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BBC Earth

lördag den 1 juni

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

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

Alaskans work to secure all loose ends as the unforgiving winter tightens its grip.

Deadly Mission Shark

Steve Backshall is on a mission to create a new generation of shark saviours, but first he needs to find his team. Once assembled, the team undertake a boot camp at a shark sanctuary in the Bahamas where they learn how to interact with sharks.

Bild från filmen Planet Earth III
Planet Earth III

In the baked Namib desert, a pair of ostriches raise their family in the searing heat to keep them safe from predators, but time is ticking as the chicks begin to hatch. For the whole brood to survive, the parents must time their departure perfectly.

Bild från filmen Joanna Lumley's Hidden Caribbean: Havana to Haiti
Joanna Lumley's Hidden Caribbean: Havana to Haiti

Joanna completes her Cuban journey by visiting the infamous town of Guantanamo. Giving the prison a wide berth, she discovers that the song `Guantanamera' was born in the town, and she meets a talented young singer who is recording the track herself. Fifty-seven miles across the Windward Passage to Haiti, she discovers a very different country, currently the poorest in the western world. She visits the Citadel, a mighty fortress built to deter the colonial powers of France, Spain and England.

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben heads to northern England and stays with host Paul in Lincolnshire onboard his 30-year-old converted military truck. He discovers why Paul traded living in a house for life on the road.

Bild från filmen Inside the Factory
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace visits the Denby factory in Derbyshire, which has been making pottery since 1809. Brits drink a staggering 195 million mugs of tea and coffee every day, so Gregg is following production of one of the factory's best sellers.

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

Jessie collects logs in anticipation of the coming winter. The Hailstones prepare themselves for the coming fish run. Ricko teaches his younger children to hunt and fish. Sue tests her mettle against the capricious, flooding tundra.

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

Sue goes adventuring for a bucket load of coal. The Hailstones sail back to Kiwalik with a string of new boats. Jessie chops down some trees to get him through the winter and Ricko lines out some fishing nets.

Deadly Mission Shark

Steve Backshall is on a mission to create a new generation of shark saviours, but first he needs to find his team. Once assembled, the team undertake a boot camp at a shark sanctuary in the Bahamas where they learn how to interact with sharks.

Bild från filmen Planet Earth III
Planet Earth III

In the baked Namib desert, a pair of ostriches raise their family in the searing heat to keep them safe from predators, but time is ticking as the chicks begin to hatch. For the whole brood to survive, the parents must time their departure perfectly.

Bild från filmen Joanna Lumley's Hidden Caribbean: Havana to Haiti
Joanna Lumley's Hidden Caribbean: Havana to Haiti

Joanna completes her Cuban journey by visiting the infamous town of Guantanamo. Giving the prison a wide berth, she discovers that the song `Guantanamera' was born in the town, and she meets a talented young singer who is recording the track herself. Fifty-seven miles across the Windward Passage to Haiti, she discovers a very different country, currently the poorest in the western world. She visits the Citadel, a mighty fortress built to deter the colonial powers of France, Spain and England.

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben heads to northern England and stays with host Paul in Lincolnshire onboard his 30-year-old converted military truck. He discovers why Paul traded living in a house for life on the road.

Bild från filmen Inside the Factory
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace visits the Denby factory in Derbyshire, which has been making pottery since 1809. Brits drink a staggering 195 million mugs of tea and coffee every day, so Gregg is following production of one of the factory's best sellers.

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

Jessie collects logs in anticipation of the coming winter. The Hailstones prepare themselves for the coming fish run. Ricko teaches his younger children to hunt and fish. Sue tests her mettle against the capricious, flooding tundra.

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

Sue goes adventuring for a bucket load of coal. The Hailstones sail back to Kiwalik with a string of new boats. Jessie chops down some trees to get him through the winter and Ricko lines out some fishing nets.

Wild New Zealand

The most extreme and wild parts of New Zealand are in the South Island, which lie towards Antarctica, in the path of the tempestuous `roaring forties'. This is home to some of the most rapidly rising mountains in the world, the Southern Alps. From hyper-intelligent parrots, to sinister snails with teeth and magical constellations of glow-worms, this is the story of New Zealand's wildest places and its most resilient pioneers, all of who must embrace radical solutions to survive.

Bild från filmen The Green Planet
The Green Planet

Between the tropics and the frozen poles lies a region dominated by relentless change in the form of the four seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter. Each one presents plants with huge challenges, from ice and snow to raging fires, from intense competition to surprising enemies. This is a world of astonishing variety and vibrant colour. To survive here plants must use strategy, deception and remarkable feats of engineering. Most importantly, they must get their timing right.

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben heads to northern England and stays with host Paul in Lincolnshire onboard his 30-year-old converted military truck. He discovers why Paul traded living in a house for life on the road.

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

Alaskans must seize the last days of warmth to hunt and fish along the water's edge.

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

Beginning in the coastal city of Colombo, the train soon leaves the bustling metropolis far behind as it heads high into the heart of Sri Lanka, to one of the most spectacular viaducts in the world - the Nine Arch Bridge.

Deadly Disasters

An intense area of low pressure that forms over warm tropical waters, tropical cyclones are responsible for some of the most catastrophic extreme weather events. Their deadly winds and torrential rain wreak destruction on an unprecedented scale.

Wild New Zealand

The most extreme and wild parts of New Zealand are in the South Island, which lie towards Antarctica, in the path of the tempestuous `roaring forties'. This is home to some of the most rapidly rising mountains in the world, the Southern Alps. From hyper-intelligent parrots, to sinister snails with teeth and magical constellations of glow-worms, this is the story of New Zealand's wildest places and its most resilient pioneers, all of who must embrace radical solutions to survive.

Bild från filmen The Green Planet
The Green Planet

Between the tropics and the frozen poles lies a region dominated by relentless change in the form of the four seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter. Each one presents plants with huge challenges, from ice and snow to raging fires, from intense competition to surprising enemies. This is a world of astonishing variety and vibrant colour. To survive here plants must use strategy, deception and remarkable feats of engineering. Most importantly, they must get their timing right.

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben heads to northern England and stays with host Paul in Lincolnshire onboard his 30-year-old converted military truck. He discovers why Paul traded living in a house for life on the road.

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

Alaskans must seize the last days of warmth to hunt and fish along the water's edge.

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

Beginning in the coastal city of Colombo, the train soon leaves the bustling metropolis far behind as it heads high into the heart of Sri Lanka, to one of the most spectacular viaducts in the world - the Nine Arch Bridge.