15 episodes from the BBC’s multi award-winning series. Regarded by the BBC as its flagship natural history series, The Natural World was originally conceived as The World About Us” by Sir David Attenborough back in 1967 and the series has remained popular ever since.
It is the longest-running documentary in its genre on British television, with nearly 500 episodes broadcast since its inception in 1983. Natural World programmes are typically one-off films that take an in-depth look at particular natural history events, stories or subjects from around the globe. David Attenborough has maintained a close association with Natural World throughout its long history, narrating or presenting around 50 episodes to date.
1994 Toad Skin Spell
1999 Hokkaido Garden of the Gods
1999 The Millenium Oak
2000 Otters in the Stream of Life
2000 Seychelles Jewels of a Lost Continent
2000 Tigers Fortress
2001 Leopard Hunters
2002 A Wild Dogs Story
2002 Danger in Tiger Paradise
2003 Cats Under Serengeti Stars
2003 The Monkey Prince
2004 Ireland Sculpted Isle
2004 Meerkats Part of the Team
2004 Wild Wood