This DVD gives us an after-hours look at London’s Natural History Museum with Sir David Attenborough as our tour guide.
Using CGI and cutting-edge science, this ground-breaking new film brings the museum’s long-extinct inhabitants, such as ice age beasts and monstrous apes, come to life once again. We learn more about how these fascinating, extinct creatures looked and behaved.
This 90 minute DVD documentary is just one of many in the prestigious career of Sir David Attenborough who has written more than 35 including The Private Life of Plants in 1995 and The Blue Planet in 2001.
We have 8 copies of David Attenborough’s Natural History Museum Alive to give away. To be in with a chance of winning a DVD worth £12.50, simply fill in the form below before the deadline of Sunday 11th May 2014.
We also have a competition to win the companion book, click here to find out more.
The DVD is released on April 28th and to purchase the 3D Blu-ray on Amazon click here.