The Caribbean is the embodiment of paradise; crystal blue waters, spectacular coral reefs and magical tropical forests. Yet behind its beauty lie many dark secrets. The four-part series Wild Caribbean reveals what really lies behind this mysterious Eden.
Monstrous murderer or merely misunderstood? Filmed over two years, this program seeks to unravel the secret and seemingly scandalous world of this infamous bird. This is one of those rare occasions where reality is more amazing than folklore. The cuckoo has intrigued and inspired people for thousands of years, with Greek philosophers, poets and Shakespeare writing about these birds and their dubious reputation. But what separates the facts from the fiction?
It happened more than a decade ago: an ice storm brought the Canadian city of Montreal to its knees. Scientists now believe there is far worse to come.
It's High Noon in the outback town of Wudinna. Under siege from the worst drought in Australian history, local farms are dropping like flies and many locals are fleeing to the big cities. But Wudinna has a lone hero. Third generation farmer and local mayor Tim Scholz has a series of radical plans to repopulate and save his home town from extinction.
In the north-western corner of the Serengeti, a lioness retreats to rocky outcrops known as kopjes to suckle her cubs in safety, while two male lions win control of her pride. These new pride masters will seek and kill any cubs which they have not sired, putting our lioness in an impossible position. She must leave her cubs to hunt, or she must stay to protect them and go without food.
On the final of his fascinating journeys through the rivers of Great Britain comedian and actor Griff Rhys Jones explores East Anglia, where he sees the extraordinary contrast between the man-made ditches of the Fens, the Swallows and Amazon country of the Broads and the picturesque windy river Stour which finally leads him home.
In his fascinating journey through the river network of Great Britain comedian and actor Griff Rhys Jones explores the relationship between cities and water. Instead of working his way up the Thames, he heads off for another river that has been vital in London's history - the Lea.
Tells the story of the great Lisbon earthquake of 1755. This quake was the first great natural disaster to strike the heart of a large European city.
Volcano Hunt is a scientific and discovery adventure in which a team of experts set off to find a mysterious underwater volcano hiding in the depths of the Mediterranean Sea, just off Sicily's southern coastline.
The last leg of the trip begins with a safari in Botswana, and Ewan and Charley come face to face with some extraordinary animals. From there, they cross into Namibia but it doesn't take long for the guys to run into trouble as they enter South Africa.
While in Malawi, Ewan and Charley spend a lot of time learning about the community from visiting shops and meeting villagers. They also take some time to fix up the bikes and Ewan says goodbye to his wife as they head to Botswana.
A coffee house chat leads to an incredible opportunity after Ewan and Charley meet Rwanda's Minister of Tourism. She invites them to her brother's wedding where they meet the president of Rwanda. The president requests a visit the next day, and the boys go on a frantic search for proper suits, leading to some questionable design choices. With mixed emotions, the team meets President Kagame, who shares his story as a Rwandan refugee in Uganda, and his efforts to help Rwanda restore itself after genocide.
The guys have a lot of trouble crossing a muddy river-bed in Kenya, but they ride on into Uganda and explore more of the local communities. While there Ewan and Charley take a trip to UNICEF in Northern Uganda to visit some children who had been abducted and forced into armies. Later they move on to Rwanda.
In the heart of Brazil, amidst the sublime setting of the Chapada Diamantina (a natural reserve in the state of Bahia), a diver stumbles upon a few strange bones at the bottom of a flooded cave. Driven by his curiosity, he consults with Castor Cartelle, a Brazilian palaeontologist who soon finds himself behind an international scientific expedition. With the help of two foreign paleontologists and a team of expert divers, Castor Cartelle and the team embark on an expedition to uncover a rare species of sloth - the ground dwelling Giant Sloth.
In Australia, the conflict between cities and biodiversity is intensifying. This documentary presents experts' views on how Australia's remarkable animals and plants are faring in their struggle against urban sprawl and how we can help them to survive.
In the final leg of Michael's journey into new Europe, he travels high in the Tatra mountains where he learns how to make Slovakian sausages. In the spa town of Karlovy Vary he has a mud bath with Miss World, followed by a pedalo ride in Prague. Entering the former East Germany in Dresden he gets a first-hand insight into life after Germany's unification before ending his trip on the Baltic island of Rugen.
Ewan and Charley are 31 days into their trip and encounter some roadblocks while trying to enter Ethiopia. Once in the country they see some of the devastation brought on by the war-torn nation. All the while, the long hours begin to take their toll on the guys as the terrain continues to make for a difficult ride.
Ewan, Charley and their team make it to Addis Ababa for their well-earned break. With morale at an all-time low, the boys do some soul searching to decide if their trip is worth continuing. They decide that it is - but in Kenya, Claudio's bike breaks down in bandit country. As hunger sets in, and terrified at the thought of another packet dinner, the team makes the difficult decision to slay a goat for supper.
This feature is only available for subscribers. Please contact your EnhanceTV administrator or email email@example.com