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

TidProgram
05:05

Mammals: Making Of

A behind-the-scenes look at the series that explores the most successful animal group on Earth, from the tiny Etruscan shrew to the largest mammal in existence, the blue whale.

05:15

Life Below Zero

Lessons are learned and personal battles are fought by Alaskans enduring winter's descent.

06:00

Life Below Zero

Sue fixes her Nodwell, Andy and Denise install solar panels, Jessie repairs his boat, and the Hailstones go fishing.

06:45

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben Fogle visits a man who has turned his back on the rat-race to live an isolated life in Oregon.

07:30

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace visits the Ercol factory in Buckinghamshire, an area associated with furniture making since the 19th century. Brits spend a staggering £300 million pounds each week on furniture.

08:20

Planet Earth III

David Attenborough reveals the extraordinary ways in which animals battle to survive the elements in a world of extremes. These remote places are rarely visited, yet the animals that survive there are some of the most resilient on Earth.

09:20

Einstein & Hawking: Masters of our Universe

One of 20th century's greatest minds, Einstein, created the theory of relativity, a tool to explore and predict the way the universe works.

10:10

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

All aboard the luxury heritage train The Northern Belle as it makes a grand tour of England's glorious rural northwest. Beginning in Preston, its passengers are soon travelling through Cumbria and the landscapes of the Lake District.

10:55

Life Below Zero

Sue fixes her Nodwell, Andy and Denise install solar panels, Jessie repairs his boat, and the Hailstones go fishing.

11:45

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben Fogle visits a man who has turned his back on the rat-race to live an isolated life in Oregon.

12:30

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace visits the Ercol factory in Buckinghamshire, an area associated with furniture making since the 19th century. Brits spend a staggering £300 million pounds each week on furniture.

13:25

Planet Earth III

David Attenborough reveals the extraordinary ways in which animals battle to survive the elements in a world of extremes. These remote places are rarely visited, yet the animals that survive there are some of the most resilient on Earth.

14:20

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

Cameras focus on the island of Taiwan, and three extraordinary railways. The journey begins in the eastern port city of Hualien, from where it travels north along the rugged Pacific coast.

15:05

Life Below Zero

Sue cleans up her river and goes fishing, Andy and Denise repair a Jeep, Jessie falls trees and prepares wood and the Hailstones build a trapping cabin.

15:55

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben Fogle journeys to the Pembrokeshire coast to live with Matthew and Charis Watkinson.

16:40

Einstein & Hawking: Masters of our Universe

A look into the British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking. Detailing his childhood, education, marriage, family life, and his work on the Big Bang and black holes.

17:30

Inside the Factory

Malt loaf has been a popular teatime treat for more than 80 years, we get through 130 million of them every year. So to get to grips with how this sweet and squidgy cake-cum-bread is made, Gregg Wallace is rolling up his sleeves to get stuck in.

18:25

Planet Earth III

The human world, from cities to fields, has spread across the globe. Wildlife must now adapt to a vastly altered landscape and contend directly with humankind. Although some species are managing to thrive, others face unprecedented pressure.

19:25

Life Below Zero

Alaskans work to secure all loose ends as the unforgiving winter tightens its grip.

20:10

Joanna Lumley's Great Cities of the World

Joanna's first view of Paris is from a hot air balloon. She visits the damaged Notre-Dame, meets the heiress Daphne Guinness, buys a vintage Chanel suit and meets Ibrahim, a refugee turned inner-city beekeeper.

21:00

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben Fogle stays with Naveen and Anke who have made their home in the Sri Lanka's highlands, uncovering why they swapped city life for a simple off-grid existence miles from civilisation.

21:45

Spy in the Ocean

A new generation of spy creatures search the ocean for intelligent life and find ways of thinking that have to be seen to be believed. The most complex spy creature ever built films the owner of the largest brains on the planet - sperm whales. Spy Whale is the same size as a new-born whale calf and is equipped with an array of cameras.

22:40

Deadly Disasters

Volcanoes are put into three categories: extinct, dormant and active. But in this episode we show how even unexpected eruptions can happen, and when they do, they are both spectacular and terrifying.

23:30

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

Exploring the remarkable railway line that reaches the far north tip of mainland Britain. The Far North Line travels from Inverness in the Highlands of Scotland to Wick in Caithness county, with a daily ScotRail service.

00:15

Life Below Zero

Alaskans work to secure all loose ends as the unforgiving winter tightens its grip.

01:00

Joanna Lumley's Great Cities of the World

Joanna's first view of Paris is from a hot air balloon. She visits the damaged Notre-Dame, meets the heiress Daphne Guinness, buys a vintage Chanel suit and meets Ibrahim, a refugee turned inner-city beekeeper.

01:50

Spy in the Ocean

A new generation of spy creatures search the ocean for intelligent life and find ways of thinking that have to be seen to be believed. The most complex spy creature ever built films the owner of the largest brains on the planet - sperm whales. Spy Whale is the same size as a new-born whale calf and is equipped with an array of cameras.

02:40

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben Fogle stays with Naveen and Anke who have made their home in the Sri Lanka's highlands, uncovering why they swapped city life for a simple off-grid existence miles from civilisation.

03:30

Deadly Disasters

Volcanoes are put into three categories: extinct, dormant and active. But in this episode we show how even unexpected eruptions can happen, and when they do, they are both spectacular and terrifying.

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