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.
Millie Ross visits an Indigenous plant propagation expert; Costa Georgiadis creates a polystyrene palace for worms; Jerry Coleby-Williams dives into the war on weeds; Jane Edmanson visits a fruitful family farm.
Michael took on his longest and most gruelling journey yet - a 80,470km route around the Pacific Rim taking in Russia, China, Vietnam, Australia, New Zealand, and North and South America. This huge undertaking stretches him and the crew to their limits, and it sees him adopt a more investigative role, as he seeks to get under the skin of the places he visits - from a booming South Korea, to Colombia with its drug wars and poverty.
The team head to Oklahoma on the trail of 26 wolves who were secretly transported to a zoo. As temperatures soar, the vets must act fast to get them all out safely.
Matt spearheads an operation to rescue an estimated 60 wolves from an alleged fur farm. The veterans use every tool available, including an undercover sting.
The west coast colonies began differently to the east, it was originally populated by people who migrated by choice, at least initially. And that is how the west still likes to view itself today, different from the rest. A truly magical landscape, and a history that is unique, particular and compelling. Perth is striking, and different, about one fifth of the water drunk by the population is desalinated, Neil investigates this process and discovers some unique marine life that have developed as a result. Emma explores the sustainable fishing practices of the western rock lobster and Dean tests a brilliant and unique invention, that is the Dyson of the sea, allowing international vessels to have their hulls cleaned without dry docking, and most importantly without releasing harmful alien marine organisms into the local waterways.
Veteran Josh tries to build a relationship with an aggressive wolfdog. Operation Wolfguard continues, but the team grow frustrated with the slow progress.
Jane Edmanson visits a perennial paradise; Clarence Slockee has a native plant for every situation; Tino Carnevale gives a manure masterclass; Millie Ross meets a botanic garden team dedicated to protecting wildlife.
The LARC team head on an undercover mission to document illegal wolf poaching. Plus, the team build an enclosure for two wolves who are bonded for life.
A loose wolf in a small California town sends Matt and the veterans on a rescue operation before trouble can arise. Thompson works with a coyote named Lichen.
A look at how the success of 80 Days opened the door for Michael to tackle an even more ambitious journey for his next series. He would follow the line of 35 degrees latitude from North Pole to South, an incredibly challenging route across the USSR, Africa, and finally Antarctica. Along the way, he witnesses the last days of communism, encounters war in Sudan, and visits South Africa just months after the end of apartheid. Ultimately, he becomes one of just a handful of people to have stood at both poles.
Matt and the veterans are called in when a neglected and aggressive wolfdog named Apache needs to be removed from the rough conditions of a suburban home.
People fantasise of escaping to Far North Queensland, its remote beaches and beautiful rainforests are the stuff of dreams. You can't get further north on the continent than Cape York, the largest unspoilt wilderness in northern Australia, a complex mosaic of rainforest, wetlands, beaches and forests, the beauty of the landscape is almost beyond compare. But it is also home to fascinating people and a rich history of exploration, survival and opportunity. Tim retraces Burke and Wills most northerly steps, they never hit the water, but they came close enough to smell the sea. In 1902 Flinders noted a reddish hue to some of the mountains, today one of Rio Tinto's Bauxite mines is driving the local community and Neil shows how valuable this aluminium ore is to the world; and Australia has six of the seven species of turtles in the world, but they are struggling to adapt and survive, Emma tries to help at a local Indigenous turtle hospital.
Nisha Katona takes Fred to San Sebastian for a mind-blowing meal at one of the world's top restaurants, and to visit a tiny sports bar to learn the secrets of the perfect tortilla.
Tino Carnevale visits a clever garden masterpiece; Jane Edmanson meets city-living bees; Millie Ross has the lowdown on garden tools; and Costa finds out what goes into maintaining an iconic Sydney landscape.
When a nearby animal sanctuary is threatened by a wildfire, the LARC team race to assist in the evacuation. A tumour is discovered on a 20-year-old wolf named Blade.
A breakout of avian botulism in a flock of geese leaves only one survivor. Amy Marjoram must overcome her fear of snakes to rescue one trapped in a pond.
A fox with an injured leg must be caught before it can be treated. A tawny owl stuck down a sooty chimney needs specialist care to restore its eyesight.
Journeying from London to Venice, Michael first encounters the grubby side of that famous city as he does a shift with its refuse collectors. Then it is on to Egypt, where he is thrown into the maelstrom of Cairo life and starts to get a taste for the unexpected. Gradually, Michael, who began the series nervous about the scale of this undertaking, sheds his inhibitions and embraces the joy of travelling.
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