Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 4 February 2020

David Attenborough’s next BBC series Green Planet will be less ‘pious’ about climate change after viewers slammed past shows for being too ‘holier-than-thou’, confirms creative director

‘Sir David Attenborough’s next BBC series Green Planet will be less ‘pious’ about climate change.

The move comes after viewers slammed past shows for being too ‘holier-than-thou’ according to the broadcaster’s creative director.

Instead, Green Planet will aim to focus on positive solutions that can help preserve the environment.

The programme – which is set to hit TV screens next year – will explore the lives of plants, The Times reports.

Sir David, 93, has been flying around the world despite his age in order to film on location.

Mike Gunton, who is the creative director of the BBC’s Natural History Unit, says that the show will highlight how people can help save the world by taking simple steps such as planting a tree.

He told the Media Masters podcast that natural history shows shouldn’t preach to their audiences.’

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