Join us for an action packed ep full of fun. Kellyn goes Jet Packing, Duane tries acrobatics and Alex is learning The Haka.
Renowned survival expert Ray Mears visits two of the most iconic and contrasting landscapes of Australia, the swamps of the Northern Territories and wild mountain ranges of Tasmania, on the trail of two of the continent's most notorious creatures. By studying the Saltwater Crocodile and Tasmanian Devil, Ray hopes to gain a privileged insight into their unique habitats and a better understanding of how they gained their fearsome reputations. With the help of local experts, Ray also learns how survival in the wilderness today, for top predators and humans alike, is far from easy.
Steve Backshall becomes prey for a whole team of lethal aerial predators and for the first time in his life comes face to face with a real-life dragon.
It's the largest killer ever to walk the earth. Razor sharp teeth, metre-long jaws and sickle-shaped claws. If you think we are talking about T-rex, think again. This is spinosaurus!
The snowy north is home to the largest land predator in the world. A grizzly bear shows Steve Backshall why it's on the list. Steve then drags the crew rafting down an icy river to find hundreds of eagles.
Get ready to discover something new - from extreme Wingsuiting to cool Scottish traditions and even Tiger Cub enrichment.
Steve Backshall continues to scour the UK for some fearsome predators to add to his list and has a hair-raising experience with the fastest animal that has ever lived.
STRESS AND CANCER Every day in Australia 360 people learn they have cancer. It goes without saying it's a very stressful time. PLUTO Pluto may have been demoted to dwarf planet status, but recent studies reveal it's an extraordinarily exotic world. Its home to the biggest ice cubes in the solar system: a chain of water ice mountains kilometres high.
Join Sir David Attenborough and a team of the world's leading scientists and deep sea explorers on a brand new quest to reveal the secrets of living lights.
Epic flooding. Communities in ruin. Devastating fatalities. National Geographic takes you into the eye of the New York's superstorm to learn why it happened - and how it could hit again.
Kamil meets with whistling nine-year-old Ruby who is on the hunt for a spider that can be found in every kid's backyard.
Time for a wacky adventure as Kellyn goes Hula Hooping, Emma discovers the Chinese Crested dog and Duane meets a vet with unusual patients.
This series drags science out of the classroom and takes experiments outdoors. Each episode is hosted by a different child from anywhere in the world, where they do a number of surprising experiments.
Historic floods, destructive fires, violent earthquakes. Mother Nature's reign of terror has spanned thousands of years. World experts count down the world's most important natural disasters.
Steve Backshall is in the UK to show viewers that they do not have to travel to exotic countries to find deadly creatures.
Kamil meets 9 year-old Lola as they witness nature at its very best!
Taking off. Kellyn's taking to the skies tandem hang gliding and Scott's hanging out with a motocross star in the making.
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