This clip shows what happens to the milk at the factory and then transported to the shops.
This clip shows how milk gets from the cow to the table. To produce milk cows need lush green grass and a calf, as they produce
Why doesn't all honey look and taste the same? Where does honey come from? Why do bees make honey? These are some of the questions answered in this program. Watch this episode and find out how plants and animals are used for food products.
Where does bread come from? This is the question asked while children eat their sandwiches in the school playground.
In this episode Kevin McCloud follows the last of the self-build projects, as married couple Pauline and Godfrey plan to downsize from their family home and commission a modular, factory-built home. Once the building arrives on site, it takes just two weeks to be assembled and ready to move into. However, when a lack of finance threatens their plans, the couple are left technically homeless. Can they find a solution and witness their new property being craned into place, or will they see their dreams turn to dust?
Take an exclusive look at the magnificent medley of life in all its wonder within the gardens of Buckingham Palace. Step back through time as the gardens chronicle the rich history of the British royal family over 5 centuries.
The Natural History Museum in London is undertaking the biggest challenge in its 130-year history. Dippy, the museum's iconic dinosaur, has taken centre stage for decades - but this venerable beast is not even a real fossil. Now, Dippy has been taken down, to be replaced by a 25m blue whale - a real animal skeleton, the largest animal ever to have lived on Earth. How do you move the biggest skeleton on the planet? This is an engineering challenge on a scale that no one at the museum has faced before: a 21st-century challenge in one of the oldest museums in the world. Narrated by David Attenborough. Alternative title: Dinosaur vs Whale.