An Evening with Sir David Attenborough, 2015 | Royal Society of Biology

11 maí 2016
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In May 2015 Sir David Attenborough Hon FSB captivated an audience of almost 500 guests at the Science Museum in London and helped the Society of Biology to raise nearly £20,000 to support its charitable aims.
In conversation with TV paleopathologist Professor Alice Roberts FSB, Sir David spoke of the importance of natural history filmmaking in connecting people to the plight of the world’s biodiversity and climate.
Read more about the event: www.rsb.org.uk/news/14-news/1275-thousands-raised-for-biology-as-david-attenborough-delights
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    Bikash GhimireBikash Ghimire5 mánuðum síðan
  • There are ignorant people who still think there is no need of conservation

    SUBHAJIT KARMAKARSUBHAJIT KARMAKAR5 mánuðum síðan
  • No ads. Long enough to put me to sleep. A perfect lullaby. Thank you, uploader! May you earn billions of dollars in the future. 😍👌🏽

    Kitty SKitty S6 mánuðum síðan
  • David Attenborough is like Gandalf. Haha

    Ms. Justine PulkaMs. Justine Pulka7 mánuðum síðan
  • Oh호라! evening!

    PaperburyPaperbury8 mánuðum síðan
  • Amazing to hear from the beginning how much we have learnt up to this point & how science has changed, wonderful stories from Sir David Attenborough

    Silverthorn LandscapingSilverthorn Landscaping8 mánuðum síðan
  • What a remarkable interview. This man is very interesting indeed.

    Allen PerdueAllen Perdue10 mánuðum síðan
  • Chief of propaganda and Yes Man for The British Bullshiting Corporation....

    Terry HarrisonTerry HarrisonÁri síðan
  • XOX

    Kat BuckleyKat BuckleyÁri síðan
  • A human being that has changed the minds of millions of people on our planet and helped countless animals from becoming exstinct no doubt. He has given us the wonderful opportunity to observe the planets weird and amazing creatures. Life on earth has been my favourite pastime with Sir David Attenbouragh and I think he is just a superior human being.

    Stephen ClarkeStephen ClarkeÁri síðan
  • I am not looking to the floods of tears I will shed the sad day we lose this legend of a man.

    Robert KirkRobert KirkÁri síðan
    • Me too 😩

      Sonya MorrellSonya MorrellÁri síðan
  • He's there with the lovely Alice Roberts and one of the things he's explained to her is that the oceans are the planet's environments he's most worried about and that makes perfect sense cos they are the world's most unexplored habitats cos they are so deep so you can hardly blame him for being so worried about the oceans.

    Gentleman JoshGentleman JoshÁri síðan
  • @ 6:54 - the slug under the stone ploy again... Neil deGrass Tyson also refers to a slug under the rock found by a kid's curiosity

    ivan carlsonivan carlson2 árum síðan
  • At 5 mins he goes on about conservation. He failed to mention his total lack of concern for that topic, how he's ignored species extinction and conservation for over 50 years .Deliberately. He says so himself in other interviews. He's no inspiration but he's done immense harm by keeping the reality of the devastation to the natural world by making rose tinted spectacles programmes, showing how "wonderful" everything is. Environmental concerns? Not in Atty's world. Yeh, thanks a lot for ignoring habitat destruction, Mr.Attenborough...

    Adrian ChealeAdrian Cheale2 árum síðan
    • Outrageous comments above by someone who obviously hasn't watched many of Sir David's revelatory programmes/discussion groups & university lectures etc. on his DEEP CONCERN for all wildlife and ALL HABITATS on our Planet including his latest warnings about the threatened loss & extinction of our VITAL bees and butterfly population. Without his extensive knowledge and 'guardianship' of our beautiful Earth we would be in a much worse state by now -- but now- armed with his FERVENT & URGENT WARNINGS to Mankind to change our ways BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE-( not to go the way of Easter Island's demise0- he has 'advised the World to get together to do EVERYTHING POSSIBLE to halt the alarming throw-away- culture - esp. plastics & debris which has SUCH devastating consequences but also ALWAYS STRESSING THE IMPORTANCE of protecting ALL HABITATS. everywhere..including under the seas. EAdeR.

      Raoul de RohanRaoul de RohanÁri síðan
  • Sir David is an example to all of us !He has taught and entertained generations of us with his wildlife adventures . He has behaved with honor and dignity and he has shown us how important it is to treat our wildlife and their natural habitats with respect and consideration. He is the GOLD STANDARD for natural history documentaries. He acknowledges that nature is beautiful but also brutal. Sir David Attenborough is a treasure . Long may he reign!!!!!

    Terri SmithTerri Smith2 árum síðan
  • Geez, did you see all of those people in the audience who just had to pull out their cell phones and tablets once the guests were on stage and the lights went down? Is it impossible for people to just enjoy the moment and not have to record some portion of it for some later time when they will forget that they even have it stored on their phone or tablet?

    ScosalScosal2 árum síðan
    • Is it not possible for you to not care about them and instead focus on show

      KrakenKrakenÁri síðan
    • Generation of today dose not care for real stuff

      Dario JovicicDario Jovicic2 árum síðan
  • Ah yes, Mr. "Too little, too late", all the while enriching himself to the tune of about £30 million from licence fee payers ie a tax. Mr I don't really care about the environment but i'll enjoy it while I can and bugger your and my grandchildren as they'll be suffering the effects of my grand western lifestyle and I can blame it on the world's poor people via "Overpopulation".

    Adrian ChealeAdrian Cheale2 árum síðan
    • Sir Richard is a very good narrator, he's a fucking actor, give me the money, were all hypocrites.

      Brad RobllingBrad Roblling5 mánuðum síðan
    • Wow this is exciting stuff

      Brad RobllingBrad Roblling5 mánuðum síðan
    • @Adrian Cheale Perhaps he understands what you do not that militaristic shouting turns people away and does more harm than good. Be grateful that he is educating millions and if he is making money, so be it.

      Dave HarrisonDave HarrisonÁri síðan
    • @Adrian Cheale You criticize Attenborough but not owning a car, recycling, and writing to government is doing nothing to inform the public. When you start making wildlife documentaries and appealing for protection of the environment on national and international television as Sir David does then you have grounds for your comments. Why is it ignorant people like you always think they're better than experts ?

      Frank CurtisFrank CurtisÁri síðan
    • It must be very hard doing all that conservation work with that huge chip on your shoulder. You're the sort of idiot that releases thousands of mink into an echo system that will be destroyed by them. I don't see many of your books in schools

      Robert KirkRobert KirkÁri síðan
  • TOTAL WASTE!

    richardnailrichardnail2 árum síðan
  • Sir David is a university of jungle world.

    bikas basnetbikas basnet2 árum síðan
    • baskets your words dont make sense in English

      Preston GrahamPreston Graham2 árum síðan
    • Half of the world looks wild world daily.

      bikas basnetbikas basnet2 árum síðan
  • Mr. Attenborough with Prof. Roberts...wow! Many thanks for giving the world the opportunity to see this! Larry, Taiwan

    Larry ParisLarry Paris3 árum síðan
  • wow first comment

    Jonathan McVayJonathan McVay4 árum síðan
    • And what a disjointing comment it was.....

      Paul WilkinsonPaul Wilkinson4 árum síðan
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