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Sir David Attenborough Narrates Another Gripping BBC Documentary, Coming Out Soon

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BBC is bringing back not only our favorite series but our favorite narrator in their newest creation, Dynasties. Sir David Attenborough first narrated gems like Planet Earth and Blue Planet, with an enthusiasm only a true naturalist could create. Fans can’t wait to see what’s next for BBC, in this up-close and personal take on five of the most intriguing animal species of the Earth.  

Sir David Attenborough: The Voice of BBC

Attenborough certainly gained his fame through BBC. His most famous work is the nine Life series documentaries, as well as the popular Planet Earth series and subsequent series in the canon. 

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However, David Attenborough has a much longer history with the BBC than that. He was first hired in 1965 to serve as controller of BBC Two. Since then he has headed several explorations and documentary series and is the only director to win British Academy Film & Television Awards for productions in black and white, color, HD, 3D, and 4K films. 

Dynasties is Planet Earth, Amplified  

His latest narration, Dynasties, is supposed to be “even more intense and gripping” than its predecessors, according to BBC. It follows the stories of five different species and gives an up-close and personal take on their dynamic lives.

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Executive producer Mike Gunton describes the show as “an intense portrayal of the lives of these animals as they unfold, day-by-day, hour-by-hour, where the tiniest incident may end up having a huge consequence on their future.”

Attenborough’s Lifelong Mission to Educate

Attenborough is a naturalist by trade and an open advocate for animals’ rights and protections worldwide. He shared in a LADbible video his opinions of ivory trade and other endangered species hunting, stating that, “to never see a living elephant again is just too appalling.”

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This new series only furthers David Attenborough’s advocacy for education, conservation, and appreciation for wildlife. His stories have taught millions all over the world that our animal companions aren’t so different from us. They may even have something to teach, as long as they are still around for us to learn.

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