Chelenham Literature Festival 2018: These are the biggest names coming to this year's event Gary Barlow, double Oscar-winner Sally Field, David Attenborough, Graham Norton and Kevin Keegan are among the stars Gloucestershire Echo 2 days ago Also reported by • Stroud Life • Gloucester Citizen
Our dream neighbour? Sir David Attenborough, naturally! It seems our hunger for knowledge outweighs that for cake, as Sir David Attenborough has pipped Miss Berry to the post to be voted Britain’s most desirable neighbour. MailOnline 1 week ago
Awkward breakfast TV moments
From BBC Breakfast, to Good Morning Britain, The Wright Stuff and beyond, things don't always go according to plan when you're tackling live TV in the early hours of the morning. Here are some of the..
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Sir David Attenborough launches a polar research ship named after him, aka Boaty McBoatface, into the River Mersey for the first time.
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Jack Fincham to be the 'new David Attenborough' following Love Island win as he seemingly leaves stationary career behind him Good Morning Britain: Jack Fincham was asked if he'd like to present his own nature show [ITV] Jack Fincham joked that he could be the next David Attenborough after he revealed how much he loved nature.. OK! 2 weeks ago
Council Blunder Means Meadow Used For David Attenborough's Butterfly Count Is Destroyed ContactMusic 2 weeks ago Also reported by • North Devon Journal • Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette • Torquay Herald Express • Exeter Express and Echo • Western Morning News David Attenborough's Big Butterfly Count ruined after council worker mistakenly mows down meadow Butterfly species previously spotted there include holly blues, ringlets, commas, marbled whites, peacocks and painted ladies Independent 3 weeks ago
Big Butterfly Count field destroyed by council worker blunder BBC Local News: Devon -- The meadow had over 40 butterflies and was used for Sir David Attenborough's Big Butterfly Count BBC Local News 3 weeks ago Also reported by • BBC News
Sir David Attenborough says health and safety gone mad is stopping UK children enjoy nature outdoors Sir David Attenborough, 92 (pictured) believes health and safety rules in the UK are stopping children from interacting with the natural world, saying it's 'illegal to pick up a bird's feather'. MailOnline on July 22, 2018
Polar bear fur see through? Love Island's Jack Fincham stuns with polar bear and flamingo facts as fans call for him to be 'next David Attenborough' Love Island: Jack Fincham left fans stunned on Friday night as he shared some knowledge with the villa [ITV2] Jack Fincham has had a successful run on Love Island so far, after finding love with.. OK! on July 21, 2018 David Attenborough and Paul McCartney rejected by Denis Thatcher for Downing Street party The PM's husband put a question mark next to the TV presenter's name to show his disapproval Independent on July 21, 2018
Sir David Attenborough SNUBS Naga Munchetty in BBC Breakfast interview branded a 'CRINGE-FEST' by viewers BBC Breakfast: Sir David Attenborough snubs Naga Munchetty in awkward interview [BBC] Sir David Attenborough put BBC Breakfast host Naga Muchetty well and truly in her place in a blunt interview.. OK! on July 21, 2018