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Natural History Museum Alive DVD

Natural History Museum Alive DVD

Written and presented by Sir David Attenborough, the programme takes us on a magical journey through the Natural History Museum at night.


Using ground-breaking 3D and CGI technology and the latest scientific research, Attenborough reveals how ancient animals once roamed the planet and filled the skies.

£15.99
Additional product details
  • winner of best Specialist Factual Series in the 2014 Bafta awards.
  • running time 90 minutes
  • region '0' DVD, playable worldwide
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ExcellentReview by Diana
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I would think that this is made primarily for younger adults as the content is a little basic. However, it is very entertaining and David Attenborough, as always, is a joy to watch. The scenes inside the Museum are almost as enjoyable as the content of the film, too - which is a potted history of the (supposed) lives of various of the exhibits and how they were acquired. Certainly worth watching AND keeping to re-watch at a later date. (Posted on 18/05/2016)

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