Re : Farming elephants
Don't know about you, but I can't find anywhere that stocks a 24 foot frying pan to cook an elephant in
Marty80aka 6:16pm Sun 16 Oct Report Abuse
Zoomerflex 12:19pm Mon 5 Sep Report Abuse
The Lord ......
built the world and therefore it's not very natural you science heathens.....
Jesus shaves 12:01am Thu 14 Apr Report Abuse
Elsa's story... a path of lions..
what a wonderful documentary, long over due... but should be shown to every one at a young age so they appreciate how delicate life is both for humans and animals.
eljay 4:03am Wed 16 Mar Report Abuse
9.8 rated by 7121 people
that kind of amazing..
pokerpete 10:38am Tue 1 Mar Report Abuse
What on Earth...
... are these people watching? Certainly in the last series there was a trailer at the end of each programme which documented the methods used to achieve some of the more technical shots but this rarely occupied more than five minutes - out of sixty. Have these people only been watching the last few minutes of each programme? As for David Attenborough, lang may his breeks reek!
An Unhappy Man 8:39pm Thu 19 Aug Report Abuse
Brucemagoose for PM!
Bang on comment, these shows are more docos on making a wildlife doco than anything else. It's def a different format to the old Attenborough classics, which were - strangely - about the natural world rather than about filming the natural world.
Yogi 1:58pm Thu 8 Jul Report Abuse
How come we don't farm elephants and eat them. They look right tasty.
sinda 6:48pm Thu 4 Mar Report Abuse
A Killer Whale Called Luna
Touching doc featuring a beautiful whale and a real mixed bag of humans. The ending came as no surprise. High on le fromage but I kinda loved it.
Fleaham 9:21pm Wed 24 Feb Report Abuse
I'm not that bothered about fish.
Jim 7:44pm Wed 24 Feb Report Abuse