If Iâ€™ve been a bit quiet on here of late, blame David Attenborough. I mean â€˜Sir Davidâ€™, obviously.
|Itâ€™s because weâ€™ve invested in scores of Attenborough DVDs, including the boxed set of 24 DVDs called â€˜The Life Collectionâ€™, but also â€˜Attenborough in Paradiseâ€™, â€˜The Blue Planetâ€™, â€˜Planet Earthâ€™, â€˜Lost Worlds, Vanished Livesâ€™ and â€˜The First Edenâ€™ â€¦ hours and hours of the finest quality viewing! Weâ€™re slowly working our way round the world, marvelling in the glories of our planet in his wonderful company and learning so much.|
And weâ€™re still waiting for his series â€˜Tribal Eyeâ€™ to arrive. I do love it when Attenborough lets his inner anthropologist hang out. I didnâ€™t see that series first time round, so Iâ€™m greatly looking forward to that.
Rumour has it that heâ€™s currently working on a programme about the great Charles Darwin. That should annoy the creationists. Which is always nice.