Sir David Attenborough will appear on BBC Breakfast tomorrow morning.

The TV presenter, 94, is set to appear on Monday and Tuesday morning's show to discuss how fans can save the environment after his brand new Instagram page raked in millions of followers in recent days.

He will inform viewers on how their subtle changes can help save the planet, as well as touch on how the coronavirus lockdown affected him.

Sir David will also provide his thoughts on the Extinction Rebellion activist organisation in the all-new interview.

It comes after he surprised the nation as he joined Instagram in a bid to tap into a new audience.

Sir David Attenborough will appear on BBC Breakfast tomorrow

He is calling on fans to do their bit as he shared his first ever social media video urging them to take care of the world, which he said is deeply "in trouble".

"I'm making this move and exploring this new way of communication to me because, as we all know, the world is in trouble," Sir David explains in the inspiring clip.

"Continents are on fire, glaciers are melting, coral reefs are dying, fish are disappearing from our oceans, the list goes on and on.

He is going to touch on lockdown and Extinction Rebellion

"But we know what to do about it, that's why I'm tackling this new way for me of communication.

"Over the next few weeks I'll be recording messages to explain what the problems are and how we can deal with them.

"Join me or, as we used to say in those early days of radio, stay tuned."

The historian is urging his fans to make subtle changes to save the planet

The release of his Instagram page comes ahead of his new film David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet, which will launch on Netflix in October.

The filmmakers Colin Butfield and Jonnie Hughes will be posting his Instagram video messages for him.

*Tune in to BBC Breakfast from 6am tomorrow and Tuesday morning on BBC One.

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