Discover how little penguins make a home for themselves on Phillip Island, and the challenges they face, with Wild Birds of Australia.
Without the help of any smartphones, 11 diverse teams must use their problem solving and orienteering skills to navigate Seoul.
Gordon Buchanan helps rehabilitate captive lynx back to the Russian wilderness.
Join Robson Green as he explores the shores of Britain on a journey to find out just what it is that makes the coast so special, and how Britain has been defined by its relationship with the sea.
Australia experiences the largest peacetime evacuation in its history. Craig learns what's required to become a volunteer firefighter as he undertakes training before heading to the fire front.
Timber towns in New South Wales are against the clock to salvage trees killed in bushfires. Blackened logs can still be processed, but the loss of timber from pine plantations creates economic uncertainty.
Sir David Attenborough shares stories from his 1954 program, Zoo Quest, with recently discovered colour footage.
Jane Edmanson has the low-down on native groundcovers, Jerry Coleby-Williams suggests sub-tropical options for traditional veg, Costa Georgiadis meets two Lane Cove legends, and Millie Ross builds a harvest basket.
Gordon Buchanan journeys across Ethiopia to find out how people can live so closely to hyenas, the powerful carnivores that are loathed and feared by many others.
Gordon Buchanan joins a family of nomads to learn about golden eagles. He discovers the respect and love these remarkable people have for an iconic predator that has been persecuted across the world.
Gordon Buchanan joins a tribal family on a Pacific island to see if it is possible to live close to sharks. An insight into the underwater world of a unique and threatened island culture.
The 1980 eruption of Mount St Helens was the deadliest in US history. Now, survivor testimonies and rare images reveal the cataclysms it unleashed.
The Australian bushfires of Black Saturday, February 7, 2009, caused the death of 173 people. With the guidance of one farming couple, volunteers from around the nation rallied to help rebuild fences, lives, and communities.
Gordon Buchanan journeys up Papua New Guinea's remote Sepik River to meet the remarkable tribes who have learned to live with crocodiles.
Gordon Buchanan joins a group of bushmen in Botswana's Kalahari Desert to learn how to survive on foot among wild lions.
In the culmination of this 1000km scientific research mission aboard the Alucia, Liz Bonnin and a team of scientific experts journey south to visit the oldest islands in the Galapagos to see firsthand the impact that humans have had on this pristine wilderness.
Liz Bonnin and a team of scientific experts set off beneath the waves to explore this spectacular archipelago. It's an exciting opportunity for the team to delve into a world that still largely remains a mystery to science.
We launch our series covering all you need to know about indoor plants. Josh Byrne suggests how to find room for more plants. Millie Ross transforms her lawn into lunch. And Tino Carnevale shows how to learn from your weeds.
Gordon Buchanan joins a Waorani tribal family in Ecuador's Amazon jungle as they search for giant anacondas.
Liz Bonnin joins a scientific team aboard the research vessel the Alucia, on a mission across the Galapagos Archipelago. The journey begins on the Galapagos' west side at the youngest and most volcanically active islands in the archipelago.
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