Attenborough narrates the story of a vast island wilderness - ancient forests, pristine rivers and spectacular coastline. Seasons vary from dry heat, strong winds and cold bringing wombats, wallabies and platypus out in daylight.
Follow the true stories of five of the world's most celebrated, yet endangered animals; penguins, chimpanzees, lions, painted wolves and tigers. Each in a heroic struggle against rivals and... See full summary »
A documentary about the scientific detection of the decrease of and the creation of , the ozone hole, that were highlighted and widely discussed from the mid 70's till the Montreal- ... See full summary »
Documentary series focusing on the breadth of the diversity of habitats around the world, from the remote Arctic wilderness and mysterious deep oceans to the vast landscapes of Africa and diverse jungles of South America.
Introduced by Sir David Attenborough, and presented by environmentalist Chris Baines, The Living Thames is an odyssey along the river as it meanders through London and flows out to sea, exploring its ever-changing ecology.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II talks to Sir David Attenborough about her ambitious legacy project the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy which aims to create a global network of protected forests in each of the 53 Commonwealth countries.
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge,
Tasmania is a vast, island wilderness of ancient forests and pristine rivers, surrounded by spectacular coastline. Its animal inhabitants are every bit as extraordinary as they are bizarre: a cast of black devils, white wallabies, miniature penguins and giant trees. With Antarctica the next landfall south, their lives are governed by the cool climate and strong seasonal calendar. Tasmania may be part of Australia, but life here is very different indeed.Written by