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Sir David Attenborough Returns for Blue Planet II

THE BBC’S MULTI-AWARD WINNING BLUE PLANET IS SET TO RETURN, FEATURING  NATIONAL TREASURE SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH AS PRESENTER.

Sixteen years on from the original series, the sequel will immerse us deeper below uncharted waters, opening our eyes to a fresh cast of aquatic animals including a new species of hairy-chested crab and snub-fin dolphins. 231 more words

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David Attenborough to Narrate BBC's 'Blue Planet II'

David Attenborough has come on board to narrate “Blue Planet II,” a seven-part series from the BBC that explores the world’s oceans.

He said: “I am truly thrilled to be joining this new exploration of the underwater worlds that cover most of our planet, yet are still its least known.” 253 more words

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BBC America Launches New 'Blue Planet' After 'Planet Earth II' Debut

BBC America has greenlit Blue Planet II, a new seven-part series presented by Sir David Attenborough that will take a deep dive into the world’s oceans. 399 more words

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Sir David Attenborough 'thrilled' to return to world’s oceans for Blue Planet II

Sir David Attenborough is present a follow-up to the BBC’s 2001 aquatic nature series Blue Planet.

The veteran wildlife presenter will narrate the brand new seven-part landmark series – Blue Planet II – which will delve back into the sea to see some of the astonishing creatures living under water. 355 more words

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Is David Attenborough just the Piers Morgan of the wild?

No, David Attenborough isn’t the Piers Morgan of the wild. David Attenborough seems to be a nice enough man. 25 more words

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TV Review: 'Planet Earth II'

Simply put, “Planet Earth” is the most important program of our generation. It makes writing about it almost beside the point; the program, whose second installment… 551 more words

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