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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
05:50

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

Earth's Natural Wonders

In the high Himalaya, join yak-herder Thokmay Lowa and his small group as he steers his herd through one of the region's extreme mountain passes. In the Canadian Arctic, 63-year-old Minnie Nappaaluk and her granddaughter Eva embark on one of the most hazardous expeditions for food: the mussel harvest. In the blistering Australian outback, the only way to efficiently round up cattle herds on vast farms is through the use of helicopter cowboys like Chris Weyand.

06:50

Secrets of the Superfactories

An inside look at the industrial production behind McLaren's UK super-cars, the German factory making 500,000 Faber-Castell pencils every day, US STIHL chainsaw manufacture, and Japan's Shoda Shoyu soy sauce.

07:40

Secrets of the Superfactories

A look at the handling of Amazon parcels in Bolton, visiting the world's largest steel plant, and investigating the production of Tabasco hot sauce and Kia cars. All of these factories rely on cutting-edge science and engineering.

08:25

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

After six years globetrotting, Scott and Casey gambled their life savings on a kite-surfing school in a remote stretch of the Peruvian coast. As Ben lives their day-to-day life, he also learns what led them both to this decision.

09:10

Joanna Lumley's Silk Road Adventure

Starting in Venice, Joanna sees how the travels of Venetian hero Marco Polo and Silk Road traders influenced its growth. In Albania, Joanna walks the beginning of the Via Egnatia, an ancient network that once linked the entirety of the Roman Empire.

10:00

Iceland With Alexander Armstrong

The host begins his Icelandic adventure in a helicopter, hovering just yards above the rim of an erupting and lethal volcano close to the capital of Reykjavik, before heading east to Iceland's Golden Circle.

10:45

Horizon

Hannah Fry investigates the questions the British public want answered about the future. Hannah will try to discover whether we could ever live forever or if there will ever be a cure for cancer.

11:40

The Green Planet

More kinds of plants are crammed together in the tropical rainforests than anywhere else on Earth. The result is astonishing beauty and intense competition, a plant battleground. New filming techniques make it possible to enter the plants' world and see it from their perspective and on their timescale. From fast-growing trees to flowers that mimic dead animals, this is a journey into a magical world.

12:40

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.

13:05

Earth's Natural Wonders

In the high Himalaya, join yak-herder Thokmay Lowa and his small group as he steers his herd through one of the region's extreme mountain passes. In the Canadian Arctic, 63-year-old Minnie Nappaaluk and her granddaughter Eva embark on one of the most hazardous expeditions for food: the mussel harvest. In the blistering Australian outback, the only way to efficiently round up cattle herds on vast farms is through the use of helicopter cowboys like Chris Weyand.

14:00

Secrets of the Superfactories

An inside look at the industrial production behind McLaren's UK super-cars, the German factory making 500,000 Faber-Castell pencils every day, US STIHL chainsaw manufacture, and Japan's Shoda Shoyu soy sauce.

14:45

Secrets of the Superfactories

A look at the handling of Amazon parcels in Bolton, visiting the world's largest steel plant, and investigating the production of Tabasco hot sauce and Kia cars. All of these factories rely on cutting-edge science and engineering.

15:30

Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

After six years globetrotting, Scott and Casey gambled their life savings on a kite-surfing school in a remote stretch of the Peruvian coast. As Ben lives their day-to-day life, he also learns what led them both to this decision.

16:15

Joanna Lumley's Silk Road Adventure

Starting in Venice, Joanna sees how the travels of Venetian hero Marco Polo and Silk Road traders influenced its growth. In Albania, Joanna walks the beginning of the Via Egnatia, an ancient network that once linked the entirety of the Roman Empire.

17:05

Blue Planet II

Using cutting-edge technology, go on a journey from the intense heat of the tropics to the planet's frozen poles to reveal new worlds and extraordinary animal behaviours. The journey starts in the tropical coral reefs, the most diverse ocean habitat.

18:05

Deadly Predators

Steve finds out which Deadly Predators have the best weapons on earth. Using the latest CGI, we bring the colossal squid to life, test the strength of its tentacles, and show how its mighty beak could slice through a car like butter. When it comes to weapons, snakes have some of the best on earth. Steve goes in search of the adder, the UK's only venomous snake and an endangered species.

18:30

Frozen Planet II

In the far north of the planet lies the largest land habitat on earth, home to snow-covered forests and the icy open tundra. These are lands of extremes that push animals to their limits: in winter they are so cold that much of the ground has remained frozen since the last ice age. To stand any chance of survival, animals must adapt in extreme ways: here a super pack of wolves, 25 strong, has come together to take on the only large prey available to them in winter, American bison.

19:30

Life Below Zero

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

20:15

The Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan

Romesh heads off on a journey to Romania. With the help of activist and media expert Angi Serban, he explores the many amazing things that are overlooked in this vast slice of eastern Europe.

21:10

Art of Scandinavia

Denmark emerges from modest beginnings to become one of the greatest powers and arbiters of taste in northern Europe, a story of incredible transformation befitting the homeland of the greatest fairytale spinner of them all, Hans Christian Anderson, creator of `The Ugly Duckling' and `The Emperor's New Clothes'.

22:00

Space Volcanoes

An international team of volcanologists draw parallels between the volcanoes on Earth and those on other planets, and reveal how they are not just a destructive force but essential to the formation of atmospheres and even life itself.

22:50

Frozen Planet II

In the far north of the planet lies the largest land habitat on earth, home to snow-covered forests and the icy open tundra. These are lands of extremes that push animals to their limits: in winter they are so cold that much of the ground has remained frozen since the last ice age. To stand any chance of survival, animals must adapt in extreme ways: here a super pack of wolves, 25 strong, has come together to take on the only large prey available to them in winter, American bison.

23:50

Life Below Zero

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

00:35

The Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan

Romesh heads off on a journey to Romania. With the help of activist and media expert Angi Serban, he explores the many amazing things that are overlooked in this vast slice of eastern Europe.

01:25

Art of Scandinavia

Denmark emerges from modest beginnings to become one of the greatest powers and arbiters of taste in northern Europe, a story of incredible transformation befitting the homeland of the greatest fairytale spinner of them all, Hans Christian Anderson, creator of `The Ugly Duckling' and `The Emperor's New Clothes'.

02:25

Space Volcanoes

An international team of volcanologists draw parallels between the volcanoes on Earth and those on other planets, and reveal how they are not just a destructive force but essential to the formation of atmospheres and even life itself.

03:15

Frozen Planet II

In the far north of the planet lies the largest land habitat on earth, home to snow-covered forests and the icy open tundra. These are lands of extremes that push animals to their limits: in winter they are so cold that much of the ground has remained frozen since the last ice age. To stand any chance of survival, animals must adapt in extreme ways: here a super pack of wolves, 25 strong, has come together to take on the only large prey available to them in winter, American bison.

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