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Attenborough plays with VR in a plea to save the reef

I recently went with some colleagues to see David Attenborough’s Virtual Reality Great Barrier Reef experience at the Australian Museum. It was the first time I had ever experienced VR and I was interested to see how it would work from a storytelling perspective. 466 more words

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A simpleton's guide to the Olympics (Part four)

Know nothing about shooting , fencing or canoeing? Keep on reading and you will soon be an expert.


You would naturally assume that the Americans would clean up in the shooting competitions with their predilection for taking a pot shot at almost anything that moves. 617 more words

Mixed Feelings

I’ve been lucky enough to visit Tanzania twice and on each occasion have managed to incorporate a safari; to the amazing extinct volcanic crater of Ngorongoro on my first trip, but to Lake Manyara National Park both times.   432 more words


BBC Radiophonic Workshop reissue soundtrack for David Attenborough's "The Living Planet"

Back in 1984, the BBC debuted David Attenborough’s ambitious Life On Earth, a 12-part natural history documentary that examined the planet in previously-unseen detail. The job of putting together the soundtrack fell to Elizabeth Parker, who was the last remaining composer at the BBC’s famed Radiophonic Workshop before its eventual demise in the late ‘90s. 193 more words


First Post!


My very first post. This is cool. Oh and enjoy this photo of Sir David Attenborough, because he’s the absolute best.


Laters. x

David Attenborough

Contemplating the Natural World

“It seems to me that the natural world is the greatest source of excitement;

the greatest source of visual beauty;

the greatest source of intellectual interest. 18 more words