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As told many times, David Attenborough is a national treasure. He may apparently dislike the term, but it is difficult to not tell that about such a nice presenter who has contributed significantly to some of the greatest programmes (of the documentary category and overall) the BBC has ever aired/produced.It is really difficult picking favourites, allow alone a definite favourite, among what Attenborough has done because he has done so many gems, it is the equivalent of trying to select your favorite ice cream flavour or your favorite operatic role (for examples) and finding you can't pick. One of Attenborough's one-off specials 'Attenborough in Paradise' is one of the greatest of them. Perhaps not quite among the greatest or most ground-breaking of his work, but other gem with everything done brilliantly. It has everything that makes so much of his work so wonderful, hence some of the reiteration of my newest reviews for some of his work (being on a nature documentary binge in my spare time), and deserves everything nice that has been told about it.First and foremost, 'Attenborough in Paradise' looks amazing. It is gorgeously filmed, done in a fully fluid and natural, sometimes intimate (a nice method of connecting even more with the birds), method and never looking static. In fact much of it is remarkably cinematic with some of the shots being special for a documentary series, making one forget that it is a series. The editing is everytime succinct and smooth and the scenery is spectacular.The melody score fits very well, never overly grandiose while never being inappropriate while also being a pretty score in its own right.Again, like so many Attenborough nature/wildlife documentaries, 'Attenborough in Paradise' fascinates, teaches, moves, entertains and transfixes. In terms of the facts there was a very nice mix of the known ones and the unknown. Likewise with the plants themselves.Narration by Attenborough supports significantly. He clearly knows his items and knows what to tell and how to tell it. He delivers it with his usual richness, soft-spoken enthusiasm and sincerity, never talking down to the viewer and keeping them riveted and wanting to know more.Loved the birds as expected, caring for them in the same method that one would a human. They look superb and are rich in personality. There's as everytime a wide range of emotions from tense conflict, awe and tear-jerking pathos.'Attenborough in Paradise' never feels episodic and has much more to it than just Attenborough being in awe.Overall, unbelievable and the viewer is in as much paradise as Attenborough. 10/10 Bethany Cox
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