Footage of the natural world meets mindfulness in this unique collaboration between the multi-award-winning BBC Studios Natural History Unit and mindfulness experts Headspace.
A tonic for today’s busy world, this series expertly combines exquisite, often unseen footage, natural soundscapes, and mindfulness narration to immerse viewers in the natural world. Episodes explore what animals and nature can teach us about breathing, change, joy, and rest. It’s the perfect introduction to experiencing nature through a mindful lens.
The world’s largest conservation project has been created in China. Discover the breathtaking wildlife hidden inside its stunning national parks.
This stunning series opens with China’s mountainous terrains, where foxes, antelopes, and snow leopards thrive in harsh conditions. It then moves to dense forests that host the extraordinary snub-nosed monkeys and iconic giant pandas. Finally, on the fringes of the city, people must make space for nature and find a way to live alongside some spectacular animals. With 20% of China designated as protected land, how are the Chinese people adapting to their country’s conservation efforts? And could this landmark project inspire similar projects across the globe?
Discover the skill, scale and technology involved in the creation of your favourite foods and goods.
Gregg Wallace visits some of the largest factories in Europe to reveal the astonishing processes and machinery behind high-volume manufacturing. In this series he follows the journey of popular items such as yogurt, cider and socks from raw ingredients to finished product. Outside the factory, Cherry Healey investigates the science and innovation behind each product, while historian Ruth Goodman reveals how it was invented and popularised.
Oscar®-winning actress Dame Judi Dench has had a lifelong passion for nature and in this charming mini-series, beautifully filmed with cutting edge technology, she gets to explore it like never before. On the trip of a lifetime to Borneo, Judi braves the dangers of the jungle and travels down the mighty Kinabatangan River, coming face-to-face with a variety of unique animals, including orangutans and proboscis monkeys, as well as the local people who live alongside them. She also examines the threats posed by global warming and deforestation and meets with the scientists trying to save this island paradise for the future.
Meet awesome animals and discover the surprising skills helping them to thrive out in the wild. From the birds who sing to their eggs to get a head start on teaching their young to the flamingos with their own special friends and the dung beetles who use the Milky Way for orientation, new research is showing animals may be more intelligent than we ever imagined. Each episode meets animals who’ve mastered a different skill, from masterminds to social networkers, con artists to communicators.
BBC Earth seeks to inspire audiences by sharing the incredible wonders of our universe. The channel showcases the work of the world’s foremost factual film-makers and it seeks to take audiences on a thrilling journey of discovery. From the smallest creature under the microscope to the limitless expanses of space, BBC Earth brings viewers face-to-face with heart-pounding action, mind-blowing ideas and the wonder of being human.