Attenborough's Journey follows Sir David as he travels the globe to film his new series, David Attenborough's First Life, in which he explores the very origins of life on Earth. We're a bit confused too, but this documentary is best described as a precursor of sorts to his new series. We think. In the series - a year in the making - David, aged 84, journeys to the parts of the world which have had special meaning to him during his 50 years of broadcasting. Beginning near his boyhood Leicestershire home, where he first collected fossils, he then travels to Morocco's arid deserts, the glaciers of Canada and the crystal-clear waters of Australia's Great Barrier Reef. As a prelude to David Attenborough's First Life, Attenborough's Journey provides a unique insight into the mind and character of one of the world's most iconic broadcasters as he shares his passions for the natural world. Combining his global journey for First Life and archive material looking back at his illustrious career, both as a programme maker and a Controller of the BBC, the film reveals what makes him tick.