“Sir David Attenborough is a British icon, and the fact that he’s the only person to win Bafta awards for programmes in black and white, colour, HD, 3D, 4K and VR, cements that fact even more.
“The documentarian, who turned 95 years old today, began his career as a television producer for the BBC in 1952. Since then, Sir David has produced a slew of hard-hitting documentaries and films.
“His earlier projects focused on the natural world’s wonders and his more recent work is a platform for a variety of important environmental issues.
“The broadcaster has advocated for causes such as restoring planetary biodiversity, limiting human population growth, shifting to renewable energy and reducing meat consumption.”
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