Computer animations reveal how earthquakes cause megatsunamis, as University College London's Bill McGuire explains why the giant tidal waves are so destructive.
A tsunami is one of nature's most deadly forces. Racing at hundreds of miles an hour across the sea and surging to terrifying heights, these giant waves an engulf entire communities when they hit the shore.
Bruce Parry returns for another inspirational series of Tribe. In the first episode Bruce takes a long trip to the vast Vale do Javari Indigenous Park, an area of 32,000 sq miles in the far west of Brazil, to live and breathe amongst the Matis.
Oil makes the modern world go round. We used it to drive, fly and manufacture our way into the 21st century. But what would happen if our world that so depends on oil suddenly ran out?
Host Matt Young explores the only English-speaking country in South America, Guyana.
Martin Clunes sets off on a journey through hidden Britain, exploring some of the thousand or so islands around the coast of the UK. Tonight, Martin explores remote Scottish islands beginning his journey on Muckle Flugga, the most northerly outpost of the British isles. At one time, the tiny island had a tiny population - lighthouse men - who could sometimes be stranded for months...now, only the wildlife remains.
Describes how earthquakes work, using expert testimony and compelling graphics to show how they go on to cause such widespread death and destruction.
Zay Harding's trek through Austria takes him on a journey from the beautiful architecture and countryside of Salzburg to the vast and spectacular mountain peaks of the Alps.
View the magnificent Great Barrier Reef through the eyes of diver Sally Gregory and marine biologist Ove Hoegh-Guldberg. Their first hand knowledge and experience introduces us to a magical underwater world few people get to see.
The team reunites to take on the most treacherous challenge: climbing one of the world's most active volcanoes and searching for evidence of new species of life on Earth. The volcano Erta Ale recently featured in the film Clash of the Titans starring Sam Worthington.
The two-part observational documentary, Inside the Bombay Railway looks at the incredible organisation that is the Bombay Railway. It provides stories of the people who keep the trains running 24 hours a day, those who survive because of it - and those who die on it.
This program looks at some of the world's deadliest earthquakes, ranging from Peru to Nicaragua and from Guatemala to India.
Over 20 years ago this active volcano - thought to be dormant - shocked America when it exploded. When will it blow again?
Zay Harding takes us through the fascinating and crowded country of Vietnam on a motorbike.
Five expert adventurers are sent in to the hottest place on Earth, the volcanic Danakil region of Africa, where temperatures can reach 60*C. Yet somehow people live here: the Afar, a legendary warrior tribe, who rely on their camels and goats for survival.
Zay Harding starts in the Baliem Valley, Papua province, and treks to visit a Dani village. The Dani are among the last of the 'stone age' people. From there Zay heads south to the home of the Korowai or Treehouse People.
Wonder at the spectacular environment of the Kimberley region and those who live there. From the magnificent beehive formations of The Bungle Bungles, to the mighty Fitzroy River, Western Australia's Kimberley region has it all.
In The Hottest Place on Earth five expert adventurers are sent in to the actual hottest place on Earth, the volcanic Danakil region of Africa, where temperatures can reach 60 degrees C. Somehow people live here: the Afar, a legendary warrior tribe, who rely on their camels and goats for survival.
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