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Bild från filmen David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

Some animals appear to have stretched their natural gifts to the limits. Sir David Attenborough looks at the giraffe, who must reach the tallest branches to find food, and the chameleon, who must use their camouflage to hide from predators. Some animals appear to have stretched their natural gifts to the limits. Sir David Attenborough looks at the giraffe, who must reach the tallest branches to find food, and the chameleon, who must use their camouflage to hide from predators

Bild från filmen Inside the Factory
Inside the Factory

In Wigan, Gregg Wallace visits an enormous soup factory, which produces two million tins a day. He follows the production of vegetable soup, from a pea harvest in Yorkshire right through to the finished soup going into cans and being dispatched. In Wigan, Gregg Wallace visits an enormous soup factory, which produces two million tins a day. He follows the production of vegetable soup, from a pea harvest in Yorkshire right through to the finished soup going into cans and being dispatched

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

Steve is going large, as he focuses on the biggest animals to have ever walked the earth. In his dino-den, he starts by meeting the Argentiosaurus, an animal so large that even its poo was deadly. But if you thought that, that was the biggest dinosaur ever, then think again. Steve is going large, as he focuses on the biggest animals to have ever walked the earth. In his dino-den, he starts by meeting the Argentiosaurus, an animal so large that even its poo was deadly. But if you thought that, that was the biggest dinosaur ever, then think again

Bild från filmen Vikings
Vikings

Neil Oliver heads out from the Scandinavian homelands to Russia, Turkey and Ireland to trace the beginnings of a vast trading empire that handled Chinese silks as adeptly as Pictish slaves. Neil discovers a world of `starry-eyed maidens' and Buddhist statues that are a world away from our British experience of axe-wielding warriors, although it turns out that there were quite a few of those as well. Neil Oliver heads out from the Scandinavian homelands to Russia, Turkey and Ireland to trace the beginnings of a vast trading empire that handled Chinese silks as adeptly as Pictish slaves. Neil discovers a world of `starry-eyed maidens' and Buddhist statues that are a world away from our British experience of axe-wielding warriors, although it turns out that there were quite a few of those as well

The World's Deadliest Weather

A bomb cyclone detonates across northeast America, snaring an elderly Michigan couple in a mass freeway pile-up. A hiker loses her nerve high on Ben Nevis, and a massive avalanche swallows up a French professional skier. A bomb cyclone detonates across northeast America, snaring an elderly Michigan couple in a mass freeway pile-up. A hiker loses her nerve high on Ben Nevis, and a massive avalanche swallows up a French professional skier

Bild från filmen Earth's Natural Wonders
Earth's Natural Wonders

A fisherman and his brothers make a deadly journey to the edge of Victoria Falls. In Europe's secret water world of the Camargue, a young man duels with a savage bull. A fisherman and his brothers make a deadly journey to the edge of Victoria Falls. In Europe's secret water world of the Camargue, a young man duels with a savage bull

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Former festival director Karen has set up an artists' retreat in the heart of the Sahara. The impressive project required she learn centuries-old techniques - and the art of patience. Former festival director Karen has set up an artists' retreat in the heart of the Sahara. The impressive project required she learn centuries-old techniques - and the art of patience

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

The entire Hailstone family goes caribou hunting in Noorvik, hoping to find enough meat for the winter. Meanwhile in Kavik, a bear threatens Sue's clients. The entire Hailstone family goes caribou hunting in Noorvik, hoping to find enough meat for the winter. Meanwhile in Kavik, a bear threatens Sue's clients

The World's Deadliest Weather

A bomb cyclone detonates across northeast America, snaring an elderly Michigan couple in a mass freeway pile-up. A hiker loses her nerve high on Ben Nevis, and a massive avalanche swallows up a French professional skier. A bomb cyclone detonates across northeast America, snaring an elderly Michigan couple in a mass freeway pile-up. A hiker loses her nerve high on Ben Nevis, and a massive avalanche swallows up a French professional skier

