 2019: "Dynasty."
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.
In this web exclusive, naturalist Sir David Attenborough talks with correspondent Mark Phillips about the value of wildlife documentaries over traditional zoos, and the benefits of each.
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
“Cities” illustrates how human habitats are increasingly incompatible with the species that lived there first In the final episode of Planet Earth II, Sir David Attenborough’s measured narration takes a sudden, introspective turn. “In the last 6,000 years, the surface of our planet has undergone a sudden change,” he says. Show More Summary
Sir David Frederick Attenborough, OM, CH, CVO, CBE, FRS, FLS, FZS, FSA, is the best. That sounds like an opinion, but it's pretty much objective fact at this point. The British broadcaster and naturalist has been narrating the wonders...Show More Summary
(University of Leicester) University of Leicester archaeologist Dr. Richard Thomas provides expertise to upcoming BBC One documentary with Sir David Attenborough on Sunday, Dec. 10.
The broadcaster will end his hugely popular Blue Planet II series with a stark warning Coral reefs, including Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, will have died and dissolved away by 2100, Sir David Attenborough will say in the last programme of his Blue Planet II series, to be shown next Sunday. He will warn that CO2 […]
"The oceans cover 70% of the surface of our planet, and yet they are still the least explored," says Sir David Attenborough in the opening sequence of the recent BBC documentary series Blue Planet II. "Hidden beneath the waves, there...Show More Summary
Blue Planet II proved Sir David Attenborough could still be as ruthless and patient as any predator in the series itself.
Last year, some 124,000 people voted to name a new British research vessel Boaty McBoatface, but the decision was overturned. The ship was named instead for the popular British broadcaster Sir David Attenborough. Trainy McTrainface,Show More Summary
Thanks to field naturalist and artist Rosemary Mosco of birdandmoon, the animals have finally turned the tables on one of our heroes, Sir David Attenborough. [via Geeks are Sexy]
Mesosticta davidattenboroughi - Sir David's Cretaceous Damselfly Broadcaster, naturalist and all-round good guy, Sir David Attenborough has been honoured yet again by having a newly described species named after him. This time, it is a new species of Cretaceous damselfly discovered in a piece of Burmese amber (burmite). Fossils of insects are extremely rare and
A new species of damselfly from the Cretaceous period has been named after the iconic naturalist and TV presenter Sir David Attenborough.
The new $180 million polar research vessel RRS Sir David Attenborough currently under construction at the Cammell Laird Birkenhead shipyard in the Port of Liverpool City Region, U.K. is slated to be equipped with FarSounder's longest range sonar system, the FarSounder-1000.
In a stunning episode of the BBC Earth series The Hunt, narrator Sir David Attenborough explains the remarkable and calculated strategy employed by dolphins, sea lions, sharks and whales to disrupt and then feed upon giant shoals of sardines that swirl around around them as a single seemingly impenetrable body. A sizeable shoal of Sardines...