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BBC Earth

lördag den 5 december

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

The Age of Nature

Why restoring nature may be the best hope for fighting climate change and slowing down global warming. Why restoring nature may be the best hope for fighting climate change and slowing down global warming

Frozen Planet: The Making Of

Producer Dan Rees led the `Frozen Planet' team on their longest journey in the Arctic to Russia's most remote region: Chukotka, 4,000 miles and 9 time zones east of Moscow. Producer Dan Rees led the `Frozen Planet' team on their longest journey in the Arctic to Russia's most remote region: Chukotka, 4,000 miles and 9 time zones east of Moscow

Waterhole: Africa's Animal Oasis

The waterhole is built in the middle of an open patch of savannah, to enable wildlife to approach it from all directions. The team excavate one hundred tonnes of soil and lay eight kilometres of fibre optic cable and piping. Sixty thousand litres of sustainable groundwater is pumped in, filling two pools, thus giving more water edges for thirsty animals to access. The waterhole is built in the middle of an open patch of savannah, to enable wildlife to approach it from all directions. The team excavate one hundred tonnes of soil and lay eight kilometres of fibre optic cable and piping. Sixty thousand litres of sustainable groundwater is pumped in, filling two pools, thus giving more water edges for thirsty animals to access

The Age of Nature

Why restoring nature may be the best hope for fighting climate change and slowing down global warming. Why restoring nature may be the best hope for fighting climate change and slowing down global warming

The World's Deadliest Weather

The Japanese tsunami sees entire towns washed away and people trying to outrun the wave in the country's biggest national disaster since the Second World War. The Japanese tsunami sees entire towns washed away and people trying to outrun the wave in the country's biggest national disaster since the Second World War

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Cornwall at an enormous bakery where they produce 180,000 Cornish pasties a day. He follows the production of the pastry snacks from the arrival of two tonnes of swedes right through to dispatch. Gregg Wallace is in Cornwall at an enormous bakery where they produce 180,000 Cornish pasties a day. He follows the production of the pastry snacks from the arrival of two tonnes of swedes right through to dispatch

Frozen Planet: The Making Of

Producer Dan Rees led the `Frozen Planet' team on their longest journey in the Arctic to Russia's most remote region: Chukotka, 4,000 miles and 9 time zones east of Moscow. Producer Dan Rees led the `Frozen Planet' team on their longest journey in the Arctic to Russia's most remote region: Chukotka, 4,000 miles and 9 time zones east of Moscow

The World's Deadliest Weather

A hurricane at sea plunges 4 000 cruise passengers into panic. Beset by a powerful storm, a herd of pregnant cows is driven into the Irish Sea. A hurricane at sea plunges 4 000 cruise passengers into panic. Beset by a powerful storm, a herd of pregnant cows is driven into the Irish Sea

Waterhole: Africa's Animal Oasis

The waterhole is built in the middle of an open patch of savannah, to enable wildlife to approach it from all directions. The team excavate one hundred tonnes of soil and lay eight kilometres of fibre optic cable and piping. Sixty thousand litres of sustainable groundwater is pumped in, filling two pools, thus giving more water edges for thirsty animals to access. The waterhole is built in the middle of an open patch of savannah, to enable wildlife to approach it from all directions. The team excavate one hundred tonnes of soil and lay eight kilometres of fibre optic cable and piping. Sixty thousand litres of sustainable groundwater is pumped in, filling two pools, thus giving more water edges for thirsty animals to access

The World's Deadliest Weather

The Japanese tsunami sees entire towns washed away and people trying to outrun the wave in the country's biggest national disaster since the Second World War. The Japanese tsunami sees entire towns washed away and people trying to outrun the wave in the country's biggest national disaster since the Second World War

Life Below Zero

Sue transports a new generator. Andy and Denise gather wood. Ricko and his kids hunt for muskrat. Chip and Agnes move camp. Sue transports a new generator. Andy and Denise gather wood. Ricko and his kids hunt for muskrat. Chip and Agnes move camp

The Age of Nature

Why restoring nature may be the best hope for fighting climate change and slowing down global warming. Why restoring nature may be the best hope for fighting climate change and slowing down global warming

Waterhole: Africa's Animal Oasis

The waterhole is built in the middle of an open patch of savannah, to enable wildlife to approach it from all directions. The team excavate one hundred tonnes of soil and lay eight kilometres of fibre optic cable and piping. Sixty thousand litres of sustainable groundwater is pumped in, filling two pools, thus giving more water edges for thirsty animals to access. The waterhole is built in the middle of an open patch of savannah, to enable wildlife to approach it from all directions. The team excavate one hundred tonnes of soil and lay eight kilometres of fibre optic cable and piping. Sixty thousand litres of sustainable groundwater is pumped in, filling two pools, thus giving more water edges for thirsty animals to access

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Cornwall at an enormous bakery where they produce 180,000 Cornish pasties a day. He follows the production of the pastry snacks from the arrival of two tonnes of swedes right through to dispatch. Gregg Wallace is in Cornwall at an enormous bakery where they produce 180,000 Cornish pasties a day. He follows the production of the pastry snacks from the arrival of two tonnes of swedes right through to dispatch

The World's Deadliest Weather

The Japanese tsunami sees entire towns washed away and people trying to outrun the wave in the country's biggest national disaster since the Second World War. The Japanese tsunami sees entire towns washed away and people trying to outrun the wave in the country's biggest national disaster since the Second World War

