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Queen awards Sir David Attenborough the Chatham House Prize for Blue Planet series

By AFP
25 November 2019   |   2:20 pm
Sir David Attenborough and Julian Hector, head of BBC Studios Natural History Unit, receive the 2019 Chatham House Prize presented by Queen Elizabeth II for their work on Blue Planet II, a nature documentary series on the damage ocean plastic pollution has on marine life.

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