In this global series, three-time BAFTA-winning adventurer and wildlife expert, Steve Backshall, ventures into uncharted territory in pursuit of new discoveries and world firsts.
He’ll scale unclimbed peaks, uncover life unknown to science, encounter wildlife along the way, meet local people, and shine light into caves that have been dark for millions of years.
Alastair Campbell is best-known for his role as Tony Blair's formidable spin doctor but, away from the public eye, he has been dogged by crippling bouts of depression.
Therapy and anti-depressant medication are helping him keep his head above water - but is that the best he can hope for? In this intensely personal documentary, Alastair asks whether radical new treatments can stop his depression.
Encouraged by his partner Fiona and daughter Grace, he tries to find out if science can offer him - and the millions like him - the hope of living depression-free.
From cute baby hedgehogs, curious penguin chicks and playful seal pups, take an inside look at the most important and experimental months of new-born animals’ lives. Experience the trials, tribulations and triumphs and see what they get up to when no one is watching.
This is the ultimate animal soap opera - a world full of drama, love and courage, where baby animals take bold new steps and explore the world around them for the first time.
This remarkable documentary series combines extraordinary first-hand video footage, eyewitness testimony and expert analysis of buildings refusing to go quietly.
In the first episode, detonations at the Pontiac Silverdome in Michigan fail to do the job, and in Ohio a smokestack falls in the wrong direction onto power lines.
In Glasgow, Scotland, spectators are injured as tower blocks are demolished and problems soon arise when the German island of Heligoland is the location for blowing up unused WWII munitions.
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.