Attenborough's Life Stories
Video: Whales for Future Generations

Sir David Attenborough on the anti-whaling campaigns of the mid-late 20th century that pushed legislation dedicated to saving these incredible marine mammals from extinction. “Attenborough’s Life Stories: Our Fragile Planet” premieres February 6, 2013 at 8/7c.

  • Tana M. Brown

    Dear Mr. Attenborough,

    While in my kitchen this evening, I found absolutey nothing interesting on mainstream channels on my TV,(in Dallas Texas) and just happened upon your series tonight.. it was absolutely WONDERFUL!!!
    Being a Virgo, it’s important to “Save Our Planet”, at least as far as I can comprehend, so I felt compelled to express my “delight” in your comprehensive program which expressed an urging for many to join the desire to save the wonderfu, & “Beautiful” creatures on this earth!
    I just wanted to say THANK YOU–whenever this was recorded, as it was inspiring to those who wish to be “like-minded” in the universal saving of ‘Mother Earth”, as well as, discarding the small creatures which are essential in saving our planet!
    SO……………..Thank you SIR Attenborough!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    You are a true HUMAN BEING that cares!!!

  • Salvador Olivares

    Attenborough you have always kept me aware of our wonderful time planet and inspired me to love, appreciate, and help save it. You are a legend in my heart. Thank you

  • Sally Thorpe

    I, too, love your program. It’s one of the few programs that I have felt worthwhile for my children to watch. (Besides your program and a few other PBS programs for adults, we have not been a TV watching family.) We no live in Brazil. Unfortunately, we cannot watch the program via the internet. Any chance on that changing?

  • Lis Cooper

    I appreciate your programs and wish that much more about this planet and whats going on should be put frequently on TV. How else will the children learn what they need to know. This planet is our only home and that message needs to be brought to the fore front.

  • Matt Ravitz

    Sir David Attenborough is THE consumate nature program narrator. His voice is dripping with wonder, excitement, a child-like curiosity, and enthusiasm unrivaled in the media. His narating is so interesting, and it is just great fun to watch him show up all over the world and tell us such interesting facts about these animals and the natural world. His shows should be requisite fare in schools at all ages. I have never enjoyed nature programs more than those with which he is connected. I could listen to him all day long, and it is actually genuinely disappointing to see fabulous nature programs narrated by boring stars who don’t share the fascination he has with all things nature. Thank you, thank you, thank you David Attenborough. You have brought immeasurable joy to television watching, and will never be surpassed.

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