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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
  
  
  
 
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Re: David Attenborough Biography by Diamond on 20 March 2003 1:19pm
 
alan

were you referring to life on air on video and dvd or the life of mamamls and othere progs by david A?? did anyone get a good recording??

wasnt life on air a brilliant programme!!
 
Re: David Attenborough Biography by ellenpc on 21 March 2003 12:38pm
 
Yes, I agree Lyn,it was amazing to see just how full a career David had had. I didn't know he had been quite such a vital player in the Beeb's early developement.

I really knew him best as the most engaging biology/geography/history/natural science teacher ever! You couldn't help but be interested as he was so enthusistic and passionate about any subject he was presenting, be it Gorillas, the Common Ant or a particularly rare species of Lichen!

David Attenborough and David Bellamy, what a childhood!! :^}}

Ellen x
 
Re: David Attenborough Biography by risible-phyll on 21 March 2003 7:30pm
 
Life on air Sir David Attenborough

I have just started reading the book and I can tell already it's going to be a "can't put it down "type of book

The book does indicate that Sir David is 74, a lot of stories to be told about these busy broadcasting years.

He is indeed a charming , witty and enthusiastic man, sounds a bit like somebody else don't you think Michael ????..................

Phyll x
 
Re: David Attenborough Biography by Diamond on 22 March 2003 1:34am
 
On the W H SMith 'peoples choice' book awards - Sir David Atenborough won the prize for biography/autobiography last week in London - well done I say definitley my choice!!
 
Re: David Attenborough Biography by Rusted on 22 March 2003 9:16am
 
Available on DVD?

Do you think we could get it on DVD over in America? I've been quite curious to see this since I heard some of my fellow Palinites reviewing it last year.

Hm. Perhaps it's time for Mary to do some research...unless someone can tell me off the top of their head so that I can be lazy? ;O)

~Mary
 
Re: David Attenborough Biography by Diamond on 22 March 2003 11:53am
 
You agree with me ellen - how kind - do you want to marry me? now that Dianne doesnt want me!!
 
Re: David Attenborough Biography by ellenpc on 22 March 2003 3:29pm
 
What on the rebound Lyn!!?????

Ooo, my Mummy warned me about such fickle whims of fancy.................



Well alright then, just no birds of any kind, unless it's roast chook!!

Ellen x
 
Re: David Attenborough Biography by Dianne on 23 March 2003 4:14am
 
Lyn - I see you are trying to get everyone on your side and making me the baddie. Well, YOU were the one who left me hanging while making up your mind, with no word from you whatsoever! I was not going to put up with . . . .that ill-mannered type of behaviour. Then suddenly in a flash Mac appeared before me and wanted to marry me!!! I felt wanted again!! Oh, yes!! And now you are marrying Ellen. Well, good luck, but it proves I made the right choice in turning away from you to Mac.

Dianne (thinking, "will anyone reading this who does not know us take this seriously?")
 
Re: David Attenborough Biography by Diamond on 24 March 2003 2:11am
 
Is Mac the purple pac a mac with wing tips!??
 
Re: David Attenborough Biography by Dianne on 24 March 2003 10:07am
 
No Lyn, that would be Helen and Ellen's dream partner.
 
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