Sir David Attenborough thinks children are learning that their future is linked to that of the environment
Sunday night's show offered a look at one of the most extreme environments on Earth
Stunning attack was caught on camera
'I can't think of a better representation of life of this planet'
The most intimate look at nature ever seen on television
Shot in 40 different countries over 117 filming trips
'What alternative do we have? Do we have any control or influence over the American elections?' the naturalist says before joking about an alternative solution
The trailer for Sir David Attenborough’s Planet Earth II was nothing short of jaw-dropping, featuring footage of sloths swimming, monkeys leaping between rooftops and birds of prey swooping within inches of cacti.
Exclusive: Sir David joins 21 signatories to an open letter published in The Independent
From gently having a chat with a baby rhino to howling like a wolf, here is a selection of Sir David's defining moments
As the natural historian and presenter turns 90, we guide you through his landmark TV series and how to visit some of the dazzling locations
As BBC1 celebrates his landmark birthday, Attenborough talks about being the same age as the Queen, his status as a national treasure and how he maintains his passion for work
Zoo Quest screened in black and white in 1954 but will get a colour broadcast to celebrate the presenter's birthday
When a poll suggested that a new ship be called 'Boaty McBoatface', it was just the latest strike in the risky business of 'ask the public' PR.
'To have had two Irishmen presenting on BBC2 would have looked ridiculous'
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