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David Attenborough

  • Annie Mac
  • 27 Jan 08, 10:00 PM

Next week, we're going to pre-record an interview with the legend that is Sir David Attenborough. We really want to ask him your questions, so please do let us know any questions you want to ask him.. just stick it in the comments box.

Annie x

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  1. At 05:09 PM on 28 Jan 2008, Scott Manley wrote:

    Obvious one:
    David you've been close to some of the most perfectly evolved predators in the course of your career - were there any times that you suddenly decided that you'd pushed your luck a little too far and were in real danger?

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  2. At 04:23 PM on 29 Jan 2008, Vicki Scurrah wrote:

    David - you are interviewed frequently and must have been asked all the questions under the sun. What question do you get fed up of answering, and what is your favourite subject - the one you could spend all day talking about?

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  3. At 05:35 AM on 30 Jan 2008, Alastair Scollay wrote:

    David,

    How optimistic are you about the future welfare of the most endangered animals - specifically, do you believe governments are making wildlife protection enough of a priority?

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  4. At 01:04 PM on 31 Jan 2008, BINGO STAR wrote:

    Alwight ALL,

    Bingo Star ere.

    Ello Annie, errrr Bingo Star ere from Chris Evans blog (Don't tell 'im am ere or i'll end up band, sorry banned from 'is blog).
    Mind you always wanted ter be in a band, so band would be ok - know what am sayin'!!!

    Just wanted ter say there's an Annie Mac bloggin' on CLP's blog - is it you Annie????

    We don't often get celebs on CLP's blog.... except for CLP 'imself - know what am sayin'!!!!!

    While am ere, errrr...... can I join in on The Sir David Attenborough questions...... Global Warming (being serious now) is a very, very serious thing that is 'appening... what are Sir David's views on it & what does he think might 'appen as a result.
    I have one perhaps crazy theory, but a serious theory, that if the ice caps melt, as they are fast, could they act as giant weights balancing the earth on it's present axis?
    If this is so could the earth change it's axis slightly?
    I believe this is a possibility. What ever the outcome of global warming - it is happening & fast!!!

    All The Best Annie from Bingo!

    Chow!

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  5. At 01:00 PM on 01 Feb 2008, Guy Cross wrote:

    Sir David. You have been very vocal with regards to climate change etc. In your opinion how drastic does the life change "joe/joanne public" need to undertake to stop some sort of catastrophy from happening.

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  6. At 08:18 PM on 02 Feb 2008, Aisha Kosser wrote:

    Sir David Attenborough -
    do you Sir David Attenborough, ever just wish you were a Normal every day Man, eg. Electrtion, shop keeper ?. & if Yes what would you do & why ? & if No why don't you want to be a normal, everday person, ?

    Aisha
    x

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  7. At 09:53 PM on 06 Feb 2008, Mark Elsdon wrote:

    Dear Sir David

    My 9 year old son Jack has just completed a piece of homework in which he had to carry out some research on a person that he considered to be a role model. He chose you as his subject, and rightly so as we are both keen naturalists. We spent the evening searching the internet and admiring your numerous achievements. One of the questions that he had to answer is what have been your main obstacles in getting to where you are today and how did you overcome them? Jack came up with quite a list of the challenges he thought you may have had, but I wonder what your own thoughts are? Thank you for all the wonderful programmes you have made over the years. As a keen herpetologist I can honestly say Life in Coldblood has been well worth the wait and like you seeing the pygmy leaf chameleon was simply incredible. BEst wishes, Mark.

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  8. At 10:55 PM on 08 Feb 2008, adele wrote:

    David,
    Are you are Vegan?

    Did you used to argue with your brother about who is the most talented??? ha ha

    Are you religious?

    Thank you.

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  9. At 09:00 PM on 27 Feb 2008, hollie dempsey wrote:

    David- You have recently done the documentry 'Life in Cold Blood' which is an excellent programme and i enjoy it very much as i am a student going to college in september and taking the animal management course as i live on a farm and animals are my passion. When you where young, did you know what you wanted to achieve in life or was a coincidence that you were going to work with animals or be knighted by the Queen, bless her!? Also, did you have a vibe when you were doing the documentary that you wanted to help the animals that were endangered and were close to extinction??
    From Hollie, student in Somerset XXXXXXX

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  10. At 10:26 PM on 03 Mar 2008, Sue Healy wrote:

    Dear Mr Attenborough

    May I congratulate you and your team for producing such a brilliant and informative series about the fascinating reptiles and amphibians on our planet. The series has certainly strengthend my faith in and appreciation for the person who, in his wisdom and love for mankind and the animal creation, designed and created all the astounding life on earth. Such phrases as 'designed', 'strategy', 'sophisticated solar heating' and 'miracle' were used during this series. All life on earth gives glory to the creative power of our Maker, Jehovah God. Thank you once again.

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  11. At 09:55 AM on 15 Apr 2008, Anonymous wrote:

    cool

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