Top Billing chats to series producer Dale Templar who is turning the camera on a different type of animal. For the first time in 50 years, BBC investigates the humans. Templar states, "Who thought human beings to be this exciting!" The new documentary 'Human Planet' shows different ways of life - from the Arctic to the dessert, looking at people who climb trees to get honey, and others who use scare tactics on lions to steal buffalo meat. It even captures the lost tribes who live so closely with nature - possibly the first and the last time that we can see them this close up. Explore with us, and find out how all humans are fundamentally the same.
About Human Planet:
Human Planet is an eight-part landmark BBC natural history series.
Filmed in high definition, Human Planet will be an epic record of man's survival in the most extreme environments. Each episode focuses on one environment and how the peoples and tribes who live there adapt to their surroundings: oceans, deserts, arctic, jungles, mountains, grasslands, rivers and cities.
The series is narrated by John Hurt and features original music by composer Nitin Sawnhey.
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