We discover that Sacha has a twin, Christelle, who is coming to visit. However, Sam, Nico and Annie do not know that Sacha has a twin, and so much confusion ensues when they presume that Christelle is actually Sacha.
Steve and his crew are back in the jungles of South America for this adventure. Steve heads into crocodile infested waters for a spooky nocturnal encounter with a truly shocking predator, the electric eel.
This time Steve and the crew travel to Venezuela in search of more lethal animal predators for the Deadly list. First they comb the Venezuelan wetlands looking for the biggest snake in the world, the mighty green anaconda.
A child genius turned undercover agent. His disguise: bookshop owner. The mission: solve a vengeful ex-teacher's deadly spelling and vocabulary challenges. This is Bertram Poppingstock: Problem Solver.
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.
Ptolemy Dean is going in search of Britain's finest period homes. At all times on his journey, he'll be taking his trusty sketchbook to record the details of materials. This episode features a warehouse conversion.
In this episode, the foursome go to London for a long weekend. Sam can speak the language but is a bit confused by the geography. Sascha finds a good-looking English boyfriend and Sam ends up dancing with the elderly waitress.
One of the world's most talented counter-tenors, Philippe Jaroussky, at 35 years of age, is at the peak of his powers and in massive demand internationally for both concert performances and baroque opera.
Dickens' novel interpreted, analysed and explained. Featuring dramatised extracts and reconstructions the video provides a complete overview of the work. The program provides a unique taste of life in Dickensian times, interwoven with an excellent critique and analysis.
Ptolemy Dean is going in search of Britain's finest period homes. At all times on his journey, he'll be taking his trusty sketchbook to record the details of materials. This episode features a traditional stone cottage.
Now in her mid-forties, world famous French Ballerina Sylvie Guillem decides to broaden her artistic palette and takes on a new Asian orientation with collaborative dance works with choreographers Akram Khan and Russell Maliphant.
Piotr Anderszewski is one of the world's leading pianists. This program follows him on a European tour, during which he travels in a private train with his grand piano, and gives us some biographical elements of his life.
Taiwan's Eco Ark Pavilion is being hailed as a new benchmark for the future of green buildings. Built out of 1.5 million recycled drink bottles, the building is strong enough to withstand the forces of nature.
Critique the "sense and nonsense" of the global $100 billion vitamin and supplement industry with Derek Muller in Vitamania. Then test your students' knowledge of the importance of vitamins in our diets, and the history of the business.