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Watch it Now: the BBC’s Human Planet

Matt Gibson —  April 28, 2011 — Leave a comment

I don’t know why I had never seen this before my aunt emailed me the trailer yesterday. Most of us have heard of the BBC’s Planet Earth series.  Now, imagine the same caliber of cinematography and storytelling used to depict the most fascinating cultures and rituals of the human world. That is the BBC’s Human Planet series.

This series consists of eight 50-minute episodes, each examining the way humans interact with different geographical and ecological features of our planet, such as rivers, jungles, desserts, etc.

The BBC website for the series, which has lots of photography and reportage itself, can be found here.

If you haven’t seen it yet, watch it now.

About Matt Gibson

Matt Gibson is three-time Canadian expat now living in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he works as a blog and social media manager, writes the About.com Snowboarding Guide, and writes about the outdoors and adventure travel on this blog.

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