BBC Announces a New Line-up of Natural History Commissions
- Sir David Attenborough investigates the amazing life story of one of the most famous animals to have ever lived in Jumbo: The Life Of An Elephant Superstar.
- Big Cats is an in-depth look at the lives of the cat family
- Naturalist Chris Packham exposes the myths surrounding the most famous and iconic predator to have ever walked the earth in T Rex
- We follow six wild baby animals for First Year On Earth
- The world’s most extraordinary wildlife living in the newest and fastest changing habitat on the planet – human cities – is revealed in Wild Cities.
Tom McDonald says: “It has been a brilliant 12 months for Natural History at the BBC with Planet Earth II, Spy In The Wild and Wild Alaska Live among the very many highlights which have delivered huge viewing figures. These new titles will combine never-before seen animal interactions, cutting-edge photography, brilliant storytelling and expert voices to surprise, delight and inform the audience in completely new ways. At the heart of each of these commissions is is innovation: in form, in content and in capture.”