Monty Halls goes back to his marine biologist roots as he studies whales and dolphins off the spectacular west coast of Ireland.
This first episode sees Paul board a traditional Gypsy caravan to travel through the borders and up to Glasgow.
We once thought that our solar system was unique: The only place you could find planets in the entire Universe. Now we know better. For the last twenty years we have been discovering planets at an amazing rate, but they are nothing like we expected. These are truly wild worlds, a collection of monsters.
Consultant Emer Sutherland helps treat an eight-year-old who has fallen over two metres onto concrete while riding his BMX, losing his front teeth and possibly injuring his head and spine.
When Weather Changed History is an innovative series spotlighting the weather that has quite literally changed our world. Stories are told with an eye toward the unexpected by highlighting the ways in which the power of nature has steered much of history.
Come on a nail-biting journey as robot scientist Rodney Brooks attempts to build a robot as sophisticated as a human being. For nearly a hundred years, science fiction has heralded a brave new world of robots. For scientists, the reality of that dream is much harder to achieve - but there are pioneers who relish the enormous challenge of integrating mind and machine. Australian-born Rodney Brooks is one such pioneer.
Four ordinary Australian couples embark on a confronting and challenging eight week journey to happiness and relationship fulfilment. As the experiment passes its halfway mark, the experts focus on sex and affection, which is proving a major stumbling block for many of our couples. John introduces the volunteers to the concept of 'love languages', and they learn that everyone likes to express and receive affection in one of five different ways - time, touch, talk (or words of affirmation), tokens and tasks.
Episode three follows the midwives on the maternity ward of Wirral Wirral Women and Children's hospital, near Liverpool. They look after mothers who can't or won't be at home in the days immediately after their baby is born. The occupants of each of the 26 single en-suite rooms on the ward present the midwives with a different problem. They see a mix of antenatal and postnatal patients. This means medically high risk mums waiting to have their baby may be staying in the room next door to anxious first time parents.
Once an A student, Schuyler's life now revolves around hanging out with his drug-abusing friends, trapped in a desperate cycle of addiction. Can doctors convince him to finally seek help?
This week, Helen from Somerset and her 18-year-old son Jack are living in eight years' worth of hoarded clutter, making it impossible to even use the kitchen. In Blackburn, mum Yvonne is hoarding all the toys, videos and clothes from her children's childhood, making it hard for her youngest daughter to play.
In the final episode, Paul traces the rise of the seaside as a workers' playground.
In the final episode, Stephanie Flanders examines one of the most revolutionary and controversial thinkers of all, Karl Marx. Marx's ideas left an indelible stamp on the lives of billions of people and the world today. He argued that capitalism is inherently unfair and therefore doomed to collapse, so it should be got rid of altogether.
Acclaimed actor Ewan McGregor is on a mission to the ends of the earth to immunise some of the hardest-to-reach children in the world. Ewan and his team must deliver the vaccines to the world's most remote children as health workers do every day. But their fragile nature means the vaccines must be kept constantly cold as they are passed along the supply chain, from freezer to freezer - wherever that may be. The routes these vaccines travel are known as cold chains, and a vast network of them exists across the globe.
Arguably the most notorious Nazi fugitive of all, Dr Joseph Mengele earned the nickname the 'Angel of Death' for his sadistic experiments at Auschwitz concentration camp. After the war, Mengele escaped to Buenos Aires where he lived the high life. That is, until 1959 when the West German government indicted Mengele for mass murder and demanded his extradition.
For the past 30 years, John Bradley has been working with the Yanyuwa community in Borroloola in the Northern Territory, documenting their language and culture.
In this episode, Paul travels to the Northern Isles to discover how their remoteness from the mainland became a draw for tourists in search of perfect isolation.
In this episode, Paul goes in search of the stunning landscape of the Highlands. Travelling from the shores of Loch Tay in Perthshire, across the great wilderness of Rannoch Moor, Paul climbs the iconic mountain of Buachaille Etive Mor, before ending his journey in the quaint spa town of Strathpeffer.
This is the epic tale of the rise of civilisation. The Story of All of Us is not names and dates history; there will be danger, action, struggle, heroism and adrenaline. This series takes us from the first flourishing of civilisation in Mesopotamia through to the discovery of America.