Sir David Attenborough has hinted that he may never work overseas again, after 70 years of travelling the globe.
The natural historian told the UK’s Radio Times “It’s probably a fact of age, but I was finding my heart was sinking deeper and deeper into my boots every time I walked up into an aircraft and looked down that long line and thought, ‘I’m going to be here for another 24 hours,'”
“It didn’t make my heart lift with pleasure.”
When then probed on whether he thinks he will ever film overseas again, Attenborough admitted: “No, not a lot.”
The documentary star, 94, has spent 2020 at home but he has continued to deliver voiceovers for a new show A Perfect Planet, which will air in January 2021.