The Gospel According to Darwin

The Green Planet Reveals the Secret Inner Life of Plants and Biodiversity

Dazzlingly deploying cutting edge cinematic equipment and techniques, plus the latest scientific knowledge, the ​five-part nonfiction series The Green Planet presents a rare flora’s-eye-view of life on Earth. This BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit production is hosted by Sir David Attenborough, who spryly traverses from and traipses through rain forests, deserts, mountains and the frozen north to “See our planet as never before... from the plants’ perspective,” the renowned naturalist intones in his smooth, soothing, familiar voice as the documentary opens.

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Ed Rampell is a contributor to the new book on America’s former Poet Laureate “Conversations With W.S. Merwin” and co-author of “The Hawaii Movie and Television Book“.

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