Bild från filmen Inside the Factory
Inside the Factory

In Wigan, Gregg Wallace visits an enormous soup factory, which produces two million tins a day. He follows the production of vegetable soup, from a pea harvest in Yorkshire right through to the finished soup going into cans and being dispatched. In Wigan, Gregg Wallace visits an enormous soup factory, which produces two million tins a day. He follows the production of vegetable soup, from a pea harvest in Yorkshire right through to the finished soup going into cans and being dispatched

Bild från filmen Vikings
Vikings

Neil Oliver heads out from the Scandinavian homelands to Russia, Turkey and Ireland to trace the beginnings of a vast trading empire that handled Chinese silks as adeptly as Pictish slaves. Neil discovers a world of `starry-eyed maidens' and Buddhist statues that are a world away from our British experience of axe-wielding warriors, although it turns out that there were quite a few of those as well. Neil Oliver heads out from the Scandinavian homelands to Russia, Turkey and Ireland to trace the beginnings of a vast trading empire that handled Chinese silks as adeptly as Pictish slaves. Neil discovers a world of `starry-eyed maidens' and Buddhist statues that are a world away from our British experience of axe-wielding warriors, although it turns out that there were quite a few of those as well

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. 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

Bild från filmen Earth's Natural Wonders
Earth's Natural Wonders

A fisherman and his brothers make a deadly journey to the edge of Victoria Falls. In Europe's secret water world of the Camargue, a young man duels with a savage bull. A fisherman and his brothers make a deadly journey to the edge of Victoria Falls. In Europe's secret water world of the Camargue, a young man duels with a savage bull

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Former festival director Karen has set up an artists' retreat in the heart of the Sahara. The impressive project required she learn centuries-old techniques - and the art of patience. Former festival director Karen has set up an artists' retreat in the heart of the Sahara. The impressive project required she learn centuries-old techniques - and the art of patience

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

The entire Hailstone family goes caribou hunting in Noorvik, hoping to find enough meat for the winter. Meanwhile in Kavik, a bear threatens Sue's clients. The entire Hailstone family goes caribou hunting in Noorvik, hoping to find enough meat for the winter. Meanwhile in Kavik, a bear threatens Sue's clients

The World's Deadliest Weather

A bomb cyclone detonates across northeast America, snaring an elderly Michigan couple in a mass freeway pile-up. A hiker loses her nerve high on Ben Nevis, and a massive avalanche swallows up a French professional skier. A bomb cyclone detonates across northeast America, snaring an elderly Michigan couple in a mass freeway pile-up. A hiker loses her nerve high on Ben Nevis, and a massive avalanche swallows up a French professional skier

Bild från filmen Earth's Natural Wonders
Earth's Natural Wonders

A fisherman and his brothers make a deadly journey to the edge of Victoria Falls. In Europe's secret water world of the Camargue, a young man duels with a savage bull. A fisherman and his brothers make a deadly journey to the edge of Victoria Falls. In Europe's secret water world of the Camargue, a young man duels with a savage bull

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Former festival director Karen has set up an artists' retreat in the heart of the Sahara. The impressive project required she learn centuries-old techniques - and the art of patience. Former festival director Karen has set up an artists' retreat in the heart of the Sahara. The impressive project required she learn centuries-old techniques - and the art of patience

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. 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

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Former festival director Karen has set up an artists' retreat in the heart of the Sahara. The impressive project required she learn centuries-old techniques - and the art of patience. Former festival director Karen has set up an artists' retreat in the heart of the Sahara. The impressive project required she learn centuries-old techniques - and the art of patience

Climate Change: The Facts

Intimate stories get inside the lives of the people affected by climate change, and those fighting it. And world-leading experts reveal the developments that are redefining our horizons. Intimate stories get inside the lives of the people affected by climate change, and those fighting it. And world-leading experts reveal the developments that are redefining our horizons

