Tv-Tablå för BBC Earth måndag

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

TidProgram
05:00
A Perfect Planet

Humans are changing our planet so rapidly, it's affecting earth's life support systems: our weather, our oceans and the living world

Regi: Huw Cordey

  • Medverkande:
  • Keith Scholey
  • Alastair Fothergill
06:00
Supermarket Secrets

Gregg Wallace and journalist Babita Sharma look at one of the biggest battlegrounds: health. Gregg discovers the exotic ingredient being used to produce a healthier burger and Babita finds out how people are manipulated by food health labels

  • Medverkande:
  • Eileen Inkson
  • Paul Overton
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Babita Sharma
06:50
Life on Location

Filming Antarctic killer whales

07:05
The Last Battle of the Vikings

Marine archeologist Dr Jon Henderson tells the incredible story of the Norsemen in Scotland. Visiting fascinating archeological sites across Scotland and Norway, he reveals that, although the battle at Largs marked the end of an era for the Norsemen, their presence continued to shape the identity and culture of the Scottish nation to the present day

Regi: Bill MacLeod

  • Medverkande:
  • David Caldwell
  • Jon Henderson
  • Neil McDonald
07:55
The World's Deadliest Weather

Heat wave Lucifer burns though Europe, triggering some of the worst wildfires in Portugal's history. A Mojave mudslide traps motorists in a raging torrent of sludge, North Carolina holidaymakers flee a waterspout, and extraordinary Australian floods

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
08:45
Earth's Natural Wonders

In some natural wonders people push themselves to the limit to survive. For the people who call these extraordinary places home, survival requires skill, ingenuity and bravery. These places include Brazil, Ethiopia, Laos and Switzerland

Regi: Russell Leven

  • Medverkande:
  • Jobim Sampson
  • Jane Aldous
09:40
Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

In the mountains of northern Ethiopia, Ben meets native Glaswegian Susan, who rejected an ordinary retirement for a remote region of Africa. Susan has had a huge impact on the local community, and now runs a restaurant on top of a mountain

Regi: Sean McDonnell

  • Medverkande:
  • Harry Lansdown
  • Ben Fogle
10:25
Life Below Zero

With a hundred days of no sunlight ahead, the Alaskans need to make sure they have plenty of fuel. Glenn must secure more wood for heat

  • Medverkande:
  • James Franzo
  • Sue Aikens
  • Andy Bassich
  • Kate Rorke-Bassich
  • Tim Pastore
  • Elli Hakami
11:10
The World's Deadliest Weather

Heat wave Lucifer burns though Europe, triggering some of the worst wildfires in Portugal's history. A Mojave mudslide traps motorists in a raging torrent of sludge, North Carolina holidaymakers flee a waterspout, and extraordinary Australian floods

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
12:00
Supermarket Secrets

Gregg Wallace and journalist Babita Sharma look at one of the biggest battlegrounds: health. Gregg discovers the exotic ingredient being used to produce a healthier burger and Babita finds out how people are manipulated by food health labels

  • Medverkande:
  • Eileen Inkson
  • Paul Overton
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Babita Sharma
12:55
The Last Battle of the Vikings

Marine archeologist Dr Jon Henderson tells the incredible story of the Norsemen in Scotland. Visiting fascinating archeological sites across Scotland and Norway, he reveals that, although the battle at Largs marked the end of an era for the Norsemen, their presence continued to shape the identity and culture of the Scottish nation to the present day

Regi: Bill MacLeod

  • Medverkande:
  • David Caldwell
  • Jon Henderson
  • Neil McDonald
13:50
Horizon

`MasterChef' judge Gregg Wallace and mathematician Dr Hannah Fry take over a restaurant and invite five special guests to enjoy a dinner party with a difference, where they will be scored on the carbon footprint of every dish they choose. Food accounts for a third of all greenhouse gas emissions, so making informed choices about what to eat is more important than ever

  • Medverkande:
  • Paul Overton
  • Hannah Fry
  • Gregg Wallace
14:40
Earth's Natural Wonders

In some natural wonders people push themselves to the limit to survive. For the people who call these extraordinary places home, survival requires skill, ingenuity and bravery. These places include Brazil, Ethiopia, Laos and Switzerland

Regi: Russell Leven

  • Medverkande:
  • Jobim Sampson
  • Jane Aldous
15:30
Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

In the mountains of northern Ethiopia, Ben meets native Glaswegian Susan, who rejected an ordinary retirement for a remote region of Africa. Susan has had a huge impact on the local community, and now runs a restaurant on top of a mountain

Regi: Sean McDonnell

  • Medverkande:
  • Harry Lansdown
  • Ben Fogle
16:20
Life Below Zero

With a hundred days of no sunlight ahead, the Alaskans need to make sure they have plenty of fuel. Glenn must secure more wood for heat

  • Medverkande:
  • James Franzo
  • Sue Aikens
  • Andy Bassich
  • Kate Rorke-Bassich
  • Tim Pastore
  • Elli Hakami
17:05
The World's Deadliest Weather

