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BBC Earth

torsdag den 20 januari

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

Frozen Planet: The Making Of

Follow the crews behind the spectacular shots of a mother polar bear and her twins in the Arctic, and an orca hunt in the Antarctic.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

Repairs, hunting and errands are all on the to-do list as five Alaskans struggle to get through the everyday grind as the long, dark winter looms ahead.

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben joins a couple who gave up successful careers as journalists in Europe for a new life as grizzly bear guides in a remote mountain valley lodge in Canada.

Icons: The Greatest Person of the 20th Century

Sanjeev Bhaskar weighs up the 20th century's greatest activists, including Emmeline Pankhurst, Mahatma Gandhi, Helen Keller and Martin Luther King Jr. He assesses the qualities that made them great, and the groundbreaking ways in which each of them fought for their causes.

Bild från filmen Coast
Coast

Nick Crane journeys over the Atlantic to Nova Scotia in Canada. Attending a gathering of descendants from the MacNeil clan, Nick discovers how centuries-old traditions, now forgotten even in Scotland, have been kept alive in Nova Scotia.

Wild New Zealand

New Zealand was one of the last land-masses to be found and settled by people. Lush and fertile, almost everything brought here flourishes, often with surprising consequences. Told through the experiences of its native species - in particular, a charismatic and peculiar giant, flightless parrot - this is the moving story of the changing fortunes of New Zealand's wildlife, since humans first arrived.

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 Truth About...

Clinical psychologist Professor Tanya Byron teams up with former England footballer Alex Scott, who has suffered from depression, to discover how the latest science can help people gain greater control over their state of mind and improve mental health and wellbeing. Even in normal times, one in four people will experience mental health difficulties, but living through a global pandemic has put mental health under unprecedented strain.

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.

Wild New Zealand

New Zealand was one of the last land-masses to be found and settled by people. Lush and fertile, almost everything brought here flourishes, often with surprising consequences. Told through the experiences of its native species - in particular, a charismatic and peculiar giant, flightless parrot - this is the moving story of the changing fortunes of New Zealand's wildlife, since humans first arrived.

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 Truth About...

Clinical psychologist Professor Tanya Byron teams up with former England footballer Alex Scott, who has suffered from depression, to discover how the latest science can help people gain greater control over their state of mind and improve mental health and wellbeing. Even in normal times, one in four people will experience mental health difficulties, but living through a global pandemic has put mental health under unprecedented strain.

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.

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.

Wild New Zealand

New Zealand was one of the last land-masses to be found and settled by people. Lush and fertile, almost everything brought here flourishes, often with surprising consequences. Told through the experiences of its native species - in particular, a charismatic and peculiar giant, flightless parrot - this is the moving story of the changing fortunes of New Zealand's wildlife, since humans first arrived.

Frozen Planet: The Making Of

Filming the spectacular return of the Emperor penguins to Antarctica was a key event for the team, but it required operating in the most dangerous of all polar environments: the edge of the sea ice.

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.