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BBC Earth

söndag den 9 maj

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

Planet Earth II Diaries

The grasslands team head to northeast India to capture intimate images of elusive creatures in the most dangerous national park on Earth, known as Kaziranga

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

Steve discovers just what it takes to be a terror from the skies. He straps himself into one of Britain's fastest wind tunnels where he goes head to head against Microraptor

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Trust Me, I'm a Doctor

Michael Mosley finds out how learning a new language can help stave off dementia, Giles Yeo tries to go vegan for a month to test if it makes him healthier, and Gabriel Weston asks whether one can get drunk on boozy food

Planet Earth II Diaries

The grasslands team head to northeast India to capture intimate images of elusive creatures in the most dangerous national park on Earth, known as Kaziranga

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Life Below Zero

Sue assesses the conditions of her new property at Chena River. Meanwhile, Ricko traps for beaver, while Jessie trains new puppies for the dog team

Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild

Ben revisits Julius Strauss and his wife Kristin in British Columbia. Their home is in the middle of a mountainous region that is home to grizzly bears, and on his first visit, Ben was shocked to discover the impact hunting had on the animals

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8 Days: To the Moon and Back

After just 22 hours spent on the Moon's surface, the crew of Apollo 11 begin the nail-biting journey home

Deadly Disasters

The world's leading disease researchers provide insights on the outbreaks of Swine Flu and Ebola in places as diverse as West Africa, Hong Kong and Germany

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Coast

Nick Crane travels to the north east coast, one of Britain's most hazardous with 780 shipwrecks along a 65-mile stretch. Mark Horton takes the helm of a roll-on roll-off ferry to explore how these beasts of the maritime highway cope with stormy seas

Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild

Ben revisits Julius Strauss and his wife Kristin in British Columbia. Their home is in the middle of a mountainous region that is home to grizzly bears, and on his first visit, Ben was shocked to discover the impact hunting had on the animals

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

Sue assesses the conditions of her new property at Chena River. Meanwhile, Ricko traps for beaver, while Jessie trains new puppies for the dog team

Deadly Disasters

The world's leading disease researchers provide insights on the outbreaks of Swine Flu and Ebola in places as diverse as West Africa, Hong Kong and Germany

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

Michael Mosley finds out how learning a new language can help stave off dementia, Giles Yeo tries to go vegan for a month to test if it makes him healthier, and Gabriel Weston asks whether one can get drunk on boozy food

Planet Earth II Diaries

While one person films the monkeys that live in the hustle and bustle of Jodhpur, Gordon Buchanan heads to Mumbai to film a leopard hunt in the heart of the city

Bild från filmen 8 Days: To the Moon and Back
8 Days: To the Moon and Back

After just 22 hours spent on the Moon's surface, the crew of Apollo 11 begin the nail-biting journey home

Blue Planet II: The Making Of

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

Bild från filmen Coast
Coast

Nick Crane travels to the north east coast, one of Britain's most hazardous with 780 shipwrecks along a 65-mile stretch. Mark Horton takes the helm of a roll-on roll-off ferry to explore how these beasts of the maritime highway cope with stormy seas

Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild

Ben revisits Julius Strauss and his wife Kristin in British Columbia. Their home is in the middle of a mountainous region that is home to grizzly bears, and on his first visit, Ben was shocked to discover the impact hunting had on the animals

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

Sue assesses the conditions of her new property at Chena River. Meanwhile, Ricko traps for beaver, while Jessie trains new puppies for the dog team

Deadly Disasters

The world's leading disease researchers provide insights on the outbreaks of Swine Flu and Ebola in places as diverse as West Africa, Hong Kong and Germany

Bild från filmen Coast
Coast

Nick Crane travels to the north east coast, one of Britain's most hazardous with 780 shipwrecks along a 65-mile stretch. Mark Horton takes the helm of a roll-on roll-off ferry to explore how these beasts of the maritime highway cope with stormy seas

Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild

Ben revisits Julius Strauss and his wife Kristin in British Columbia. Their home is in the middle of a mountainous region that is home to grizzly bears, and on his first visit, Ben was shocked to discover the impact hunting had on the animals

Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild

Adventurer Ben Fogle reunites with some of the people he met in previous series of `Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild'. These people had turned their backs on the rat-race and set up home in some of the most remote locations on Earth

Climate Change: The Facts

We're just two degrees away from a climate catastrophe. If the rate of global warming continues, we'll reach the threshold for permanent environmental damage within 40 years. But we have the power to prevent it

Bild från filmen Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World
Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World

Greta travels through North America on her way to a UN climate conference in Chile. To understand the impact of climate change, she stops at three key locations that reveal how the planet is changing

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

When bears, wolves and foxes are your only neighbours, life can be pretty lonely. Add minus-60-degree days and a constant battle for the most basic necessities, and you have the daily challenges of people who live in remote corners of Alaska. This series takes viewers deep into an Alaskan winter to meet tough, resilient residents as they try to stay one step ahead of storms and man-eating beasts to survive the season. When the closest neighbour is more than 300 miles away, these Alaskans subsist solely on what is hunted and foraged. They catch fish for currency in bartering for supplies, or use their packs of sled dogs for transportation. Also highlighted is a time of year not always part of what viewers see in Alaska: spring! Ice is breaking, animals are waking, and residents face new tests before deep cold returns

Deadly Disasters

The world's leading disease researchers provide insights on the outbreaks of Swine Flu and Ebola in places as diverse as West Africa, Hong Kong and Germany

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

Michael Mosley finds out how learning a new language can help stave off dementia, Giles Yeo tries to go vegan for a month to test if it makes him healthier, and Gabriel Weston asks whether one can get drunk on boozy food

Bild från filmen Art of Scandinavia
Art of Scandinavia

In the final instalment of Andrew Graham-Dixon's windswept journey through the art of the Norselands, we arrive in Sweden - home of IKEA and a tradition of brilliant furniture design stretching back to the early years of the 20th century. Sweden has made its modern democratic mission one of comfort and civilised living for the masses

Deadly Disasters

The world's leading disease researchers provide insights on the outbreaks of Swine Flu and Ebola in places as diverse as West Africa, Hong Kong and Germany

Bild från filmen Coast
Coast

Nick Crane travels to the north east coast, one of Britain's most hazardous with 780 shipwrecks along a 65-mile stretch. Mark Horton takes the helm of a roll-on roll-off ferry to explore how these beasts of the maritime highway cope with stormy seas

Ben Fogle: Return to the Wild

Ben revisits Julius Strauss and his wife Kristin in British Columbia. Their home is in the middle of a mountainous region that is home to grizzly bears, and on his first visit, Ben was shocked to discover the impact hunting had on the animals