Tag : David Attenborough

Blue Planet II – Week 6: Coasts

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The focus of last week’s episode was the coastlines of oceans, coasts are the most dynamic habitats in the world. At the boundary between both land and sea, individuals must be adapted enough to be able to survive in the areas that are covered by water during the high tide … Read More

Blue Planet 2 – Week 4: The Big Blue

10 months ago / 0 comments

Last week we explored the “Big Blue” – the wide expanses of oceans in which there are no visible coastlines and organisms are exposed to the elements. These conditions really test the marine animals which live in this foreboding environment. We observe some of the world’s largest mammals as they … Read More

Blue Planet II: Coral Reefs

10 months ago / 0 comments

Being elevated to the status of national treasure I am sure has many benefits. You can avoid taxes like there’s no tomorrow and basically get away with murder. David Attenborough has reached this pinnacle.  If he was exposed as the source of most greenhouse gasses we’d all shrug and put … Read More

Blue Planet II – Week 3

10 months ago / 0 comments

Once again, I began my Sunday night routine with my flatmates by watching Blue Planet 2, followed by another Louis Theroux documentary. Episode 2 last week brought in a staggering 14.1 million viewers, making it the UK’s most-watched TV show of 2017 and 3rd most-watched in the last 5 years … Read More

Blue Planet II – Secrets of the Deep

10 months ago / 0 comments

As with the other 10.8 million viewers last Sunday night, I made sure to book my evening off from all form of work as it was time to watch the second instalment of Blue Planet II. The last episode, titled “Secrets of the Deep”, provides us which an insight into … Read More

Under the Ocean with Blue Planet II

10 months ago / 0 comments

The first episode of the much-anticipated Blue Planet II hit our screens last Sunday, and if you thought David Attenborough had exhausted the power to thrill us with the natural world, think again. It’s been 16 years since the first series of Blue Planet and new technology has now given … Read More

Theroux and Attenborough to join forces for series on Trump, Putin, Kim and others

11 months ago / 0 comments

Louis Theroux and David Attenborough will be joining forces in the exhilarating new series, ‘Degeneration in one Generation’, The Pigeon is excited to announce. The much anticipated collaboration from Britain’s most cherished documenters will take viewers on a whirlwind journey, examining five of the world’s most controversial leaders: Donald Trump, … Read More

Blue Planet II – Week One

11 months ago / 0 comments

Sunday night always provides pretty strong television for you and your housemates alike to sit down and unwind after a long week of assignments and drinking, this week however, was something special. Blue Planet II finally made a return back onto out TV screens, 16 years after the programme’s first … Read More

Blue Planet II Preview

11 months ago / 0 comments

If you haven’t watched the trailer for the new release of Blue Planet II, you must be living under a rock. The seven-part documentary series comes 16 years after its predecessor and is set to be released on the 29th October 2017. The man, the myth, and the legend Sir David … Read More

Animals or Attenborough?

3 years ago / 0 comments

This year marks the 90th birthday of the Nation’s Granddad, David Attenborough, so it seems like the perfect time to reflect on all his fabulousness. Everybody loves a good nature documentary, but the real question is why; what exactly is it that makes us drop everything to stare at a … Read More