Discover the magic behind the festive season.
Inside the Factory Xmas Special 2016
Reindeer Family & Me
Jerusalem: The Making Of A Holy City
Inside the Factory Xmas Special 2017
Inside the Factory Xmas Special 2018
Inside the Factory 2019 Xmas Special
Waterholes are vital to the African ecosystem; bustling oases where elephants, lions, leopards and hundreds of other species meet and compete for water. But little is known about how they support so much life. Now the BBC Studios Natural History Unit is working with Mwiba Wildlife Reserve in Tanzania, to build the world’s first waterhole with a built-in specialist camera rig.
With half-submerged and weather-proofed remote cameras, Chris Packham and biologist Ella Al-Shamahi aim to uncover the complex dynamics of the waterhole for the very first time. They’re filming across 3 dramatic periods: the middle of the dry season, the hottest time of year and the height of the first rains to gain unique insights into the lives of some of Africa’s most iconic animals. As warthogs, giraffes, monkeys and big cats all jostle for position at the new waterhole Chris and Ella uncover the increasingly important role of water in Africa as its wildlife faces the growing impact of climate change.
In this provocative documentary, environmental campaigner George Monbiot argues that the biggest problem driving us towards global disaster is how we feed ourselves, particularly on meat.
The cosmetic treatment industry is open for business again. As lockdown eases, demand is on the rise for new non-invasive procedures like injectable fillers and fat freezing. But the UK is one of the only countries in the world where this industry is almost completely unregulated. How do we know if these treatments work, and if they are safe? In this two-part programme, medical journalist Michael Mosley teams up with blogger and journalist Mehreen Baig to scrutinise the science and safety of cosmetic treatments - and put them to the test.
Incredible stories and awe-inspiring footage of some of the world’s wildest weather events, told and filmed by Brits living and holidaying abroad. From Alpine avalanches to devastating cyclones in the South Pacific, The World's Wildest Weather uses jaw-dropping footage captured on cameras and phones to tell amazing real-life experiences of people caught up in our planet’s extraordinary weather. It also explores the science behind these events in the context of Planet Earth’s changing Climate.
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.