In sev­enth heaven...

BBC Wildlife Magazine - - CONTENTS - Paul McGuin­ness Ed­i­tor

As I write this, I have just en­joyed a pre­view of the first episode of Seven Worlds, One Planet, the new land­mark BBC nat­u­ral-his­tory series. To say I was im­pressed would be the un­der­state­ment of the year. Pre­sented by Sir David At­ten­bor­ough, and some four years in the mak­ing, the sto­ries are more in­ti­mate, the pho­tog­ra­phy more spell­bind­ing and the dra­matic se­quences more breath­tak­ing than any­thing I’ve seen be­fore.

If you en­joy our pre­view this month (p38), don’t miss our next is­sue, as we’re giv­ing away a free 32-page mag­a­zine telling be­hind-thescenes sto­ries of how Seven Worlds, One Planet was made.

On the sub­ject of free­bies, I hope you en­joy this month’s pull-out, cel­e­brat­ing the Young Wildlife Pho­tog­ra­pher of the Year. Is it just me or are the chil­dren catch­ing up with the grown-ups? Happy read­ing!

Sir David At­ten­bor­ough in­tro­duces Seven Worlds, One Planet, which fea­tures spec­tac­u­lar scenes filmed us­ing drones. Read the fea­ture on p38.

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