Sir David Attenborough’s fight against climate change will continue in a new BBC documentary.
The upcoming doc, titled Climate Change: The Facts, will see the legendary broadcaster highlight the increasing threat against the natural world.
But how can you watch David Attenborough’s new climate change documentary? Here’s all you need to know!
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How can you watch Climate Change: The Facts?
David Attenborough’s new documentary Climate Change: The Facts will be shown on BBC One.
According to the Radio Times, the documentary will air on Thursday, April 18th at 9 pm.
If you miss the BBC special, you will able to catch up on BBC iPlayer.
What is Climate Change: The Facts about?
Climate Change – The Facts will take an in-depth look at the science behind climate change.
The documentary will also present potential solutions to this global threat.
Attenborough will focus on the impact of global warming, and explore how to prevent further damage.
Who stars in Climate Change – The Facts?
The BBC documentary will is fronted by Sir David Attenborough.
Attenborough has been passionate about the issue of climate change for much of his career.
The show will also include some of the worlds leading climate change scientists.
CLIMATE CHANGE – THE FACTS WILL AIR ON BBC ONE AT 9 PM ON THURSDAY, APRIL 18TH.