Tv-Tablå för BBC Earth fredag

BBC Earth är en TV-kanal från BBC. Här visas program om vetenskap, historia, teknik och äventyr i en härlig blandning.

TidProgram
05:00

Brian Cox's Adventures in Space and Time

Brian explores the latest science and takes a new look at his old films and asks how far humanity can go in their exploration of the cosmos. Brian begins in Russia's cosmonaut training facility in the outskirts of Moscow.

05:50

Blue Planet II: The Making Of

An exploration of how the crew behind the Blue Planet II series manage to capture their spectacular footage.

06:00

Dynasties

In Senegal, west Africa, lives a group of chimpanzees led by an alpha male named David. He has already been alpha for three years, a time when leaders here are usually overthrown, and he finds himself surrounded by rivals who all want his crown.

07:00

Deadly 60

Steve is in South Africa, home to a huge number of animals on the Deadly 60. However, big predators aren't what Steve is here for, as he's exploring the plight of the rhino.

07:25

Trust Me, I'm a Vet

The team investigate which foods are best for pets, demonstrate what can be done to save an injured animal, and witness a pioneering operation that could save thousands of cats across the country.

08:15

Life Below Zero

In Noorvik, Chip races to set whitefish nets on thin ice for the last catch of the season, and Andy tests the safety of the river.

09:00

Inside the Factory

To keep their feet nice and warm, the British spend almost 723 million pounds a year on socks. Gregg Wallace visits a sock factory in Leicester that produces one and a half million socks annually. Cherry Healey finds out what causes smelly feet, and Ruth Goodman steps back into the 1980s, when socks were at the height of fashion.

09:55

The Ganges with Sue Perkins

Sue visits the beautiful mangroves of the Sundarbans, home of the Bengal tiger, and meets the villagers who live in fear of an attack. She discovers a world defined by water and the devastating impact of climate change.

10:45

Dynasties

In Senegal, west Africa, lives a group of chimpanzees led by an alpha male named David. He has already been alpha for three years, a time when leaders here are usually overthrown, and he finds himself surrounded by rivals who all want his crown.

11:45

Trust Me, I'm a Vet

The team investigate which foods are best for pets, demonstrate what can be done to save an injured animal, and witness a pioneering operation that could save thousands of cats across the country.

12:35

Life Below Zero

In Noorvik, Chip races to set whitefish nets on thin ice for the last catch of the season, and Andy tests the safety of the river.

13:20

Inside the Factory

To keep their feet nice and warm, the British spend almost 723 million pounds a year on socks. Gregg Wallace visits a sock factory in Leicester that produces one and a half million socks annually. Cherry Healey finds out what causes smelly feet, and Ruth Goodman steps back into the 1980s, when socks were at the height of fashion.

14:15

The Ganges with Sue Perkins

Sue visits the beautiful mangroves of the Sundarbans, home of the Bengal tiger, and meets the villagers who live in fear of an attack. She discovers a world defined by water and the devastating impact of climate change.

15:05

Dynasties

A colony of emperor penguins gather in Atka Bay, on the coast of Antarctica, after three months feeding at sea. They arrive as the sea freezes over and all the other Antarctic animals have left the continent for the relative safety of the sea. The penguins have come here to raise the next generation in their emperor's dynasty, but to do so they will have to work together to keep themselves and their chicks alive through the coming winter: the coldest and cruellest on earth.

16:05

Trust Me, I'm a Vet

Steve Leonard and his team of vets investigate the best way to help your pet lose weight, and witness a pioneering operation to improve the life of a paralysed dachshund. Also they decode the secret language of guinea pigs.

16:55

Life Below Zero

Sue discovers thieves have stolen her fuel supply. Chip and Agnes must barter the supplies they have for the essential items they lack.

17:40

Inside the Factory

We eat them for breakfast, pack them in our lunch boxes and enjoy them for dessert. Here in the UK we spend £1.4 billion a year on yoghurt. Gregg Wallace visits a factory in rural Somerset that produces one million pots of it every twenty-four hours.

18:30

Japan with Sue Perkins

Sue Perkins starts her journey in Tokyo, Japan's glittering capital city and home to 36 million people. She trains with a female sumo wrestling team, meets a family who live with robots and attends a solo-wedding.

19:20

The Lakes with Simon Reeve

Simon meets some of the Cumbrian characters with different visions for the future of England's biggest National Park, including a campaign group trying to protect the remaining red squirrel populations.

20:15

Trust Me, I'm a Doctor

Giles Yeo tests the extraordinary claim that eating less can boost your memory. Alain Gregoire discovers the body's secret built-in stress-buster. Zoe Williams reveals how to spot a hidden illness that can cause stillbirth. Michael uncovers how a simple magnet can save the sight of people with glaucoma. And in a special report, Dr Javid Abdelmoneim investigates what's really in the cannabis-based health products you can buy over the counter.

21:10

Panorama

Panorama investigates a year of wild weather and hears how freak events are becoming increasingly commonplace, changing life right now for millions. In summer 2021 a small town was destroyed by fire after record-breaking high temperatures in the Pacific Northwest and Canada. Floods in Germany swept away entire villages. A plague of mice destroyed livelihoods in Australia's New South Wales.

22:00

The World's Deadliest Weather

In Canada, there's nowhere to go as homes are washed down river. An ice skater is on thin ice in New Jersey and a cliff edge in Brazil collapses after heavy rain.

22:50

Deadly Disasters

A look at the impact of wildfires and the deadly infernos they cause. Wildfires show no signs of stopping and their inexorability on this planet is truly terrifying.

23:40

The Lakes with Simon Reeve

Simon meets some of the Cumbrian characters with different visions for the future of England's biggest National Park, including a campaign group trying to protect the remaining red squirrel populations.

00:35

Trust Me, I'm a Doctor

Giles Yeo tests the extraordinary claim that eating less can boost your memory. Alain Gregoire discovers the body's secret built-in stress-buster. Zoe Williams reveals how to spot a hidden illness that can cause stillbirth. Michael uncovers how a simple magnet can save the sight of people with glaucoma. And in a special report, Dr Javid Abdelmoneim investigates what's really in the cannabis-based health products you can buy over the counter.

01:30

Panorama

Panorama investigates a year of wild weather and hears how freak events are becoming increasingly commonplace, changing life right now for millions. In summer 2021 a small town was destroyed by fire after record-breaking high temperatures in the Pacific Northwest and Canada. Floods in Germany swept away entire villages. A plague of mice destroyed livelihoods in Australia's New South Wales.

02:20

The World's Deadliest Weather

In Canada, there's nowhere to go as homes are washed down river. An ice skater is on thin ice in New Jersey and a cliff edge in Brazil collapses after heavy rain.

03:10

Deadly Disasters

A look at the impact of wildfires and the deadly infernos they cause. Wildfires show no signs of stopping and their inexorability on this planet is truly terrifying.

04:00

The Lakes with Simon Reeve

Simon meets some of the Cumbrian characters with different visions for the future of England's biggest National Park, including a campaign group trying to protect the remaining red squirrel populations.

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