I love hiking, taking in the views, climbing on a waterfall, sighting creatures in their own environment. (Well, most creatures.) Enjoying the beautiful creation God gave us is what I try to do as the weather warms and I can find the time to get out there and see it plus photograph it. Not only do I like being out there in it but I also enjoy the Planet Earth series that aired on the Discovery Channel in the past.
And guess what? With Earth Day coming up BBC is offering a special free download from April 12 – 26 only. Now you can download the first part of the series “Pole to Pole” for free. The others in the eleven part series are also available on iTunes in SD or HD formats (U.S. only). Tweet this post and let your friends know about it too!
Here’s more information about the promotion from a recent press release:
This jaw-dropping, 11-part series from the BBC’s Natural History Unit presents the epic story of life on Earth. Series producer Alastair Fothergill and his team spent four years in production, over 2000 days in the field, using 71 cameramen filming across 204 locations in 62 countries to capture the ultimate portrait of our planet. It has garnered legions of fans and universal critical acclaim with Oprah Magazine saying “It is the most beautiful, wondrous and truly majestic series - the best thing I’ve ever seen on TV.” Using a budget of unprecedented proportions and captured on HD cameras, Planet Earth is among the highest rated and best selling HD programs ever made. It offers stunning visuals perfect for any HD television or HD handheld device like the Apple iPad which launched on April 3rd.
So don’t wait, take a moment to open iTunes, then click this link here to get your free copy of “Pole to Pole” the first part of the eleven part series Planet Earth. It’s only free till April 26, 2010. My copy is downloading right now as I type this post. Can’t wait to watch it.
For more information on the free episode and promotion from BBC, check out their linked press release.
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