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BBC Earth

tisdag den 11 maj

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

Frozen Planet: The Making Of

Veteran Canadian cameraman Jeff Turner attempted to film Bison Wolves 15 years ago but couldn't keep up with the wolves on the ground. This time he's back with an aerial team, cameraman Mike Kelem and director Chadden Hunter

The World's Deadliest Weather

Devastating mudflows flatten the Californian coastal community of Montecito, a sudden flash flood sweeps up an inexperienced kayaker in South Africa, and a tornado ambushes a student taking forty winks in his car

Bild från filmen Trust Me, I'm a Doctor
Trust Me, I'm a Doctor

Michael Mosley finds out whether a glass of wine can protect blood vessels from the harmful effects of junk food. Giles Yeo sets out to test home breathalyser kits, and uncovers a potentially dangerous weakness in the drink-drive laws in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Zoe Williams finds out what people can do to improve their health if they are living with cancer

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

After a certain fateful day changed their lives forever, Amber and Amy packed their family onto a converted school bus to tour the rugged coastlines and dramatic mountain ranges of New Zealand's North Island and have covered 10,000km in a year

Bild från filmen Deadly Dinosaurs with Steve Backshall
Deadly Dinosaurs with Steve Backshall

Steve Backshall is on the hunt for the most deadly animals to have ever walked the earth: dinosaurs. Steve goes on a mission to uncover what was deadlier than the dinosaurs, from massive monsoons and super-sized sandstorms to ballistic bacteria and gory gas. In an epic finale, Steve ends with a bang as he recreates the dinosaur-killing asteroid impact in an experiment

Bild från filmen Trust Me, I'm a Doctor
Trust Me, I'm a Doctor

Michael Mosley finds out whether a glass of wine can protect blood vessels from the harmful effects of junk food. Giles Yeo sets out to test home breathalyser kits, and uncovers a potentially dangerous weakness in the drink-drive laws in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Zoe Williams finds out what people can do to improve their health if they are living with cancer

How Did They Build That?

We visit Singapore to reveal the engineering secrets of the world's largest glasshouse roof and its forest of tropical trees. And in scorching hot Las Vegas we learn what happens when a man has a dream to build a hospital that makes a big impression

Deadly Disasters

A look at the impact of wildfires and the deadly infernos they cause. Wildfires show no signs of stopping and their inexorability on this planet is truly terrifying

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Coast

Neil Oliver and the team journey around the British Isles as they investigate just what it means to be an island people

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

After a certain fateful day changed their lives forever, Amber and Amy packed their family onto a converted school bus to tour the rugged coastlines and dramatic mountain ranges of New Zealand's North Island and have covered 10,000km in a year

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Life Below Zero

As the weather changes across the Arctic, Alaska's inhabitants cope with severe conditions while searching for essential resources

Deadly Disasters

A look at the impact of wildfires and the deadly infernos they cause. Wildfires show no signs of stopping and their inexorability on this planet is truly terrifying

Bild från filmen Trust Me, I'm a Doctor
Trust Me, I'm a Doctor

Michael Mosley finds out whether a glass of wine can protect blood vessels from the harmful effects of junk food. Giles Yeo sets out to test home breathalyser kits, and uncovers a potentially dangerous weakness in the drink-drive laws in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Zoe Williams finds out what people can do to improve their health if they are living with cancer

How Did They Build That?

We visit Singapore to reveal the engineering secrets of the world's largest glasshouse roof and its forest of tropical trees. And in scorching hot Las Vegas we learn what happens when a man has a dream to build a hospital that makes a big impression

Bild från filmen Coast
Coast

Neil Oliver and the team journey around the British Isles as they investigate just what it means to be an island people

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

After a certain fateful day changed their lives forever, Amber and Amy packed their family onto a converted school bus to tour the rugged coastlines and dramatic mountain ranges of New Zealand's North Island and have covered 10,000km in a year

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

As the weather changes across the Arctic, Alaska's inhabitants cope with severe conditions while searching for essential resources

Deadly Disasters

A look at the impact of wildfires and the deadly infernos they cause. Wildfires show no signs of stopping and their inexorability on this planet is truly terrifying

Bild från filmen Coast
Coast

Neil Oliver and the team journey around the British Isles as they investigate just what it means to be an island people

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

After a certain fateful day changed their lives forever, Amber and Amy packed their family onto a converted school bus to tour the rugged coastlines and dramatic mountain ranges of New Zealand's North Island and have covered 10,000km in a year

Fatal Forecast

Tornadoes are among the most powerful forces on earth. With swirling winds of more than 300 miles per hour, and the strength to destroy nearly everything in their path, they account for an average of 60 deaths every year

54 Days

A year ago, Beijing stunned the world when it locked down Wuhan, a city of 11 million people. For weeks, Chinese officials had maintained that the outbreak was under control, just a few dozen cases linked to a live animal market

Bild från filmen Inside the Factory
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace visits the biggest cider factory in the world, which produces more than 350 million litres each year. The scale of production blows his mind, as at each turn he's confronted with huge machinery and incredible processes. Meanwhile, Cherry Healey explores how the factory is creating new orchards of a sweet apple variety called Scrumptious, and historian Ruth Goodman traces a Victorian apple-breeding boom

10 Things You Need to Know About Sleep

Revealing the science behind why so many people find it difficult to nod off, and offering practical tips on the best ways to get a good night's sleep. In a series of experiments, presenter Kate Silverton sets out to help those insomniacs desperate to get some shut-eye, help travellers beat jet lag, and see if there is anything that can be done to stop loud and persistent snorers

Deadly Disasters

A look at the impact of wildfires and the deadly infernos they cause. Wildfires show no signs of stopping and their inexorability on this planet is truly terrifying

Bild från filmen Trust Me, I'm a Doctor
Trust Me, I'm a Doctor

Michael Mosley finds out whether a glass of wine can protect blood vessels from the harmful effects of junk food. Giles Yeo sets out to test home breathalyser kits, and uncovers a potentially dangerous weakness in the drink-drive laws in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Zoe Williams finds out what people can do to improve their health if they are living with cancer

How Did They Build That?

We visit Singapore to reveal the engineering secrets of the world's largest glasshouse roof and its forest of tropical trees. And in scorching hot Las Vegas we learn what happens when a man has a dream to build a hospital that makes a big impression

Deadly Disasters

A look at the impact of wildfires and the deadly infernos they cause. Wildfires show no signs of stopping and their inexorability on this planet is truly terrifying

Bild från filmen Coast
Coast

Neil Oliver and the team journey around the British Isles as they investigate just what it means to be an island people

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

After a certain fateful day changed their lives forever, Amber and Amy packed their family onto a converted school bus to tour the rugged coastlines and dramatic mountain ranges of New Zealand's North Island and have covered 10,000km in a year