David Attenborough on Darwin

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British broadcaster Sir David Attenborough presents his views on Charles Darwin, natural selection, and how the Bible has put the natural world in peril in an exclusive interview for Nature Video [4:27]

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i think your new program 'david atenborough on darwin' is good because it inspires me about darwins struggles through life and his trajedies. The way you have presented this program makes me feel like I was actually darwin.
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jennifer beesley

By jennifer beesley (not verified) on 04 Feb 2009 #permalink

There's a very good interview with Sir David Attenborough by Simon Mayo (mp3). I'm not sure how long the podcast will be up there, so get it whilst it's still hot!

Isn't it interesting that the BBC sack Carol Thatcher for using a pejorative term about a black person off air but David Attenborough can make accusations about Holy Scripture in a public interview that it has endangered the natural world and nothing is done. Is this another example of BBC bias against Christianity?

GBD - Telling the truth is not bias. Using racist terms is racist. Please go to the back of the class. Next time pay attention.