The vast open wildernesses of African savannah, Asian steppe, Arctic tundra and North American prairie are the great plains of the planet. Together they cover more than a quarter of the land on Earth and one living thing is at their heart - grass. This humble plant feeds the greatest gatherings of wildlife found anywhere on Earth. Narrated by David Attenborough.
Tonight, Professor Stewart sets sail on one of the fastest racing boats ever built as he explores the story of our turbulent relationship with the wind. Travelling to iconic locations including the Sahara desert, the coast of West Africa and the South Pacific, he details how people have exploited the power of the wind through the ages.
Narrated by John Hurt and following in the footsteps of Planet Earth and Life, this epic eight part blockbuster is a breathtaking celebration of the amazing, complex, profound and sometimes challenging relationship between humankind and nature. Each week the series focuses on a particular habitat and reveals how its people have created astonishing solutions in the face of extreme adversity. In episode one, Arctic, the temperature is sixty degrees below zero. It is the harshest environment on Earth, yet four million people manage to survive in the Arctic. This film follows a year in the human freezer.
The engaging Scottish Professor, Iain Stewart, presents Part Two of his impressive series about how the natural forces of the planet have shaped human civilisation. Tonight, the good professor's focus is on the magic of water and mankind's struggle to control it.
When astronauts peer down on planet Earth, the one environment they all notice are the deserts, which make up a staggering 30 per cent of the land's surface. From space they look empty and lifeless. A closer look reveals a very different picture. Narrated by David Attenborough.
How Earth Made Us is an epic five part series about how the natural forces of the planet have shaped human civilisation.
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An epic five part series about how the natural forces of the planet have shaped human civilisation. The traditional interpretation of history has focused largely on human factors, yet the natural environment has also shaped history since the dawn of time but how, and to what extent?
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This week, Planet Earth probes the mysterious, perpetual darkness to reveal the unknown, underground world of caves, caverns and tunnels. Narrated by David Attenborough.
With the appearance of mouths and mobility, evolution took off. Attenborough explores Canada's Rocky Mountains where 542 million years ago, animals increased in number, diversity and size as never before.
This week, Planet Earth follows the descent of rivers from their mountain sources to the sea and showcases the unique and dramatic wildlife found within its unexplored waters. Narrated by David Attenborough.
In 50 years of broadcasting, Sir David Attenborough has travelled the globe to document the living world in all its wonder. Now, in the landmark series First Life, he completes his journey by going back in time to the very roots of the tree of life, in search of the very first animals.
This week, Planet Earth takes a tour of the mightiest mountain ranges on the planet, beginning with the birth of a mountain at one of the lowest places on Earth and ending on the summit of Everest. Narrated by David Attenborough.
Whether we like it or not we are heading towards a profound change. The climate, population growth, species extinction, resource consumption and such are just running wild. More and more people are becoming aware about these challenges and are engaging in different plans and initiatives in order to change the world before it's too late. This program introduces some of the people at the forefront these initiatives.
Planet Earth is a celebration of our planet, the likes of which has never been seen before. A stunning television experience that combines rare action, unimaginable scale, impossible locations and intimate moments with our planet's best-loved, wildest and most elusive creatures. Narrated by David Attenborough.
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