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BBC Earth

fredag den 21 januari

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

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

Steve Leonard and his team of vets investigate the best way to help your pet lose weight, and witness a pioneering operation to improve the life of a paralysed dachshund. Also they decode the secret language of guinea pigs.

Bild från filmen Coast
Coast

The team explore Britain's coast in winter. Nick Crane visits Cornwall, the storm central of Britain's coastline, and Neil Oliver attends Shetland's Viking Fire Festival. Every January the islands throw one of the greatest outdoor parties in Europe, when massed ranks of Viking warriors parade, braving wild weather to carry flaming torches through streets thronging with visitors from around the world.

Frozen Planet: The Making Of

To capture footage of the volcano's molten heart, the aerial team must deal with ferocious winds and clouds of volcanic gas: this is aerial filming at its most extreme. Meanwhile, the cave team is dropped close to the summit.

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

In the dead of winter, Alaskans travel into the mountains, and across frozen rivers and tundra, to obtain resources for survival. Glenn pursues caribou in the Brooks Range mountains.

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben meets Micky and Trina Cofer, who along with their four children, left behind the comforts of America to become missionaries in the freezing tundra of Outer Mongolia. In temperatures of below minus 20, Ben builds his own ger to sleep in, uses a freezing outhouse, attempts ice-fishing, joins a wolf-hunt and learns how to wrestle.

Icons

Lily Cole weighs up the 20th century's greatest artists and writers. She explores the lives of Pablo Picasso, Virginia Woolf, Alfred Hitchcock, and Andy Warhol, finding out what inspired their most celebrated works, and why they still resonate today.

Bild från filmen Coast
Coast

The team explore Britain's coast in winter. Nick Crane visits Cornwall, the storm central of Britain's coastline, and Neil Oliver attends Shetland's Viking Fire Festival. Every January the islands throw one of the greatest outdoor parties in Europe, when massed ranks of Viking warriors parade, braving wild weather to carry flaming torches through streets thronging with visitors from around the world.

Bild från filmen Inside the Factory
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in France, at an enormous croissant factory where they produce 336,000 of the flaky pastries every day. He follows the production of croissants from the arrival of 21 tonnes of butter right through to dispatch.

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

In the dead of winter, Alaskans travel into the mountains, and across frozen rivers and tundra, to obtain resources for survival. Glenn pursues caribou in the Brooks Range mountains.

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben meets Micky and Trina Cofer, who along with their four children, left behind the comforts of America to become missionaries in the freezing tundra of Outer Mongolia. In temperatures of below minus 20, Ben builds his own ger to sleep in, uses a freezing outhouse, attempts ice-fishing, joins a wolf-hunt and learns how to wrestle.

Icons

Lily Cole weighs up the 20th century's greatest artists and writers. She explores the lives of Pablo Picasso, Virginia Woolf, Alfred Hitchcock, and Andy Warhol, finding out what inspired their most celebrated works, and why they still resonate today.

Bild från filmen Coast
Coast

The team explore Britain's coast in winter. Nick Crane visits Cornwall, the storm central of Britain's coastline, and Neil Oliver attends Shetland's Viking Fire Festival. Every January the islands throw one of the greatest outdoor parties in Europe, when massed ranks of Viking warriors parade, braving wild weather to carry flaming torches through streets thronging with visitors from around the world.

Bild från filmen Inside the Factory
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace is in Leeds, at an enormous mattress factory where they produce 600 bouncy beds every day. He follows the production of pocket sprung mattresses from the arrival of hard steel right through to soft bedding heading out of dispatch.

Bild från filmen Life Below Zero
Life Below Zero

Alaskans trap and hunt for essential food and fur to survive the dark winter.

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben travels to a secret location in the Appalachian mountains of North Carolina, where forest dweller Tod Kershaw lives in a primitive skills community who have chosen not to live as members of modern society, but as opportunistic outsiders who scavenge other peoples' waste.

Icons

The live final of a series exploring the achievements of some of the greatest figures of the 20th century. The public can vote for who they believe should be called the greatest.

Bild från filmen Coast
Coast

Nick Crane follows a centuries-old tourist trail out of London and heads for Margate, via Southend-on-Sea. At Southend, he asks why Britain's longest pier was built here. As he makes his way to Margate, Nick discovers why this resort once literally saved lives and how it has reinvented itself for the modern tourist by relying on some old traditions.

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

Steve Leonard and his team of vets investigate the best way to de-stress cats and reveal why recycling bins are a danger to dogs. They also witness a groundbreaking operation to save the life of a horse suffering from extreme nerve pain.

The World's Deadliest Weather

A record-breaking twister rips through Alabama. In South Africa, a violent storm with near-hurricane winds breaks the mooring lines of super-tankers. In Maui, a young daredevil is caught in a flash flood and swept off a massive waterfall.

Bild från filmen Art of Scandinavia
Art of Scandinavia

Andrew looks at the extraordinary art to come out of the dark Norwegian soul, most famous for producing The Scream by Edvard Munch.

Einstein & Hawking: Masters of our Universe

A look into the British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking. Detailing his childhood, education, marriage, family life, and his work on the Big Bang and black holes.

Wonders of the Universe

Hindu philosophy is based on an eternal cycle of creation and destruction, where the physical elements of the body are recycled on to the next stage. Brian draws a parallel with the life cycle of the stars that led to the creation of humanity.

Cosmonauts: How Russia Won the Space Race

Looking at the pioneering work of Soviet cosmonauts during the Space Race, featuring rare archive footage and interviews.

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

Steve Leonard and his team of vets investigate the best way to de-stress cats and reveal why recycling bins are a danger to dogs. They also witness a groundbreaking operation to save the life of a horse suffering from extreme nerve pain.

The World's Deadliest Weather

A record-breaking twister rips through Alabama. In South Africa, a violent storm with near-hurricane winds breaks the mooring lines of super-tankers. In Maui, a young daredevil is caught in a flash flood and swept off a massive waterfall.

Bild från filmen Art of Scandinavia
Art of Scandinavia

Andrew looks at the extraordinary art to come out of the dark Norwegian soul, most famous for producing The Scream by Edvard Munch.

Einstein & Hawking: Masters of our Universe

A look into the British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking. Detailing his childhood, education, marriage, family life, and his work on the Big Bang and black holes.

Wonders of the Universe

Hindu philosophy is based on an eternal cycle of creation and destruction, where the physical elements of the body are recycled on to the next stage. Brian draws a parallel with the life cycle of the stars that led to the creation of humanity.