David Attenborough: I'll retire if my work becomes substandard

In rare comments on subject of retirement, Blue Planet II narrator says physical problems could also force him to quit

Sir David Attenborough has said he will retire from broadcasting if he feels his work has become substandard or if he can longer walk up and down stairs.

The 91-year-old, who narrated the UK’s most watched television programme of 2017, Blue Planet II, said his schedule for 2018 was already looking “pretty full” but he would stop working if he felt his commentary had lost its way.

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