Sunday, March 12, 2006

Licence Fee Well Spent

The BBC have done it again with another amazing natural history series with stunning photography and camera work. Planet Earth is the latest in a long line of quality programs with David Attenborough narrating, that clearly take months and years to make.

It covers rarely seen phenomenons from the planet including aerial shots of migrating Carabou in Canada and amazing and graphic footage of Great White Sharks striking seals with such ferocity that the shark breaches the surface of the sea by 2 or 3 metres!

I quite like it that they now add a short 10 minute "making of", these make you appreciate even more what goes into them. I'm happy that my TV licence fee goes towards these sorts of programs so keep up the good work BBC!

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