What If Kids Narrated BBC’s Planet Earth?

What If Kids Narrated BBC’s Planet Earth?
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A group of youngsters were given an opportunity to narrate the broadcasting corporation's natural history series.

Kyana Gordon
  • 23 april 2012

To promote the Planet Earth marathon on BBC America over Earth Day weekend, director Joe Sabia created an adorable spot featuring a group of 4-7 year old children who replace famed natural history filmmaker and narrator, David Attenborough. The tongue-in-cheek auditions show each child trying out for the role and reading about mountains, deserts – one potential narrator goes off on a tangent about  how she likes eating cheeseburgers instead of sticking to the script on lizards. We must admit, seven year old Aiden gave Attenborough a run for his money with his expressive reading. What a great idea.

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