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BBC Earth

måndag den 6 februari

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

Bild från filmen The Ganges with Sue Perkins
The Ganges with Sue Perkins

The Gangetic Plain is where the ancient and modern collide. From the sacred city of Varanasi to Patna, a city fast becoming India's Silicon Valley. It's here also that the Ganges faces its greatest threats from dams, pollution, industry and agriculture.

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Deadly 60

A look back at some of the best moments from the series. Steve races a cheetah, rescues a king cobra and shares some of those rare times when things go wrong.

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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.

Blue Planet II: The Making Of

An exploration of how the crew behind the Blue Planet II series manage to capture their spectacular footage.

Bild från filmen Big Animal Surgery
Big Animal Surgery

Liz Bonnin travels to a sanctuary in South Africa, to witness an extraordinary operation inside the jaws of Ricci, a nine-year-old rescued lion. Ricci has problems with his teeth so severe that they are preventing him from feeding.

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

Sue clears her runway of snow. Denise learns to dogsled. Jessie snares rabbits. Ricko teaches his son Skyler to hunt.

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

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

Bild från filmen Inside the Factory
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Stoke on Trent, at an enormous cherry bakewell factory where they produce 250,000 little tarts every day. He follows the production of cherry bakewells, from the arrival of 27 tonnes of flour right through to dispatch. Along the way he learns what makes a shortcrust pastry `short' and discovers the simple way they ensure every cherry is precisely placed.

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

Beginning with a coast-to-coast journey through the Australian outback. Onboard the iconic Indian Pacific, cameras focus on the spectacular Blue Mountains. There's also a look at one of the oldest steam railways in Australia, the Zig Zag Railway.

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.

Bild från filmen Big Animal Surgery
Big Animal Surgery

Liz Bonnin travels to a sanctuary in South Africa, to witness an extraordinary operation inside the jaws of Ricci, a nine-year-old rescued lion. Ricci has problems with his teeth so severe that they are preventing him from feeding.

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

Sue clears her runway of snow. Denise learns to dogsled. Jessie snares rabbits. Ricko teaches his son Skyler to hunt.

Bild från filmen Inside the Factory
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Stoke on Trent, at an enormous cherry bakewell factory where they produce 250,000 little tarts every day. He follows the production of cherry bakewells, from the arrival of 27 tonnes of flour right through to dispatch. Along the way he learns what makes a shortcrust pastry `short' and discovers the simple way they ensure every cherry is precisely placed.

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

Beginning with a coast-to-coast journey through the Australian outback. Onboard the iconic Indian Pacific, cameras focus on the spectacular Blue Mountains. There's also a look at one of the oldest steam railways in Australia, the Zig Zag Railway.

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.

Bild från filmen Big Animal Surgery
Big Animal Surgery

Liz Bonnin travels to a sanctuary in South Africa, to witness an extraordinary operation inside the jaws of Ricci, a nine-year-old rescued lion. Ricci has problems with his teeth so severe that they are preventing him from feeding.

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

Sue goes ptarmigan hunting, Andy and Denise take on a jumble block of ice, and Jessie races in the Iditarod.

Bild från filmen Inside the Factory
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in South Shields at a clothing factory where they produce 650 waxed jackets a day. He follows the production of water-resistant jackets from the arrival of 500 metre long rolls of undyed cotton through to dispatch. Along the way he sees the fabric dipped into baths of wax heated to 95 degrees Celsius and learns how a 23 piece pattern is used to create a complex 3D jacket jigsaw.

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

Exploring the remarkable railway line that reaches the far north tip of mainland Britain. The Far North Line travels from Inverness in the Highlands of Scotland to Wick in Caithness county, with a daily ScotRail service.

Bild från filmen 54 Days
54 Days

When Covid-19 first arrived on American soil, US federal health authorities were seemingly unaware of how transmissible the virus truly was. This chilling account chronicles 54 days in which the United States made crucial decisions.

Science's Greatest Mysteries

A dagger entombed alongside the mummy of Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun was made with iron that came from a meteorite, researchers say.

Tutankhamun: Life, Death and Legacy

Picking up the story in 1323BC, the pharaoh sustains the injury that would eventually kill him. On a scan of Tutankhamun's skeleton, Dan sees a break to his thigh bone which could have been a battle injury. John visits Howard Carter's house and probes the 1920s craze of `Tutmania', when the Western world went crazy for all things Egyptian.

Bild från filmen Art of Scandinavia
Art of Scandinavia

Denmark emerges from modest beginnings to become one of the greatest powers and arbiters of taste in northern Europe, a story of incredible transformation befitting the homeland of the greatest fairytale spinner of them all, Hans Christian Anderson, creator of `The Ugly Duckling' and `The Emperor's New Clothes'.

The Truth About...

During months of having to stay at home, millions of us have swapped the gym for our living room. The numbers doing home workouts has doubled in a year. But exactly what kind of exercise should we be doing, how much of it, and how often? Journalist and blogger Mehreen Baig used to hit the gym four times per week, but now her fitness regime has gone entirely DIY. She wants to use the latest science to make sure she is getting maximum return for her effort.

Chris Packham: 7.7 Billion People and Counting

According to the UN, it's predicted that the human population could reach 10 billion people by the year 2050. For broadcaster and naturalist Chris Packham, who's dedicated his life to championing the natural world, the subject of our growing population and the impact it's having on our planet is one of the most vital, and often overlooked, topics of discussion in an era of increasing environmental awareness.

Science's Greatest Mysteries

A dagger entombed alongside the mummy of Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun was made with iron that came from a meteorite, researchers say.

Tutankhamun: Life, Death and Legacy

Picking up the story in 1323BC, the pharaoh sustains the injury that would eventually kill him. On a scan of Tutankhamun's skeleton, Dan sees a break to his thigh bone which could have been a battle injury. John visits Howard Carter's house and probes the 1920s craze of `Tutmania', when the Western world went crazy for all things Egyptian.

Bild från filmen Art of Scandinavia
Art of Scandinavia

Denmark emerges from modest beginnings to become one of the greatest powers and arbiters of taste in northern Europe, a story of incredible transformation befitting the homeland of the greatest fairytale spinner of them all, Hans Christian Anderson, creator of `The Ugly Duckling' and `The Emperor's New Clothes'.

The Truth About...

During months of having to stay at home, millions of us have swapped the gym for our living room. The numbers doing home workouts has doubled in a year. But exactly what kind of exercise should we be doing, how much of it, and how often? Journalist and blogger Mehreen Baig used to hit the gym four times per week, but now her fitness regime has gone entirely DIY. She wants to use the latest science to make sure she is getting maximum return for her effort.

Chris Packham: 7.7 Billion People and Counting

According to the UN, it's predicted that the human population could reach 10 billion people by the year 2050. For broadcaster and naturalist Chris Packham, who's dedicated his life to championing the natural world, the subject of our growing population and the impact it's having on our planet is one of the most vital, and often overlooked, topics of discussion in an era of increasing environmental awareness.