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Source:  TV Guide

In response to the devastation caused by the widespread, ongoing bushfires in Australia, BBC America announced on Friday that it will now launch its latest nature documentary series, “Seven Worlds, One Planet,” with its episode centered on Australia.

The series, narrated by Sir David Attenborough, makes its U.S. debut Saturday, Jan. 18 and focuses on Earth’s seven continents and how they shape animal behavior and biodiversity.

The Australia-centric episode, which was filmed before the fires began, will include important information about relief efforts and how viewers can support them.

If you don’t have cable, the episode will also be made available to view on the BBC America website for free.

Additionally, the network has launched a website with links for more information and details regarding organizations that are already helping on the ground.

Read the story at TV Guide.


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