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TidProgram
05:30

Deadly 60

Setting sail to the magical island of Bali, Steve and the team are out to find the elusive ocean sunfish. These deep ocean giants feed on poisonous jellyfish and ascend to the shallows for a spa session at a cleaner fish station.

06:00

Deadly 60

Steve heads to the incredible Loango National Park on the western coast of Gabon and home to some awesome Deadly predators. First up, Steve heads out onto the waterways in search of the small but deadly dwarf crocodile.

06:25

Life Below Zero

Alaskans are in the home stretch of preparing for the upcoming winter.

07:10

Life Below Zero

Alaskans power through the dog days of summer.

07:55

Animal Impossible

Incredible facts and myths about sharks, including their reputation as mindless man-eaters, are put to the test.

08:50

Joanna Lumley's Spice Trail Adventure

Joanna returns to her birthplace of India in search of a kitchen cupboard staple once known as 'black gold' - starting in the majestic ancient city of Hampi.

09:35

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben visits Bette in the wilds of northern Queensland, where she's been dealing with snakes, floods and isolation since moving to the harsh Australian wilderness thirty years ago.

10:20

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace gets exclusive access to a factory that builds red London buses, while Cherry Healey visits a bus windscreen factory and Ruth Goodman learns about London's earliest double-deckers.

11:15

Life Below Zero

Alaskans are in the home stretch of preparing for the upcoming winter.

12:00

Life Below Zero

Alaskans power through the dog days of summer.

12:45

Deadly 60

Steve heads to the incredible Loango National Park on the western coast of Gabon and home to some awesome Deadly predators. First up, Steve heads out onto the waterways in search of the small but deadly dwarf crocodile.

13:10

Animal Impossible

Incredible facts and myths about sharks, including their reputation as mindless man-eaters, are put to the test.

14:05

Joanna Lumley's Spice Trail Adventure

Joanna returns to her birthplace of India in search of a kitchen cupboard staple once known as 'black gold' - starting in the majestic ancient city of Hampi.

14:50

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

Ben visits Bette in the wilds of northern Queensland, where she's been dealing with snakes, floods and isolation since moving to the harsh Australian wilderness thirty years ago.

15:35

Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace gets exclusive access to a factory that builds red London buses, while Cherry Healey visits a bus windscreen factory and Ruth Goodman learns about London's earliest double-deckers.

16:30

Life Below Zero

Alaskans are in the home stretch of preparing for the upcoming winter.

17:15

Life Below Zero

Alaskans power through the dog days of summer.

18:00

Our Changing Planet

Another three presenters visit people fighting to rebalance vulnerable habitats around the world. Liz Bonnin travels to California to learn about the increasingly invasive wildfires hitting the headlines. Scientists can see clear links between the fires, climate change, raised temperatures and an extended drought season. There is one crucial element that is key to a sustainable future in California: biodiversity.

18:55

Dynasties

The Marsh Pride of Kenya's Masai Mara is in a unique situation in their history. They have been abandoned by all of the adult males, and just two adult females are left to feed and protect their eight youngsters. The future of the whole family rests entirely on the shoulders of these two mothers, Charm and her cousin Sienna. They need to raise their cubs to adulthood if this great dynasty is to continue, and they all face the great perils of the African savannah.

19:55

Exploration Volcano

Chris Horsley journeys to another volcanic hotspot when he joins a large scientific effort to inspect the island of Stromboli off the coast of Italy and install monitoring systems near its explosive craters.

20:40

Nature

A team of forensic experts excavate a giant Pliosaur skull, the largest Jurassic predator ever known.

21:30

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

A trip through Devon to the tip of Cornwall, going back in time to recapture the golden age of luxury train travel. From Dawlish, it heads to Cornwall and across the Royal Albert Bridge, a masterpiece of railway engineering.

22:15

Life Below Zero

Special compilation episode following seven people who live in one of the world's loneliest places. They must overcome snow storms, frozen terrain and limited resources to survive.

23:05

Life Below Zero

Special compilation episode following seven people who live in one of the world's loneliest places. They must overcome snow storms, frozen terrain and limited resources to survive.

23:55

Our Changing Planet

Another three presenters visit people fighting to rebalance vulnerable habitats around the world. Liz Bonnin travels to California to learn about the increasingly invasive wildfires hitting the headlines. Scientists can see clear links between the fires, climate change, raised temperatures and an extended drought season. There is one crucial element that is key to a sustainable future in California: biodiversity.

00:50

Dynasties

The Marsh Pride of Kenya's Masai Mara is in a unique situation in their history. They have been abandoned by all of the adult males, and just two adult females are left to feed and protect their eight youngsters. The future of the whole family rests entirely on the shoulders of these two mothers, Charm and her cousin Sienna. They need to raise their cubs to adulthood if this great dynasty is to continue, and they all face the great perils of the African savannah.

01:55

Exploration Volcano

Chris Horsley journeys to another volcanic hotspot when he joins a large scientific effort to inspect the island of Stromboli off the coast of Italy and install monitoring systems near its explosive craters.

02:40

Nature

A team of forensic experts excavate a giant Pliosaur skull, the largest Jurassic predator ever known.

03:30

World's Most Scenic Railway Journeys

A trip through Devon to the tip of Cornwall, going back in time to recapture the golden age of luxury train travel. From Dawlish, it heads to Cornwall and across the Royal Albert Bridge, a masterpiece of railway engineering.

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