Single-use plastics are expected to be phased out of city council-owned buildings after the move received backing by councillors.
Nature broadcasters Sir David Attenborough and Chris Packham lead the field for the 46th Grierson Awards shortlist with seven nominations between them, it has been announced.
Sir David Attenborough said he has been “astonished” by the response to plastic pollution after Blue Planet II as he helped launch more BBC programming on the issue.
Sir David Attenborough has unveiled a blue plaque in honour of a former BBC director-general who was accused of causing “moral collapse” by Mary Whitehouse.
Sir David Attenborough, Ed Miliband and Claire Foy are among the winners of the Broadcasting Press Guild awards.
The sister of a kayaker who drowned has spoken of her hopes that his death will help save the lives of other people through her new charity and campaigning work with the RNLI.
Sir David Attenborough has said he may stop working when he “can’t walk up and down steps any more”, but that he is fine at the moment.
Fans of Sir David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II were left surprised when instead of great white sharks, dolphins or whales, the veteran presenter began telling the story of rubber ducks.
Huge ratings for Blue Planet II and Strictly Come Dancing have given BBC One the top five biggest TV audiences of 2017 so far.
The BBC’s natural history blockbuster Blue Planet II has become the most-watched programme of 2017.
Sir David Attenborough has described the “heartbreaking” moment an albatross fed its chick plastic instead of fish in a sequence filmed for Blue Planet II.
Sir David Attenborough has said he is currently more encouraged than he had previously been about the widespread concern for the natural world, and that there are “signs of hope”.
Sir David Attenborough has said he was brought to tears by a group of elephants who appeared to be grieving over the bones of another elephant.
Renowned naturalist Sir David Attenborough is set to return to television for a new series of BBC’s award-winning Blue Planet.
More hungry lions, a fox headbutting snow and a calf’s footrace with a wolf: Planet Earth II enchanted us again
David Attenborough’s voice guided us through the penultimate episode of Planet Earth II on a cold December night.
Sir David Attenborough has said the BBC was “absolutely right” to let the Great British Bake Off go.