Lates: Blue Planet II
Photography © BBC/Lisa Labinjoh/Joe Platko 2017
Relive the spectacle
Blue Planet II producers and researchers join Museum scientists to host a range of talks, activities and interactive experiences this month at Lates.
The BBC Natural History Unit and scientists from the Natural History Museum come together to celebrate our oceans.
The Blue Planet II series captivated audiences around the world as our oceans revealed countless previously untold stories. Museum scientists are studying marine specimens from across the world's oceans, from tiny fossils to vast whale skeletons.
There has never been a more crucial time for us to explore and understand marine life.
Relive memorable sequences from the series and come face-to-face with featured animals. Special specimens from the Museum's collections will be on display for one night only.
Hear stories from the producers and researchers who created the series. They will join Museum scientists to host a range of talks, activities and interactive experiences highlighting each episode.
Advance tickets for these free talks are now sold out, but a small number of tickets will be available on the night.
Meet the Blue Planet II team
26 January 2018, 18.00-22.00
Free entry, aside from behind-the-scenes tours which are just £10.
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