Heat wave Lucifer burns though Europe, triggering some of the worst wildfires in Portugal's history. A Mojave mudslide traps motorists in a raging torrent of sludge, North Carolina holidaymakers flee a waterspout, and extraordinary Australian floods

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
17:55
Earth's Natural Wonders

In some natural wonders people push themselves to the limit to survive. For the people who call these extraordinary places home, survival requires skill, ingenuity and bravery. These places include Brazil, Ethiopia, Laos and Switzerland

Regi: Russell Leven

  • Medverkande:
  • Jobim Sampson
  • Jane Aldous
18:45
Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

In the mountains of northern Ethiopia, Ben meets native Glaswegian Susan, who rejected an ordinary retirement for a remote region of Africa. Susan has had a huge impact on the local community, and now runs a restaurant on top of a mountain

Regi: Sean McDonnell

  • Medverkande:
  • Harry Lansdown
  • Ben Fogle
19:30
Horizon

`MasterChef' judge Gregg Wallace and mathematician Dr Hannah Fry take over a restaurant and invite five special guests to enjoy a dinner party with a difference, where they will be scored on the carbon footprint of every dish they choose. Food accounts for a third of all greenhouse gas emissions, so making informed choices about what to eat is more important than ever

  • Medverkande:
  • Paul Overton
  • Hannah Fry
  • Gregg Wallace
20:25
Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

In the mountains of northern Ethiopia, Ben meets native Glaswegian Susan, who rejected an ordinary retirement for a remote region of Africa. Susan has had a huge impact on the local community, and now runs a restaurant on top of a mountain

Regi: Sean McDonnell

  • Medverkande:
  • Harry Lansdown
  • Ben Fogle
21:10
The Age of Nature

A new awareness of nature helps to restore ecosystems from Panama to Mozambique; repairing man-made damage and restoring reefs, rivers and animal populations

22:00
Inside the Factory

Gregg Wallace explores the Nottinghamshire factory that makes 250,000 jars of curry sauce each day. Meanwhile Cherry Healey is in Guntur, the chilli capital of India, where they sell 3,500 tonnes of chilli each day. Historian Ruth Goodman finds that the passion for curry is around 370 years older than the supposed invention of tikka masala in a Glaswegian restaurant in the 1970s

  • Medverkande:
  • Phillip Smith
  • Jon Alwen
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Cherry Healey
22:55
Mindful Escapes: Breathe, Release, Restore

The natural world offers a constant source of calm and comfort. How do images of hypnotic starling murmurations or macaques relaxing in hot springs in Japan encourage us to slow down? How can we experience more being and less doing?

  • Medverkande:
  • Andy Puddicombe
23:25
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

Some animals appear to have stretched their natural gifts to the limits. Sir David Attenborough looks at the giraffe, who must reach the tallest branches to find food, and the chameleon, who must use their camouflage to hide from predators

  • Medverkande:
  • Sir David Attenborough
23:45
The World's Deadliest Weather

Heat wave Lucifer burns though Europe, triggering some of the worst wildfires in Portugal's history. A Mojave mudslide traps motorists in a raging torrent of sludge, North Carolina holidaymakers flee a waterspout, and extraordinary Australian floods

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
00:35
Supermarket Secrets

Gregg Wallace and journalist Babita Sharma look at one of the biggest battlegrounds: health. Gregg discovers the exotic ingredient being used to produce a healthier burger and Babita finds out how people are manipulated by food health labels

  • Medverkande:
  • Eileen Inkson
  • Paul Overton
  • Gregg Wallace
  • Babita Sharma
01:30
The Last Battle of the Vikings

Marine archeologist Dr Jon Henderson tells the incredible story of the Norsemen in Scotland. Visiting fascinating archeological sites across Scotland and Norway, he reveals that, although the battle at Largs marked the end of an era for the Norsemen, their presence continued to shape the identity and culture of the Scottish nation to the present day

Regi: Bill MacLeod

  • Medverkande:
  • David Caldwell
  • Jon Henderson
  • Neil McDonald
02:20
The World's Deadliest Weather

Heat wave Lucifer burns though Europe, triggering some of the worst wildfires in Portugal's history. A Mojave mudslide traps motorists in a raging torrent of sludge, North Carolina holidaymakers flee a waterspout, and extraordinary Australian floods

Regi: Edmond Buckley

  • Medverkande:
  • Ed Kellie
  • David Notman-Watt
03:10
Earth's Natural Wonders

In some natural wonders people push themselves to the limit to survive. For the people who call these extraordinary places home, survival requires skill, ingenuity and bravery. These places include Brazil, Ethiopia, Laos and Switzerland

Regi: Russell Leven

  • Medverkande:
  • Jobim Sampson
  • Jane Aldous
04:05
Where the Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle

In the mountains of northern Ethiopia, Ben meets native Glaswegian Susan, who rejected an ordinary retirement for a remote region of Africa. Susan has had a huge impact on the local community, and now runs a restaurant on top of a mountain

Regi: Sean McDonnell

  • Medverkande:
  • Harry Lansdown
  • Ben Fogle