Here’s your pick of all that’s tantalising on television over the next seven days.
The broadcaster is staying close to home for his new series.
His new honour is even more than prestigious than a knighthood.
The broadcaster and naturalist was first knighted by the Queen in 1985 but will now receive a higher honour.
The special gig will feature some of the biggest names in music.
There's plenty to watch this Easter on TV and streaming.
The British broadcasting industry is taking a stand against the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The 94-year-old broadcaster and naturalist's new show 'The Green Planet' will be accompanied by an AR app using 5G technology.
The natural history broadcaster has had enough of long flights.
The natural historian thinks it will be a victory in the fight against climate change.
The broadcaster has spoken on the issue of animals in captivity ahead of the release of new nature series 'A Perfect Planet'.
The 94-year-old naturalist hopes he has passed on the baton of climate change awareness to others on social media.
The 'Harry Potter' star beat the naturalist's record by 43 minutes.
The broadcaster's account will also feature clips and behind the scenes content from the WWF and Silverback Films.
The embarrassing mistake was spotted by a wildlife expert.
New BBC show 'Seven Worlds, One Planet' features some of the same footage shown in Netflix series 'Our Planet'.
Most admired on the planet: Bill Gates and Michelle Obama (AP) Michelle Obama and Bill Gates are the most admired people in the world, according to a new poll. The former US First Lady and Microsoft founder topped a YouGov survey of the most admired women and men on the planet. The top 10 women also featured Oprah Winfrey and Angelina Jolie in second and third places respectively. Last year, Jolie topped the poll with Michele Obama in second place.
The reason the broadcaster is trending might surprise you.
The presenter described Sir David Attenborough as "just a broadcaster".
Netflix released a guide to some of the most distressing scenes featured in David Attenborough docu-series 'Our Planet' on Twitter.
Broadcaster and Springwatch host Chris Packham is among those set to present a spin-off series to David Attenborough's Blue Planet.
The Duke of Cambridge interviewed the historian and broadcaster at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Viewers complained it was the most disturbing episode yet.
The wildlife documentary legend returns with the new BBC series 'Dynasties.'
Blue Planet II fans were left in shock after the much-loved documentary series missed out on a BAFTA TV gong.