Extinction: The Facts

With a million species at risk of extinction, Sir David Attenborough explores how this crisis of biodiversity has consequences for us all, threatening food and water security, undermining our ability to control our climate and even putting us at greater risk of pandemic diseases. Extinction is now happening up to 100 times faster than the natural evolutionary rate, but the issue is about more than the loss of individual species. With a million species at risk of extinction, Sir David Attenborough explores how this crisis of biodiversity has consequences for us all, threatening food and water security, undermining our ability to control our climate and even putting us at greater risk of pandemic diseases. Extinction is now happening up to 100 times faster than the natural evolutionary rate, but the issue is about more than the loss of individual species

Bild från filmen Frozen Planet
Frozen Planet

Revealing the extraordinary riches and wonders of the polar regions that have kept people visiting them for thousands of years. Today, their survival relies on a combination of ancient wisdom and cutting-edge science. Most Arctic people live in Siberia, either in cities like Norilsk - the coldest city on earth - or out on the tundra, where tribes like the Dogan survive by herding reindeer. Revealing the extraordinary riches and wonders of the polar regions that have kept people visiting them for thousands of years. Today, their survival relies on a combination of ancient wisdom and cutting-edge science. Most Arctic people live in Siberia, either in cities like Norilsk - the coldest city on earth - or out on the tundra, where tribes like the Dogan survive by herding reindeer

The World's Deadliest Weather

A bomb cyclone detonates across northeast America, snaring an elderly Michigan couple in a mass freeway pile-up. A hiker loses her nerve high on Ben Nevis, and a massive avalanche swallows up a French professional skier. A bomb cyclone detonates across northeast America, snaring an elderly Michigan couple in a mass freeway pile-up. A hiker loses her nerve high on Ben Nevis, and a massive avalanche swallows up a French professional skier

Bild från filmen Inside the Factory
Inside the Factory

In Wigan, Gregg Wallace visits an enormous soup factory, which produces two million tins a day. He follows the production of vegetable soup, from a pea harvest in Yorkshire right through to the finished soup going into cans and being dispatched. In Wigan, Gregg Wallace visits an enormous soup factory, which produces two million tins a day. He follows the production of vegetable soup, from a pea harvest in Yorkshire right through to the finished soup going into cans and being dispatched

Bild från filmen Vikings
Vikings

Neil Oliver heads out from the Scandinavian homelands to Russia, Turkey and Ireland to trace the beginnings of a vast trading empire that handled Chinese silks as adeptly as Pictish slaves. Neil discovers a world of `starry-eyed maidens' and Buddhist statues that are a world away from our British experience of axe-wielding warriors, although it turns out that there were quite a few of those as well. Neil Oliver heads out from the Scandinavian homelands to Russia, Turkey and Ireland to trace the beginnings of a vast trading empire that handled Chinese silks as adeptly as Pictish slaves. Neil discovers a world of `starry-eyed maidens' and Buddhist statues that are a world away from our British experience of axe-wielding warriors, although it turns out that there were quite a few of those as well

The World's Deadliest Weather

A bomb cyclone detonates across northeast America, snaring an elderly Michigan couple in a mass freeway pile-up. A hiker loses her nerve high on Ben Nevis, and a massive avalanche swallows up a French professional skier. A bomb cyclone detonates across northeast America, snaring an elderly Michigan couple in a mass freeway pile-up. A hiker loses her nerve high on Ben Nevis, and a massive avalanche swallows up a French professional skier

Bild från filmen Earth's Natural Wonders
Earth's Natural Wonders

A fisherman and his brothers make a deadly journey to the edge of Victoria Falls. In Europe's secret water world of the Camargue, a young man duels with a savage bull. A fisherman and his brothers make a deadly journey to the edge of Victoria Falls. In Europe's secret water world of the Camargue, a young man duels with a savage bull

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Former festival director Karen has set up an artists' retreat in the heart of the Sahara. The impressive project required she learn centuries-old techniques - and the art of patience. Former festival director Karen has set up an artists' retreat in the heart of the Sahara. The impressive project required she learn centuries-old techniques - and the art of patience