Sir David Attenborough will take us on an amazing journey presenting the wonders of nature every Wednesday from June 15 2022 on BBC Earth.
In summer every Wednesday on BBC Earth we will watch all four series of the nature documentary program entitled David Attenborough and the Wonders of Nature in which Sir David Attenborough watches with fascination at creatures that have amazed him for years. From the peculiar patterns worn by zebras to the evolutionary antics of the egg-laying platypus. Each episode explores the stories behind the natural curiosities.The program with a narrative by Sir David Attenborough in the Polish version by Krystyna Czubówna shows extraordinary stories which at times are seen as if they were out of this world.The series is a tribute to the diversity of life forms telling unknown and unexpected stories from the life of animals while revealing the fundamental truth about what makes them utterly unique.
Certain ahem restrictions may have limited the past couple years worth of Luminato but the 2022 edition has a number of major draws to attract even the least hipsterish of Torontonians. This year there are two giants of Canadian culture David Suzuki aka the Canadian David Attenborough or is Attenborough the British David Suzuki? Hmmm and epic scale photographer Edward Burtynsky. Other luminaries at this years festival include literary critic Donna Bailey Nurse playwright Tomson Highway and of Montreal based post rock band Godspeed! You Black Emperor.
Undoubtedly Suzukis appearance here is the big coup of the festival. The octogenarian who lives primarily in Vancouver is coming to Toronto for seven performances of a new and unique theatrical experience entitled What You Would not Do For Love. Guests at the Canadian Opera Company Theatre (227 Front Street East will be invited into an intimate theatrical environment in which Suzuki and his wife Tara Cullis alongside actors and real life couple Miriam Fernandes and Sturla Alvsvaag, engage in a dialogue about love and our natural world. The performance coincides with the launch of a book of the same name serving as an inspiring conversation about love and the environment” with Canadas most prominent environmentalist.