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BBC Earth

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En TV-kanal från BBC som visar vetenskap, historia, teknik och äventyr i en salig blandning.

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Deadly 60

Steve is in South Africa, home to a huge number of animals on the Deadly 60. However, big predators aren't what Steve is here for, as he's exploring the plight of the rhino.

Bild från filmen World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys
World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

A journey through Sicily that takes in seven Unesco World Heritage sites, with the first stop being a visit to a castle whose baron was inspired by Hampton Court. There's a meeting in Modica with Sicily's most famous chocolatier, and more.

Bild från filmen World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys
World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

In the Italian province of Liguria, a journey along the Mediterranean's most spectacular stretch of coastline into the Apennine Mountains aboard a lovingly restored vintage train.

Bild från filmen World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys
World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

An insight into the West Highland Line that winds its way from Glasgow, Scotland, all the way to the Isle of Skye.

Bild från filmen World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys
World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

A trip through the Bavarian Alps, with stopping points including a former Olympic village, Germany's highest mountain, and a quick tipple with a beer-brewing monk.

Bild från filmen World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys
World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

A trip through Devon to the tip of Cornwall, going back in time to recapture the golden age of luxury train travel. From Dawlish, it heads to Cornwall and across the Royal Albert Bridge, a masterpiece of railway engineering.

Bild från filmen World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys
World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

All aboard the luxury heritage train The Northern Belle as it makes a grand tour of England's glorious rural northwest. Beginning in Preston, its passengers are soon travelling through Cumbria and the landscapes of the Lake District.

Bild från filmen The Last Igloo
The Last Igloo

Following an Inuit hunter as he hunts, fishes and constructs an igloo. A look at disappearing skills and how climate change is affecting the lives of Inuits in Greenland.

Bild från filmen Earth's Natural Wonders
Earth's Natural Wonders

In the high Himalaya, join yak-herder Thokmay Lowa and his small group as he steers his herd through one of the region's extreme mountain passes. In the Canadian Arctic, 63-year-old Minnie Nappaaluk and her granddaughter Eva embark on one of the most hazardous expeditions for food: the mussel harvest. In the blistering Australian outback, the only way to efficiently round up cattle herds on vast farms is through the use of helicopter cowboys like Chris Weyand.

Bild från filmen Earth's Natural Wonders
Earth's Natural Wonders

In many of the world's most extraordinary natural wonders there is an abundance of animals. These can be a devastating threat to the people who live there, or they can provide a means of survival, but often at a high price.

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Earth's Natural Wonders

In some natural wonders people push themselves to the limit to survive. For the people who call these extraordinary places home, survival requires skill, ingenuity and bravery. These places include Brazil, Ethiopia, Laos and Switzerland.

Exploration Volcano

An inconspicuous hill on the Spanish Island of La Palma bursts open, releasing an avalanche of lava. In its path are the homes of seven thousand residents and the emergency services rush to evacuate.

Exploration Volcano

Mount Nyiragongo in the Democratic Republic of Congo erupts. It engulfs the nearby city of Goma with lava, taking thirty-three lives and destroying almost four-thousand homes.

Exploration Volcano

Mount Etna, Europe's most active volcano, is in the experiencing its longest spate of eruptions in recent years. Take a look at the events leading up to this point.

Exploration Volcano

The Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland hasn't seen any volcanic activity for over 1000 years, until now. For a whole year the fishing village of Grindavik is rocked by huge earthquakes.

Bild från filmen Chris Packham's Animal Einsteins
Chris Packham's Animal Einsteins

Chris Packham reveals the intelligent cons and deceitful behaviour that animals use to survive and prosper in the game of life, from disguising themselves to outwit predators to kidnapping babies to save their own offspring.

Bild från filmen Chris Packham's Animal Einsteins
Chris Packham's Animal Einsteins

In this episode Chris Packham discovers the clever methods that animals use to travel from A to B and how they find their way. Whether it is a local trip to find food or an epic journey to reach a safe place to have young, every traveller must work out where to go and the most energy-efficient way to get there. Now, the latest scientific research is helping uncover just how they do it, from creating mental maps of their environment to planning their route with precision.

Bild från filmen Brian Cox's Adventures in Space and Time
Brian Cox's Adventures in Space and Time

Brian explores a simple question that is causing a big stir today: what is time? Modern science shows it to be far stranger than we think. He recalls some highlights from his TV series that touch upon different sides of this physics conundrum.

Bild från filmen Horizon
Horizon

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of its launch, this film tells the remarkable story of how Hubble revealed the awe and wonder of the universe and how a team of daring astronauts risked their lives to keep it working.

Bild från filmen Civilisations
Civilisations

Simon Schama explores the remote origins of human creativity with the first known marks made some 80,000 years ago in South African caves, marks which were not dictated merely by humanity's physical needs. He marvels at the later caveworks, shapes of hands, in red stencils on the walls of caves, and at the paintings of bison and bulls, and Stone Age carvings.

Bild från filmen Sacred Wonders
Sacred Wonders

At Angkor Wat in Cambodia, a man who believes the temples are home to his ancestral spirits risks his life to save them from the jungle. At al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, a young Muslim paramedic battles his own hunger and exhaustion to help other fasting worshippers during Ramadan. At the Shaolin Temple in China, a Buddhist warrior monk faces a test that will change the course of his life forever. Discover just what people do for faith in some of the most stunning sacred places on Earth.

Bild från filmen Chris Packham's Animal Einsteins
Chris Packham's Animal Einsteins

Chris Packham reveals the intelligent cons and deceitful behaviour that animals use to survive and prosper in the game of life, from disguising themselves to outwit predators to kidnapping babies to save their own offspring.

Bild från filmen Chris Packham's Animal Einsteins
Chris Packham's Animal Einsteins

In this episode Chris Packham discovers the clever methods that animals use to travel from A to B and how they find their way. Whether it is a local trip to find food or an epic journey to reach a safe place to have young, every traveller must work out where to go and the most energy-efficient way to get there. Now, the latest scientific research is helping uncover just how they do it, from creating mental maps of their environment to planning their route with precision.

Bild från filmen Brian Cox's Adventures in Space and Time
Brian Cox's Adventures in Space and Time

Brian explores a simple question that is causing a big stir today: what is time? Modern science shows it to be far stranger than we think. He recalls some highlights from his TV series that touch upon different sides of this physics conundrum.

Bild från filmen Horizon
Horizon

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of its launch, this film tells the remarkable story of how Hubble revealed the awe and wonder of the universe and how a team of daring astronauts risked their lives to keep it working.

Bild från filmen Civilisations
Civilisations

Simon Schama explores the remote origins of human creativity with the first known marks made some 80,000 years ago in South African caves, marks which were not dictated merely by humanity's physical needs. He marvels at the later caveworks, shapes of hands, in red stencils on the walls of caves, and at the paintings of bison and bulls, and Stone Age carvings.

Bild från filmen Sacred Wonders
Sacred Wonders

At Angkor Wat in Cambodia, a man who believes the temples are home to his ancestral spirits risks his life to save them from the jungle. At al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, a young Muslim paramedic battles his own hunger and exhaustion to help other fasting worshippers during Ramadan. At the Shaolin Temple in China, a Buddhist warrior monk faces a test that will change the course of his life forever. Discover just what people do for faith in some of the most stunning sacred places on Earth.