Sir David Attenborough – The BBC Blue Planet Series – Teaching future generations to respect our beautiful World
Blue Planet I & II Series show us the the richness of the Ocean World.
Sir David Attenborough has received several awards for his services to nature conservation, study and communication. He is considered “the greatest broadcaster of our time.” Damian Whitworth, “David Attenborough on Charles Darwin – Times Online”. The Times, February 2009.
Blue Planet II BBC series recognised at the National British TV Awards (NTA).
Sir David dedicated his Impact Award to everyone involved in producing the serie,
“…what counted in that series were the pictures. Created by the camera men and the camera women who dived into the ocean to get them”.
The second series of Blue Planet took the team “three and a half, four years” to produce. Said Sir David.
A work of many with a common interest – a Sustainable Planet.
Sir David’s BBC documentaries can be found online at: Amazon.co.uk, on Netflix and also at my personal favourite – The Natural History Museum Gift Shop. The best for books, toys and even the odd natural gem stone. Dive in!!
The Blue Whale “Hope” skeleton is exhibited at the Hintze Hall of the Natural History Museum. Hope was “unveiled” July 13th 2017. HRH The Duchess of Cambridge – Patron of the NHM, Sir David Attenborough & the Museum’s Director Sir Michael Dixon were photographed at the Gala launch of “Hope” For more info read: nhm.ac.uk/about-us/news/2017/july/museum-unveils-hope-the-blue-whale-skeleton.html