Planet Earth II: The natural world from a new angle
When the BBC programme Planet Earth came out a decade ago, it transformed how viewers saw their planet. The first natural history series to be filmed in high definition, it captivated a global audience of more than half a billion people by giving them an unprecedented view of life on Earth.
Now 10 years on, series producer Tom Hugh Jones and producers Justin Anderson and Elizabeth White talk about some of the highlights of making Planet Earth II, including filming snow leopards in Ladakh and capturing the amazing endeavour of chinstrap penguins on the remote island of Zavodovski.
Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, Planet Earth II is at 20:00 on Sunday, 6 November on BBC One.
Music by Hans Zimmer. Photofilm produced by Dualtagh Herr
- 4 November 2016
- BBC News