I have been enjoying Planet Earth II, much of which you can still watch on the BBC i-player. Superb photography. But David Attenborough does rather spoil it with his anthropomorphism (attributing human feelings and emotions to animals) and his hyperbole (natural features being described as the world’s tallest, greatest, most extensive, etc, with only the most obvious of dubious assertions being preceded by an “it is estimated that”). I also find it confusing that viewers are expected to guess when the programme slips into fast-forward mode (watching grass grow for example) or reverts into slo-mo fashion. I suppose I’m getting old and cranky (though not as old as Sir David).
Anyway, Sir David is a National Treasure and therefore well above footling criticisms like those above.