Breathing life into our world on BBC Earth’s The Green Planet

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Filmed around the world, The Green Planet will be the first immersive portrayal of an unseen, inter-connected world.  Watch the first episode premiering on Monday, 10 January!

Plants live secret, unseen lives. But they are as aggressive, competitive and dramatic as animals-locked in life-and-death struggles for food and light, taking part in fierce battles for territory, and desperately trying to reproduce and scatter their young. Using pioneering new filmmaking technology and the very latest science, The Green Planet reveals the strange and wonderful world of plants like never before.

Produced by BBC Studios’ world-renowned Natural History Unit and presented by Sir David Attenborough, this 5-part series follows Sir David as he travels across the globe. From deserts to water worlds, from tropical forests to the frozen north, he meets the largest living things that have ever existed; trees that care for each other; plants that hunt animals and a plant with most vicious defences in the world, and in turn, Sir David discovers brand new stories and gains a fresh understanding of how plants live their lives.

Where to Catch It

Watch the first episode premiering on Monday, 10 January  at 8.05pm on BBC Earth, available on StarHub channel 407 and BBC Player | Singtel channel 203


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Jiarong Yu
Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

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