Google Earth offers BBC content

Google and BBC Worldwide announced that they have teamed up to offer visitors to the new Google Earth “a taste of world-renowned nature programming and storytelling”.

BBC’s “Natural Treasures”, which sits within the new Voyager feature of Google Earth, allows users to discover 30 locations across six of the world’s most incredible habitats – islands, deserts, grasslands, mountains, cities and jungles.

The BBC’s storytelling will enable users to explore through specially curated journeys each featuring a dynamic combination of filmed insights from the BBC’s wildlife producers, imagery and clips from award-winning archive series’ including “Life Story”, “Africa”, “Planet Earth II” and more.

Alongside “Natural Treasures” in Voyager there are five video collections from the BBC’s Bafta-nominated app “The Story of Life” featuring Sir David Attenborough’s clips.