Life Below Zero

Sue transports a new generator. Andy and Denise gather wood. Ricko and his kids hunt for muskrat. Chip and Agnes move camp. Sue transports a new generator. Andy and Denise gather wood. Ricko and his kids hunt for muskrat. Chip and Agnes move camp

The World's Deadliest Weather

A hurricane at sea plunges 4 000 cruise passengers into panic. Beset by a powerful storm, a herd of pregnant cows is driven into the Irish Sea. A hurricane at sea plunges 4 000 cruise passengers into panic. Beset by a powerful storm, a herd of pregnant cows is driven into the Irish Sea

Waterhole: Africa's Animal Oasis

The waterhole is built in the middle of an open patch of savannah, to enable wildlife to approach it from all directions. The team excavate one hundred tonnes of soil and lay eight kilometres of fibre optic cable and piping. Sixty thousand litres of sustainable groundwater is pumped in, filling two pools, thus giving more water edges for thirsty animals to access. The waterhole is built in the middle of an open patch of savannah, to enable wildlife to approach it from all directions. The team excavate one hundred tonnes of soil and lay eight kilometres of fibre optic cable and piping. Sixty thousand litres of sustainable groundwater is pumped in, filling two pools, thus giving more water edges for thirsty animals to access

Spy in the Wild

In the spectacular snow-covered mountains of Japan, snow monkeys gather at steaming hot thermal pools. Spy Macaque joins them in this natural spa and even slips beneath the surface as the monkeys bathe and socialise. In the spectacular snow-covered mountains of Japan, snow monkeys gather at steaming hot thermal pools. Spy Macaque joins them in this natural spa and even slips beneath the surface as the monkeys bathe and socialise

David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

Some animals appear to have stretched their natural gifts to the limits. Sir David Attenborough looks at the giraffe, who must reach the tallest branches to find food, and the chameleon, who must use their camouflage to hide from predators. Some animals appear to have stretched their natural gifts to the limits. Sir David Attenborough looks at the giraffe, who must reach the tallest branches to find food, and the chameleon, who must use their camouflage to hide from predators

Life on Location

Filming Antarctic killer whales. Filming Antarctic killer whales

The World's Deadliest Weather

As Hurricane Matthew pounds six countries, Haiti is devastated by it. A honeymooning couple are trapped. Police try to rescue drowning car drivers. As Hurricane Matthew pounds six countries, Haiti is devastated by it. A honeymooning couple are trapped. Police try to rescue drowning car drivers

Life Below Zero

Sue hunts waterfowl. Andy and Denise fight the river breakup. Ricko and his kids hunt geese. The Hailstones hunt small game. Sue hunts waterfowl. Andy and Denise fight the river breakup. Ricko and his kids hunt geese. The Hailstones hunt small game

The World's Deadliest Weather

A hurricane at sea plunges 4 000 cruise passengers into panic. Beset by a powerful storm, a herd of pregnant cows is driven into the Irish Sea. A hurricane at sea plunges 4 000 cruise passengers into panic. Beset by a powerful storm, a herd of pregnant cows is driven into the Irish Sea

The World's Deadliest Weather

Tourists flee for their lives when Hurricane Patricia rips apart a Mexican holiday resort. Meanwhile, a tornado tosses a busy bouncy castle into the air during a summer fair in England. Tourists flee for their lives when Hurricane Patricia rips apart a Mexican holiday resort. Meanwhile, a tornado tosses a busy bouncy castle into the air during a summer fair in England

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Burton upon Trent at Britain's biggest brewery, where they produce three million pints of beer a day. He follows the production of Britain's best-selling lager, and gets to grips with brewing terms. Gregg Wallace is in Burton upon Trent at Britain's biggest brewery, where they produce three million pints of beer a day. He follows the production of Britain's best-selling lager, and gets to grips with brewing terms

The World's Deadliest Weather

As Hurricane Matthew pounds six countries, Haiti is devastated by it. A honeymooning couple are trapped. Police try to rescue drowning car drivers. As Hurricane Matthew pounds six countries, Haiti is devastated by it. A honeymooning couple are trapped. Police try to rescue drowning car drivers

Life Below Zero

Sue hunts waterfowl. Andy and Denise fight the river breakup. Ricko and his kids hunt geese. The Hailstones hunt small game. Sue hunts waterfowl. Andy and Denise fight the river breakup. Ricko and his kids hunt geese. The Hailstones hunt small game

The World's Deadliest Weather

A hurricane at sea plunges 4 000 cruise passengers into panic. Beset by a powerful storm, a herd of pregnant cows is driven into the Irish Sea. A hurricane at sea plunges 4 000 cruise passengers into panic. Beset by a powerful storm, a herd of pregnant cows is driven into the Irish Sea

Life on Location

Filming Antarctic killer whales. Filming Antarctic killer whales

The World's Deadliest Weather

Tourists flee for their lives when Hurricane Patricia rips apart a Mexican holiday resort. Meanwhile, a tornado tosses a busy bouncy castle into the air during a summer fair in England. Tourists flee for their lives when Hurricane Patricia rips apart a Mexican holiday resort. Meanwhile, a tornado tosses a busy bouncy castle into the air during a summer fair in England

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Cornwall at an enormous bakery where they produce 180,000 Cornish pasties a day. He follows the production of the pastry snacks from the arrival of two tonnes of swedes right through to dispatch. Gregg Wallace is in Cornwall at an enormous bakery where they produce 180,000 Cornish pasties a day. He follows the production of the pastry snacks from the arrival of two tonnes of swedes right through to dispatch