This is the explosion that formed planet Earth, and travel back in time to explore the evolution of the Earth we know today.
In this second episode, they travel from January to the March equinox. Kate Humble gets closer to the sun than she has ever been before, while Helen Czerski visits a place that gets some of the biggest and fastest snowstorms on Earth.
Richard Hammond investigates the crucial role water plays. Without water there would be almost no weather: no rain, no snow, no hail, no clouds. So Richard goes in pursuit of water in all its forms.
Every minute of every day, the face of earth changes - sometimes right before our eyes. Compelling special effects and advanced animation techniques take viewers inside tectonic events.
Earth has shaped human evolution and now humans are shaping Earth. See how geologic and climatic changes have affected human development.
Richard Hammond investigates the crucial role temperature plays in all weather. Without heat, there would be no weather: no clouds, no rain, no snow, no dust storms, no thunder and lightning.
Supporting the Australian Curriculum
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