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.
Holly Morris heads to Lope National Park, Gabon, where she treks in search of mandrills. Lope is the only place in the world where there is a realistic chance of seeing these elusive, brightly coloured animals in the wild.
Takes a look at the planet's most extreme season to explain the mysteries, dispel the misconceptons and reveal the fascinating facts about winter.
Get to the bottom of the science behind the seasons. The Science Of Summer explores the mysteries behind the planet's most sweltering season and reveals the fascinating facts that make summer unique.
At two miles wide and with wind speeds of more than 350 mph, a super tornado would reduce downtown Dallas to a war zone within minutes. Scientists say it could happen.
We explore the formidable force of the hurricane and how, around the eye of the storm, winds can reach 220 miles per hour leaving devastation in their wake.
After five wars and two Intifadas, the morning papers are still filled with stories about another shooting, air strike, rocket or suicide attack. And it's been going on like this for sixty years! Despite it all, eternal optimist Diego takes a journey through the Gaza Strip to Jerusalem - and meets a lively cast of characters along the way.
Bradley Cooper explores the spectacular beauty of Croatia's coastline. Sailing has long been a tradition in this area, and Bradley will learn firsthand the traditions of the Dalmatian and Adriatic coasts.
Beneath the boiling surface of the sun lies a force that could throw the modern world back to the Stone Age. With only hours to prepare, a New York City engineer struggles to convince the mayor to take action.
In episode three, Tim explores the place of Islam today in Hindu-dominated India and Communist China, and tells the story of the glittering Islamic trade empire of the 14th century. Ibn Battutah was accompanied on this leg of his journey by African bodyguards, whose descendants still live in Gujarat. Tim witnesses their extraordinary ritual, which culminates in a fire-walking frenzy. He travels down the coast to Calicut, once the hub of worldwide trade linking Arabia to China.
Former war correspondent Diego Bunuel takes a fresh look at rarely travelled areas affected by conflict and wars. This instalment takes a closer look at North Korea.
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