David Attenborough to New Part Nature Series Wild Isles

Sir David Attenborough is set to host a new nature series for the BBC tentatively titled Wild Isles.

The five-part series will introduce viewers to fauna and flora across Britain and Ireland, focusing on four main areas: woodlands, grasslands, freshwater and marine.

Produced by Silverback Films and co-produced by The Open University, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and the World Wildlife Fund, the series has been filmed over a period of three years in 4k with cutting edge technology including motion controlled time-lapse photography, low-light cameras and macro photography.

Among the highlights viewers will see are Britains ancient oak trees, sea eagles, killer whales, wild horses and even a broomstick-riding bee. Wild Isles will air in the U.K. on BBC One and the BBCs streaming platform iPlayer next spring. A U.S. air date and network/platform has yet to be announced.

In my long lifetime, I have travelled to almost every corner of our planet, said Attenborough. I can assure you that in the British Isles, as well as astonishing scenery there are extraordinary animal dramas and wildlife spectacles to match anything I have seen on my global travels.

Alastair Fothergill exec produces while the series producer is Hilary Jeffkins. Wild Isles was commissioned by Jack Bootle, the BBCs head of commissioning for science and natural history.

Fothergill said in a statement: I have always wanted to make a landmark series that really does justice to our own extraordinary wildlife. I am sure people will be amazed at what is happening right on their own doorstep.

Bootle added: The multi-award winning team at Silverback are creating an eye-opening celebration of British and Irish wildlife that has to be seen to be believed. Youll think a meadow in Somerset is as beautiful as the Serengeti, and the North Atlantic as wild and dramatic as the Antarctic Ocean.

Our Planet Producer Silverback Films Returns With David Attenboroughs Powerful Witness Statement to the World. Silverback Films made a splash last year with Emmy-winning natural history hit Our Planet, which quickly became Netflixs most-watched docuseries soon after launching.

Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, the ground-breaking series mixed jaw-dropping scenes of nature with an urgent reminder to viewers that everything they are witnessing on screen is imperilled by human activity.

This month, Silverback returns with feature documentary David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet.

Billed as Attenboroughs witness statement to the world, it documents the famed 94-year-old naturalists life in filmmaking, the destructive impact of humans on the natural world — and his vision for change to save the planet.

When David first started travelling in the 1950s, the natural world was pretty much intact, says Silverback co-founder and director of the film Keith Scholey, a former head of the BBCs Natural History Unit where he worked with Attenborough on numerous documentaries. There probably hasnt been another period when the world has changed so much. And he has been a witness to that.

Scholey adds: I dont think people have heard David talking so bluntly, passionately and emotionally about that journey.

Founded in 2012 by Scholey and Alastair Fothergill, who also previously ran the BBCs NHU, Bristol-based Silverback has emerged a major force in high-end natural history production. Its productions include Disneynature cinema films African Cats, Chimpanzee and Monkey Kingdom, as well as Discoverys North America, the BBCs The Hunt and Netflixs Our Planet.

Coming up next month is a major BBC five-parter, Perfect Planet, an exploration of the unique conditions that make life on Earth possible.

Since launch, Silverback has grown to around 100 people and has gone on a journey of its own: from being filmmakers wanting to highlight the wonders of the natural world to using film to drive positive environmental change.

In this, Silverback very much mirrors the journey of Attenborough himself, who has become more outspoken about issues such as climate change and pollution in recent years, notably with documentaries such as Blue Planet II and Extinction: The Facts.

While making landmark docs for TV and streaming services still lies at the heart of what Silverback does as a production company, its also creating content for a range of platforms. This includes social media to engage young people and drive eyeballs to series through to making versions of films to be presented directly to decision makers in the worlds of finance and business.

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