Life on Earth

  • 1982
  • 1 Season

David Attenborough explores an `almost infinite diversity of plants and animals' in this superlative 13-part series produced by the BBC. He also follows the evolutionary process, going back 3.5 billion years, and doesn't get to humans (`compulsive communicators') until the concluding episode. In 2003, Britain's Radio Times hailed `Life' as `the benchmar (more…)

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David Attenborough explores an `almost infinite diversity of plants and animals' in this superlative 13-part series produced by the BBC. He also follows the evolutionary process, going back 3.5 billion years, and doesn't get to humans (`compulsive communicators') until the concluding episode. In 2003, Britain's Radio Times hailed `Life' as `the benchmark by which all natural history series are judged.'

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