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Blue Planet III

Blue Planet III

October 2019
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Sea levels have risen, and it’s time for a flooded BBC to make another Blue Planet. But where are all the animals?

Put on your polar ice caps and join two idiots in an adventure to repopulate the sea and save the oceans! “David Attenborough meets clowning” (Broadway Baby) in this children’s comedy show by the “hugely entertaining” (Chortle) Luke Rollason and the “hilarious” (The List) Christian Brighty.

Duration: 1 hour

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Bright Buoy Productions 

4+

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