Byron Quinn, of the It's Nice That website, brings to attention this lovely YouTube video of Sir David Attenborough -- the voice behind the BBC's Planet Earth documentaries -- singing the lyrics to Louis Armstrong's What a Wonderful World.
RKCR/Y&R have used David Attenborough's mellifluous granddad voice-over for a two minute spot ad for the BBC, wherein the the octogenarian explorer says the lyrics of What A Wonderful World, while epic clips of nature roll poetically across your teary eyeballs.
Better watch it before it's taken offline, as the original is not available in every country.
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