How to watch The Green Planet | BBC Wildlife Magazine

How to watch The Green Planet | BBC Wildlife Magazine

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When is The Green Planet on TV?

The Green Planet is due to air in early January 2022, with the first episode ‘Tropical Worlds’ airing on Sunday 9th January at 7pm on BBC One. All episodes will be available to watch on BBC iPlayer after they have aired.

Attenborough will also be presenting two other programmes in December and January: Attenborough and The Mammoth Graveyard (airing on Thursday 30th January) and Attenborough’s Wonder of Song (airing Monday 3rd January).

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What is The Green Planet about?

Desert backdrop. In the foreground, a plant with white flowers has a large green caterpillar and a lizard on it.

Coyote tobacco (Nicotiana attenuata) in Utah, United States. When a tobacco leaf is attacked by a hornworm caterpillar (Manduca sexta) it produces nicotine. This toxin slows the caterpillars down but it also causes them to release a distinctive scent. The odour is detected by predators, including whiptail lizards, that protect the tobacco by eating the caterpillars. © Paul Williams/BBC Studios

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Who is Sir David Attenborough?

Sir David Attenborough surrounded by Saguaro Cacti, Carnegiea. Sonoran Desert, Arizona, USA. © Paul Williams

Sir David Attenborough surrounded by Saguaro Cacti, Carnegiea. Sonoran Desert, Arizona, USA. © Paul Williams

Sir David Attenborough is a world-renowned TV broadcaster and conservationist, who has presented numerous natural history series across a number of decades, with recent programmes including A Perfect Planet, David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet, Our Planet, and Extinction: The Facts.


Main image: Sir David Attenborough standing within a Creosote Bush (Larrea tridentata), which he previously visited forty years ago. The bush had grown an inch since he last saw it. Mojave Desert, California. © Paul Williams

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