I Love David Attenborough

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    I Wanted to Go

    We found the complete VHS sets of Trials of Life and The Living Planet at a garage sale about 12 years ago. My youngest son (then 1) was absolutely enthralled with David. Maybe it was the accent or the lilt of his voice, but my son and I watched an...
    Pidgie Pidgie
    46-50, F
    May 31, 2009

    Addicted To 'life'

    Ever since 'Life' finished on the BBC I've been getting massive withdrawal symptoms.  I keep expecting to see a brush-tailed rock wallaby crawling across my ceiling while I'm lying in bed.It was one of the only things on TV worth watching.  There's some god-awful BBC3...
    CaJe82 CaJe82
    26-30, M
    1 Response Jan 21, 2010

    Wat A Man

    The first Sir David series i remember watching was life in the freezer wen i was a child and it started a love affair with both wildlife and the great man that is still burning brightlyi love his enthusiasm and his voice but most of all i love the way he makes learning fun and...
    geekoftheweek geekoftheweek
    26-30, F
    1 Response Jan 3, 2013

    Birds of Paradise

    The most absolutely incredible sight I have ever seen.  What spendor.  I had absolutely no idea what these birds where about before seeing this program.  The cinamatography was incredible.  If it had not been for the patience of the film crew we would...
    prairiezephyr prairiezephyr
    46-50, F
    4 Responses Jan 27, 2009

    I Rememebr Years Ago

    when I was just a tot I used to watch a program called 'Our World'.  This is what got me interested in our natural world. As the years went by I came across may documenteries about this subject.  I have a collection of Davids DVDs. At the moment I am rewatching The...
    Maqi Maqi
    26-30, F
    1 Response May 30, 2009

    He Is Very Thorough

    in documenting Life on Earth for posterity it is certainly worth a king's ransom, yes, he is handsome even in old age, I wish I had his visage. In his native habitat, the TV screen, we always see a lot of green unless the show is in the poles or deserts with nary a soul. Blue...
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    Nov 17, 2013

    Tree of Life

    Just had to share! I just watched Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life produced by the BBC and narrated by Sir David Attenborough. It's well done! Here's the link: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1589429273035937450
    Pidgie Pidgie
    46-50, F
    Jun 23, 2009

    The Life of Mammals

    I'm not a big TV watcher, in fact sometimes I wonder if I need one. However lately I have been watching David Attenborough's "The life of mammals", just one of his many series. Not only is the series very informative, this eighty year old is inspirational. What will...
    WiseOldOwl WiseOldOwl
    56-60, M
    4 Responses Jul 8, 2008

    Oh david... lull me to sleep with your smooth

    strong voice and the crashing waves of blue planet. Excite me and teach me about the planet with The life of animals. Show me the slow moving yet ever changing world of green with the secret life of plants. Reveal the past in the Lost World. Thank you sir attenborough for...
    ayndostoy ayndostoy
    26-30, F
    Dec 21, 2013

    Grew Up Watching His Documentaries

    I swear I got my out-of-place accent from him too! I sound posher than the rest of my family, though now it has changed a bit since living abroad. I have loved watching his documentaries since I was a child and they are what got me so interested in biology. I would read...
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    1 Response Apr 20, 2009
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