Join filmmaker and naturalist Sir David Attenborough, as he reveals the top ten "chosen" creatures that he'd most like to save from extinction. Although these animals are not very popular, they are special in their own way.
Witness some of the world's greatest wildlife phenomena and natural wonders through the eyes of birds in this natural history series. Amazing sights from five continents will be revealed in a whole new light as the journeys of snow geese, cranes, falcons, albatross, eagles and other birds are documented using new, cutting-edge filming techniques and state-of-the-art spycams.
Swallowing entire regions and crippling the bravest adventurers with fear, floods are put to the test. From the shock and awe of flash floods, to the fearsome power of storm surges, as well as the vast destruction of tsunamis.
Tornadoes and hurricanes may hit closer to home as opposed to other natural disasters in recent years, as the U.S. Midwest has been ravaged by twisters while the Gulf Coast has experienced the most destructive and costly hurricanes in U.S. history. To test the effect of wind on humans, host Ben Fogle visits a specialised climate chamber to recreate the effect of wind at up to 120 mph.
Gordon Buchanan and the team return to Svalbard on the trail of Lyra and her family. Using satellite technology, they follow her journey of survival.
Penguins raise their young against the most extraordinary odds. This series uses 50 spycams to follow three very different, yet equally charismatic birds to show what it's really like to be a penguin.
Scientific evidence places humans on the apes' family tree - which explains why some of their behaviours are uncomfortably familiar!
Colin Stafford-Johnson presents this special documentary about the world's most famous tiger, Machli, who is the star of several films and the mother to a dynasty of great tigers.
This new series takes weather storms to a spectacular new level. Using state of the art technology and science, we witness the blow-by-blow damage of orchestrated natural disasters. This first episode looks at how avalanches can engulf entire towns and cripple major cities.
With its incredible sea life, wild cyclonic weather and dense population, Queensland's coastline is the perfect example of the pleasures and dangers of man trying to coexist with nature.
In the first episode of this series, Gordon Buchanan and his team head to Svalbard in the Arctic Ocean to study polar bears. Before long, they stumble across a polar bear birth den.
Just off the coast of Scotland, the Hebrides are made up of more than 500 islands with thousands of wild species.
Penguins rise their young against the most extraordinary odds. This series uses 50 spycams to follow three very different, yet equally charismatic birds to show what it's really like to be a penguin.
Sumatra is home to the only remaining island tigers in the world. Shorter and more secretive than their mainland cousins, they've never even been filmed in the wild and there are possibly only 500 left.
David Tennant narrates this three part documentary series which uses 50 spycams to follow three very different, yet equally charismatic birds to show what it's really like to be a penguin raising their young.
This week we discover how all life on Sri Lanka centres on one precious resource: water. Unusually, two different monsoons visit the island each year, drenching the windswept coastal plains with weeks of torrential rain. For the rest of the year, the animals of the plains must endure months of drought.
The beautiful and unforgiving Kimberley coast has never been tamed, remaining a vast wilderness of rugged escarpments and gorges which has stood unchanged for thousands of years.
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