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BBC Earth

fredag den 21 januari

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

Bild från filmen Inside the Factory
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Germany, at a historic factory which produces 600,000 pencils a day. At materials intake he is astonished that the main material in a pencil is not lead, but graphite. He helps mix this with clay to produce a 250-kilo batch, enough for 200,000 pencils.

Bild från filmen Deadly 60
Deadly 60

Steve heads to the incredible Loango National Park on the western coast of Gabon and home to some awesome Deadly predators. First up, Steve heads out onto the waterways in search of the small but deadly dwarf crocodile.

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Yorkshire-born Moli and his Californian wife Noelle left city life behind to set up their own business as wildlife safari guides in the unexplored Ruaha National Park in Tanzania.

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Chris Packham weighs up the 20th century's greatest scientists, including Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, Alan Turing and Tu You You. He explores some of their most famous discoveries, as well as the lesser known human stories behind them, so often overshadowed by the scale and impact of their work.

Bild från filmen Coast
Coast

Britain's last great wilderness, the stunning Cape Wrath, is the stomping ground for Nick Crane who must make his own path to his favourite beach, an isolated sandy treasure on which few have set foot.

Bild från filmen Inside the Factory
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Germany, at a historic factory which produces 600,000 pencils a day. At materials intake he is astonished that the main material in a pencil is not lead, but graphite. He helps mix this with clay to produce a 250-kilo batch, enough for 200,000 pencils.

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

Sue Aikens returns to find a dangerous predator lurking just outside of camp. Meanwhile, the lake outside of Glenn's cabin is frozen, so the conditions are perfect for finding goose grass.

Secrets of the Superfactories

We follow the story of Amazon parcels, POSCO steel, Tabasco hot sauce and Kia cars, discerning the cutting edge science and engineering utilised in these superfactories.

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Chris Packham weighs up the 20th century's greatest scientists, including Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, Alan Turing and Tu You You. He explores some of their most famous discoveries, as well as the lesser known human stories behind them, so often overshadowed by the scale and impact of their work.

Bild från filmen Coast
Coast

Britain's last great wilderness, the stunning Cape Wrath, is the stomping ground for Nick Crane who must make his own path to his favourite beach, an isolated sandy treasure on which few have set foot.

Bild från filmen Inside the Factory
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Gateshead, at a cheese factory where they produce 3,000 tonnes of spreadable cheese every year. He follows the production of jalapeno chilli flavoured cheese, from a 28,000 litre delivery of milk to 5,400 squeezy tubes.

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

The Arctic's late freeze presents unique challenges for Alaskans as they attempt to gather food and resources for survival.

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben joins a couple at the start of their new lives in the wild in a two-room derelict farmhouse in rural Hungary that they bought from the internet without ever having visited the country before.

Icons: The Greatest Person of the 20th Century

Kathleen Turner weighs up the 20th century's greatest entertainers, including Charlie Chaplin, Billie Holiday, Marilyn Monroe and David Bowie. She uncovers their greatest achievements and explores their legacies.

Bild från filmen Coast
Coast

In Cornwall, Nick Crane uncovers the most astonishing artistic exploration of Britain's coast. Two hundred years ago William Daniell embarked on a ten-year journey right around the edge of Britain to produce illustrations.

Secrets of the Superfactories

We follow the story of Amazon parcels, POSCO steel, Tabasco hot sauce and Kia cars, discerning the cutting edge science and engineering utilised in these superfactories.

The World's Deadliest Weather

Tourists in Thailand are totally unprepared when a tsunami crashes into 14 countries in the Indian Ocean, killing 250,000 people on Boxing Day 2004.

Cosmonauts: How Russia Won the Space Race

Looking at the pioneering work of Soviet cosmonauts during the Space Race, featuring rare archive footage and interviews.

The World's Wildest Weather: Caught on Camera

A twister rips through the US city of Tuscaloosa in Alabama, and in Durban, South Africa, a storm with near-hurricane winds breaks the mooring lines of super-tankers.

Bild från filmen Nature's Weirdest Events
Nature's Weirdest Events

Chris Packham continues his exploration of nature's most bizarre happenings. He looks at bears that have turned criminal, fish that have learned to attack birds, a possum that fakes its own death, a snake with two heads, and seriously clever crows.

Bild från filmen Hurricane Man
Hurricane Man

Josh attempts to get inside Super Typhoon Yutu, the strongest storm of 2018, arriving in the Philippines just as the typhoon starts to bring down power lines.

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Yorkshire-born Moli and his Californian wife Noelle left city life behind to set up their own business as wildlife safari guides in the unexplored Ruaha National Park in Tanzania.

The World's Deadliest Weather

Tourists in Thailand are totally unprepared when a tsunami crashes into 14 countries in the Indian Ocean, killing 250,000 people on Boxing Day 2004.

Cosmonauts: How Russia Won the Space Race

Looking at the pioneering work of Soviet cosmonauts during the Space Race, featuring rare archive footage and interviews.

The World's Wildest Weather: Caught on Camera

A twister rips through the US city of Tuscaloosa in Alabama, and in Durban, South Africa, a storm with near-hurricane winds breaks the mooring lines of super-tankers.

Bild från filmen Nature's Weirdest Events
Nature's Weirdest Events

Chris Packham continues his exploration of nature's most bizarre happenings. He looks at bears that have turned criminal, fish that have learned to attack birds, a possum that fakes its own death, a snake with two heads, and seriously clever crows.

Secrets of the Superfactories

We follow the story of Amazon parcels, POSCO steel, Tabasco hot sauce and Kia cars, discerning the cutting edge science and engineering utilised in these superfactories.

Bild från filmen Hurricane Man
Hurricane Man

Josh attempts to get inside Super Typhoon Yutu, the strongest storm of 2018, arriving in the Philippines just as the typhoon starts to bring down power lines.