Download the first episode of 'Planet Earth' for free
Just in time for Earth Day, BBC Earth is offering a free iTunes download of <i>Planet Earth</i>'s Pole to Pole.
Fri, Apr 09, 2010 at 9:59 AM
Photo courtesy of BBC Earth
, there was Planet Earth
, an 11-part series filmed in 62 countries to tell the story of life on Earth. And in celebration of Earth Day’s 40th anniversary, BBC Earth is offering Planet Earth
’s first episode — “Pole to Pole” — for free download on iTunes for two weeks, starting Monday.
Just go to the Planet Earth page on iTunes
between April 12–26 to see that freebie — in SD or HD. If the first episode hooks you, you can download the whole series instantly on iTunes! A series pass costs $20.99 ($31.99 in HD) or $1.99 per episode ($2.99 in HD). Watch this clip of hydroplaning whales to whet your appetite for Planet Earth
And if you still can’t get enough, watch the behind-the scenes Planet Earth Diaries — 11 episodes, each 10 minutes long, that catch the trials, tribulations, and triumphs that the crew experienced while capturing the series on film. Each episode costs 99 cents; the entire 11-episode set costs $4.99.
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