"It's totally fiction": Sir David
The Flinders News"It's totally fiction": Sir David Attenborough on the adoration of millionsThe Flinders NewsThere is only one response when you tell people you are going to meet Sir David Attenborough. "Oh, my god," says everyone from colleagues to the barista who makes my morning coffee. "I love him." What is it about Attenborough? What does he make of all ...Dish will let you watch 'Planet Earth II' in 4KCNETDISH to Deliver BBC America's Stunning Planet Earth II Live in 4K Ultra HDBusiness Wire (press release)Dish to Offer Live Broadcast of 'Planet Earth II' in 4KMultichannel NewsT3 -TV Technology -4kall 20 news articles »
Posted on 13 February 2017 | 4:45 pm
Planet Earth II's tireless host David
The MercuryPlanet Earth II's tireless host David Attenborough shows off his young heart in stunning new seriesThe MercurySo why is the time right for a sequel to Planet Earth? Why did Attenborough jump on board at a time when television is flooded with nature documentaries? “David says it felt like there was a turning of the Zeitgeist — that people are conscious of the ...
Posted on 11 February 2017 | 3:19 am
David Attenborough, Planet Earth II | The
Courier MailDavid Attenborough, Planet Earth II | The Courier-MailCourier MailTheres no stopping Sir David Attenborough. The famed broadcaster and naturalist is 90 years old and shows no sign of slowing down any time soon.TV Insider: Attenborough's Planet Earth II finally hereClarence Valley Daily Examinerall 2 news articles »
Posted on 11 February 2017 | 3:09 am
Sir David Attenborough Is Buzzing To Have A
HeartSir David Attenborough Is Buzzing To Have A Snail Named After Him!HeartSir David Attenborough has certainly made his mark on science which has been celebrated by naming a prehistoric lion, a goblin spider and a butterfly after our favourite biologist. Now, the snail has got in on the action too. The rare green and red ...and more »
Posted on 10 February 2017 | 3:16 pm
Sir David Attenborough: The many animals
ABC OnlineSir David Attenborough: The many animals named after the beloved naturalistABC OnlineA newly discovered, large, colourful semi-slug, found only in Tasmania, is the latest species to be named after broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough. With more than six decades in the spotlight, Sir David is recognised as a pioneer in ...Sir David Attenborough has new SNAIL named in his honourExpress.co.ukSir David Attenborough is very stoked to get a new snail named after himMashableAussie snail named after Sir David Attenborough9news.com.auHuffington Post Australiaall 35 news articles »
Posted on 7 February 2017 | 5:20 pm
Abberton Reservoir gets official opening
NATURALIST and broadcaster Sir David Attenborough is to officially open Abberton Reservoir which has ungone a £150 million expansion.
Posted on 11 April 2015 | 10:55 pm
Sir David Attenborough to open reservoir
Naturalist and broadcaster Sir David Attenborough is to officially open a north Essex reservoir which has had 15 billion litres of water added to it as part of a £150million project.
Posted on 9 April 2015 | 12:26 pm
Sir David Attenborough to mark opening of
Naturalist and broadcaster, Sir David Attenborough is to officially open a north Essex reservoir which has had 15 billion litres of water added to it.
Posted on 9 April 2015 | 2:26 am
Sir David Attenborough launches new John
SIR David Attenborough has officially launched a new art exhibition dedicated to one of his late friends at the Dorset County Museum.
Posted on 28 March 2015 | 9:23 am
Attenborough tribute to geologist
Sir David Attenborough has unveiled a green plaque for the man known as "the father of English geology".
Posted on 23 March 2015 | 10:31 am
Mum’s little furball could be the TV face
End of sidebar. Return to start of sidebar. He said it was possible veteran broadcaster David Attenborough could step in as narrator. Mr Moller said his wombat footage included a “special sequence, never seen before”, involving a young wombat ...
Posted on 28 August 2015 | 3:04 am
Snopp Dogg narrates a nature-documentary
Step aside, David Attenborough—we have a new favorite nature-documentary narrator. As the distinguished host of “Plizzanet Earth,” Snoop Dogg guided us through the physiology of a frog orgy on Kimmel Thursday night. And as knowledgeable as Snoop is ...
Posted on 28 August 2015 | 12:08 am
EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: More BBC Proms to
Major wanted everyone honoured to have the chance to visit Buck House. Sir David Attenborough takes centre stage at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday for the Life Story Prom. Nothing new in the BBC using the prestigious classical music festival to plug its ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 12:31 pm
Stephen Fry in Central America, TV review:
Nowadays, seemingly everyone has been to uninhabited atolls in the south Pacific, seen the jaguars of the Brazilian rainforest and penetrated the depths of the Congo to meet mountain gorillas just like David Attenborough did. Thus, the telly traveloguers ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 9:33 am
Someone Filmed A Wildlife Documentary In GTA
Come for the beautiful vistas, stay for the corny David Attenborough impersonation. Seriously though – GTA V on PC really does look fantastic, and the movie-making tools that Rockstar has made available are pretty powerful.
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 9:32 am
'Frozen Planet' to debut on Discovery on
Discovery Channel's documentary series "Frozen Planet" will premiere March 18, and will encompass seven episodes including a program on climate change hosted by David Attenborough.
Posted on 6 December 2011 | 8:18 am
Resolved Question: Why does Sir David
Couldn't some merely be deluded and confused?
Sir David Attenborough is one of the great naturalists of our time, celebrated for decades of peerless documentary making, an infectious love of the animal kingdom and that distinctive and enthusiastic whisper. Once criticized by campaigners for his reticence to address contentious issues, Attenborough is no longer willing to speak in hushed tones.
Sitting opposite the kangaroo enclosure at London Zoo, he told The Daily Beast he had lost patience with the “ignorance” of creationists, polluters, and climate change deniers. “To simply say that you must accept unquestioningly what you learned at your mother’s knee is not the act of an intelligent person,” he said.
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/02/11/sir-david-attenborough-enough-with-the-creationists-and-climate-change-deniers.html and all good scientists agree with him...
Posted on 14 February 2014 | 8:54 am
Resolved Question: What kind of job would
i.e working with animals in the wild from marine life to animals that live in africa etc and also the envrionment
Posted on 18 April 2013 | 3:58 am
Resolved Question: Research career like
I have always watched David Attenborough's documentaries, and like many other fans and biology enthusiasts have been inspired to bring about change or carry out further research. I understand that creating his documentaries involves extensive research -please note that my desire is not aimed at being on television- and my goal is to be a researcher in the field of animals (I understand this is extremely broad, but I hope you understand what I am trying to say). I am interested in the Earth sciences, animals and climate change. I am studying biology, chemistry and maths and have to chose a course to study at university next year. Would it be wise to study zoology or is there other courses which would be more useful? As my own research has come up short I am hoping that someone will have some experience similar to research and can help me! I'd like to do something with an emphasis on fieldwork rather than lab work! Thank you in advance!! My ultimate goal is to go to Antarctica and do research there (I know this is highly competitive but I just would like ideas of how to achieve that goal!)
Posted on 7 December 2012 | 1:24 am
Resolved Question: David Attenborough Quote?
NEED A DAVID ATTENBOROUGH QUOTE, ANY GOOD ONES THAT HAVE INSPIRED YOU!
Posted on 27 November 2012 | 3:41 am
Resolved Question: Why do some people prefer
why people want to look at David Attenbourough and hear his annoying ego centric voice instead of pay attention to more "Sober" commentary and view nature? how long has he been "popular"? and again why? what this transition to "reality type tv" has said about transition in our "Culture"?
Posted on 3 July 2012 | 3:13 pm